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Full text of "Langley's San Francisco directory for the year commencing .."


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San Francisco Directory 


1893 





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in 2010 with funding from 

San Francisco Public Library 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SWICE-EiLEE-COLi: 



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Manufacturers in the wOTid-Seisi^**'^ 



BILLIARD AND POOL 

— it^^:bi_.:bsi— 

Importers and Makers of Everything Connected with the Trade. 
Dealers, Wholesale and Retail, in 

CLOTH, BALLS, CUES, CUE TIPS, CHALK, ETC. 

Owners of Every Important Patent and Modern Improvement in the Construction of 
BILLIARD and POOL TABLES. 

THE QUICK MONARCH AND ALL OTHER BILLIARD CUSHIONS, 

Which are recognized by Professionals in this Country and in Europe as the 
STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. 



WE AKE ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF 



SALOON, BANK AND OFFICE FIXTURES, 



Office and Salesroom: 



653 and 655 MARKET STEEET, 



SAN PEANCISCO, CAL., U. S. A. 



SAX FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Pacific Rolling Mill Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



CAST STEEL CASTINGS 



-AND- 



UP TO 20,000 POUNDS WEIGHT, 

True to Pattern and Superior in Strengtii. Toughness and Durability to 
Cast or Wrought Iron In any position or for any service. 



Gearings, Shoes, Dies, Cams, Tappets, Piston-Heads, 

Railroad and Machinery Castings 

of every description. 

AL. S O 

HOMOGENEOUS STEEL, 

Superior to Iron for Locomotive, Mining and Marine Forglngs. 



Also Steel Eods from J to 3 inch diameter and flats from 1 to 8 

inch Angles, Tees, Channels and other Shapes; Steel Wagon, 

Buggj and Truck Tires, Plow Steel Stamp, fetems, Cam. 

Shafts, Piston Bods, Machinery and Special 

Shape Steel to Size and Lengths. 



STEEL RAILS from 13 to 45 pounds per yard. 



IRON and STEEL BRIDGE, ROOF and RAILROAD CAR WORK a specialty. 

HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOU SCRAP STEEL. 

e^ ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 

OFFICE, 200 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO- 



MANUFACTURING AND ilACHIXERY. 




625-631 Sixth Street, 149-169 Bliixome Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., 



maxt:fact"cbee of 



ITENGINES AND BOILERS 



Jackson rvnfrifneal Pump, wilh 
Vertical Shaft. 



COMPOUND ENGINES 

COMPLETE 

POWER AND PUMPING 

PLANTS. 

SS'" Send for Catalogue. 




Jackson Harvestins.Machinerr. 



NOVELTY FOUNDRY 

. &EQ^ M^ MIMMM9 'pMQpmiMTom^ 

MANDFACTUEER OF ALL KINDS OF 

FINE CASTINGS, 



-A. S3I*ECIua.3L.T"S' OS* 



Fine Architectural Work and Semi-Steel Castings, 
Castings and Machine Work for Brewers. 



DEPOT FOR MIXER'S PATENT BUNGS. 

Broken Castings and Machinery Repaired. 

119 MAIN STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



lllftF 




Engineering and Siiip Building Works 

SUCCESSORS TO 

FULTON IRON WORKS (Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes) F. A. HUNTINGTON, 

himm, Macliiiiists ad Iron Fouiilers 



OFFICE AND 

BRANCH AVORKS 



213 FIE8T STREET 



MAIN AVORKS : 
HARBOR VIEW, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Stamp Mills, Amalgamating Pans, Settlers, Furnaces^ Retorts, 
Rock Breakers, Concentrators, Ore Feeders. 



Stalioaary EDgiies, eitler Plain Slide Valve, Corliss or Meyers' Cat-Off. 



Marine Engines, either High Pressure, Compound, Triple or Quadruple 

Expansion. 



Hoisting forts, Ore Biictets, Water Biicliets. Cages, Mining Cars. 
Christie's Friction Pulleys and Clutches. 

AGENTS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST FOR 

THE DEAXE STEA3I PUMP, THE W. C. LEFFEL C(K'S WATER WHEELS AND 

ENGINES, THE AKMIKGTON & SIMS ENGINE CO.'S 

HIGH-SPEED ENGINES. 



MANUFACTURERS AND BUILDERS OF 

The De L.a Vergne Refiigeratiujf Co. 's Refriger-itiiior and Ice M.acliinerj^ The New 

York Filter Co.'s Filters for Dwelliiifjs, Offices and Water Works, The 

Frue Ore Concentrator, Tustin Pulverizer, lae^vellyn Feed 

AVater Heater andPiirilier, Hiinting'ton Roller 

3Iill and Hunting'ton Rock Crusher. 



MANUFACTURING AND MACHINEEY. 



W. T. GARRATT & CO. 

BEASS AND MACHINE WORKS, 



MANDFACTUEERS OF 



THE HOOKER STEAM PUMP 

AND 

THE HALL DUPLEX STEAM PUMP 



FOR AL.1. USES. 




Tlis Sickls Triple Flimger Funipfor Elsctric Motors, 

BRASS WORK FOR STEAM, GAS AND WATER, 

BELLS, 

Water Gates, Fire Hydrants, Iron Pipe, Etc. Engineers' Supplies. 
Ship and Steamboat Work. 



Cor, Fremont and Natoma Streets and) 
Cor. Fiftli and Brannan Streets, j 



SAN FEANCISCO DIIIECTORY. 



Est!ibllsli«a 1S52. 



Incorporated 1883. 



CALIFORNIA WIRE WORKS 



City Oie, 9 Freiiiit Street. 



Olce of Worls, 332 Bay Street. 



SAN F U A N C I S C O, C A L.. 




MANUFACTUBEES OF 

WIRE of all Kinds. 

BARBED WIRE— Regularly L.icensed. 

PACIFIC WIRE NAIES, Best Steel. 

WIRE ROPE. Flat and Round. 

WIRE NETTING, Galvanized After IVIade. 
WIRE CEOTH, Steel, Iron and Brass. 

Agents for the HALLIDIE WIRE ROPEWAY for ther Economical 

Transportation of Ore and Other Material Over 

Mountainous and Difficult Roads. 



SEiTID IPOK, ZDESOiellPTI^^E O^^TJLXjOG-TJE. 



Oar 'Wire Mills have a capacity of 10,000 tons of Wire, and as we draw our own Wire from the 
best Steel Wire Rods we guarantee quality. 

Onr Barbed Fence Works are fully equipped to meet the demands on this Coast, and we usually 
keep a stock of 10,000 Spools on band. Trade Mark, "Pacific." 

Our Nail Works have the latest improved nail machines and we turn out 300 kegs daily. Trade 
Mark, '•Pacific." 

The Wire Rope Factory comprines the latest improved machinery, and we can refer to the various 
Cable Railways and Mining Companies as to the quality of our rope. 

Our Works cover 2'4 acres closely built over and are complete in every respect 

We solicit your orders, Avhicli ^vill receive prompt and careful attention. 



MANUFACTURING AND MACHINERY, 



C. H. EVANS. 



TELEPHONE 1442. 



JOHTVr THOMPSON. 



C. H. EVANS & CO., 



(Successors to Thomson Si Evans 



MACHINE yirORKS 

AND ALL KINDS OP MAOHINERT, 

Ship and Steamboat Work, Etc. 

SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 

Thomson & Evans' Patent Crank and Fly "Wheel 
Steanx Pnmps, the hest for all purposes. 




DEEP WELL PUMPS, WINDMILL PUMPS. IRRIGATING PUMPS, 



Compound Pumps for City Water Works, Etc. 

PIPE CUTTING AND THREADING. -s- REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

110 and 112 Beale Street, San Francisco. 



VICTOR ETIENNE & CO. 

[ (Successors to M. Hainque) 

115-117 BEALE STREET, -:- SAN FRANCISCO, 

Manufacture and Repair 

All Kinds of Machinery. 

Improved Cooper Flaring and Brewery Machinery, 

Drying' Rooms for Laundries and Tanneries. 



SOLE MANUFACTDRER3 OF THE 
ALSO OF THE 



■^ _„ ^ ^^ . 



M. Dillenburg Ice and Refrigerating Machine 
and Patent Ammonia Fittings. 



10 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

E. E. EYRE, President. JA9. H. GBAHAM.Vlce-PreBldent and Manager. G. M. PINCKARD, Secretary. 

VULCAN IRON WORKS, 

135 to 145 FREMONT STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, 

[ESTABLISHED 1851.] 

" A'hIc.tii " naiitl Mills, Gaiiy-Edjjerg, Head Blocks, etc., etc., 

stamp Batteries, Pans, Settlers, etc., Roastin/^ Fnriiaces, Rock 
Breakers, Piilveriiers and Concentrators, 

REFRIGERATING AND ICE MACHINERV, 

•'Vulcan" Ice Macliine, from 1 to 100 Tons Capacity, for Cold Storag^e 
of all kinds, Hotels, Bie^veries, etc. 

Corliss Steam Euiiues, Meyer Cnt-off Steam Engines, Plain Side Valye Steam Eii£ines, 

Special M.tcliinery and Castino:8 of all Kinds to Order. Shaftinjv PuUies, 
Hang:ers and Boxes, etc. Also general REPAIR WORK.' 

Architectural Iron Work— Columns, Pilasters, Lintels, etc. 

Ship AVork— Gipsies, Chocks, Hawse Pipes, etc. 

Ornamental Iron W^ork, Stable Furnitare, Fountains, Flo-wer 
Vases, Garden Rollers, etc., etc. 

AERIAL WIRE ROPEWAYS 

For Cheap Transportation of Ore, Coal, etc. 

EttiE ill niiiif 

C, A. NOLTE, Proprietor, 



MANUFACTDBER OF 






CASTINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

Fine Castings a Specialty. 

ALL WORE EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, 

133 and 135 BEALE STEEET, 



MANUFACTUKING AND MACHINEEY. 



11 



JUDSON MANUFACTURING CO. 

BAR IRON AND STEEL, 

Machine and Bridge Bolts, Eailroad and Ship Spikes, Furnish Material 

for Construction of Cable and Horse Car Eoads, Bridges 

and all kinds of Structural Work. 

TI18 Mamifacturs of Irii;6 Material a Specialty. 

<DOXjT:> H.OT iT riE!X> SH-A.3E"'37I2XrC3r. 

All kinds of Tacks and Small Nails. Our Judson 3d Fine Lath Nails 

are used extensively on all parts of this Coast and are 

considered the best Lath Nail made. 

MILLING SHAFTING WILL NOT WARP WHEN KEYSEATED. 

Factories, Emery Station, Oakland, Cal. 

Office and Salesroom, Nos. 14 and 16 FREMONT STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Ih. Pholp! )kMmi tajany 

MANUFACTURE 

HEAVY FORCINGS, 

Including Shafting, Cranks, Pistons, Connecting Rods, Axles, Etc., Etc., 
Railroad Car and Bridge Work. 



CABLE ROAD WORK A SPECIALTY. 



Sole Manufacturers of W. S. Plielps' Patent Turntable and jSwitcU Point for Cable 

Roads, Makers of Cable Road Grips, Yokes, Ci-ossings. Curves, Turntables, 

Switclies and Depression Pulleys, Macliiue Bolts, Wasliers, Wuts, etc. 



Office, 17 DRUMM ST. -:- Works, BLACK POINT. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



12 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

o\v iS'team Fump Woi*l^ 



MANl/FACTURERS OF 



Dows Patent Steam Pumps 



-AND- 



PUMPING ENGINES 

For Every Possible Duty. -:- Adopted on U. S. Government Vessels. 



SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



Office and Works, 114-116 BEALE STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Main Street Iron Works 

MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES. 






JOBBING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 



@^. %M% WM ^at ISi M^i® itie^t! 



MANUFACTURING AND MACHINERY. 



13 



WESTERN > FOUND 

MORTON 8t HEDLEY, Proprietors, 



234 FREMONT STREET, 

Between Howard and Folsom Streets, 

BAW wmAmmm©Q). 



Castings of Every Description 



DVHJ^IDIE] TO OS,X)DEI2/- 



T li E 



CiLIFORIIA PERFORiTIi SCREEI CO. 



iiiiT 




MILL 



PERFORATED SHEET IVIETALS OF ALL KINDS 

For Mining and Milling Machinery and other uses. 

ALSO PIANO STRING- MANUFACTURERS, 

£4^ aM^MM STBMMT^ ' 



THIRD FLOOR. 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



L4 



S.IN FRANCISCO DIKECTOIIY. 




Eebulit since tie Fire will New lacMnery and Facilities. 



ADAM SCHILLING & SONS, 

211-213 MAIN ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



MACIIIISTS m EieilEEES. 



MANUFACTURERS OF THE 



GOLDEN GATE GAS ENGINE 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MACHINERY 



THE3 



®altl@ffala ^®@1 W@w. 



(ESTABLISHED 1862) 



ICflllE lEES, ELiCESMITH MU, 

J. WEICHHAKT, Proprietor, 

143 to 147 Beale Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



steel, Iron and Brass Work, 

Tools and Machinery for Every Trade, 

Repairing in All Its Branches. 



MANUFACTURING AND MACHINERY. 



15 



I. Im. ^OL'ERR'EImIm, 

AGENT FOR MAGNESIA SECTIONAL COVERING 





MANUFACTUKER OF 



DTILIZED ISBBSTOS f IRE-BODND BOILER COVERING 



WIRE BOUND 




And Soapstone Mastic Koofing and Paint, also 
Boiler-Oleaning Compound. 



B^" Asbestos Roofing done to order. Manufacturer of 
Asbestos Roof and Smoke Stack and Boiler Paint, to keep 
tin and iron from rusting. 



BOILER XOyEElRCL 



REFERENCES— S. P. Co. and J. D. Spreckels & Bros. Co. 
AGENT FOR 



Reed's, Laing's, Chalmers-Spence Company's, Carey's and Mineral 

Fibre Pipe Coverings. 



ALSO 



Asbestos Materials, Mineral Wool for Fife-Proofing Buildings and 
Deadening Purposes— Proof Against Rats, Mice and Insects. 

Office and Factory, 739 Braniian Street, bet. 6th and 7th. 

^Bx'a'ZXOli., I'Z-XO JS-f^e^-i- JStroet. 



iiiTi iEi 



F 



CREWE &, ALLAN. 

PROPRIETORS. 



Ai'ttB m 



r 



hm& 



CASTINGS OF ALL. DESCRIPTIONS, 
FINF CASTINGS A SPECIALTY. 



All Work Executed Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



§S§§ mMB f #, 

Bet. Bay and North Point, 



SAST FRANCISCO, CAIi. 



IG 



SAN FUANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



A. J. VAN DRAKE, 

Machinist and Mechanical Engineer, 

203 FREMONT STREET. 



SPUR AND BEVEL GEARS 

OUT TO OI^lD:EI^. 



ILL KINDS OF [)(P[RIM[NTftLMACIIN[By^ 

And Patent Models. *^ . 



Shaftings, Pulleys and Boxes, Engines p, 
and Boilers. ^ 

SHARPIES IMPROVED CREAM SEPARATOR. 



Pacific Coast Agent, A. J, Van Drake, 303 
Fremont Street, San Francisco. 




P. X. OXiSRO, 




10 Mi 




r 



LAUNDRY MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. 

Haviug been established since 18G1, 1 refer toall leading Laundries of California. 

Manufacturer F. Garcin's Xiifting Jacks. 



219-221 MAIN STREET, 



Bet. Howard and Folsoni, 



SAIV FRANCISCO, CAL. 



I^DB:FEI^3I!3:^^OES 



San Franciaco Laundry, I^a Grande Laundry, Occidental Laundrj', 

Contra Costa Laundry, Anierica (of Sacramento), United States Laundry. 

AND MANY OTHERS. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



17 



DIRECTORS— A, L. TUBBS. President. HIRAM TUBBS, Vice-President. ALFRED S. TUBBS, Treasurer. AUSTIN 
C. TUBBS. HERMAN A. TUBBS. CHARLES W. KELLOGG. Secretary. 

TUBBS CORDAGE CO., 



fFoundea in 1856. Incorporated April, 1889.) 
MANUFACTURERS OF AliL SIZES OF 



Manila and Sisal Rope, Binder Twine, Drilling Cables, 

TS^H^LE LINE. 
611-613 Front Street, - - SAN FRAIVCISCO. 




JOHN GALLON'S 

I2II-I2I5 Howard Street, Bet. 8th and Sth. 

Pacific Glass Cuttiog, Stainiog, Embossing, and Desipiog Works, ; 

19 FREMONT STKEET. 



a 



INDESTRUCTJBLE 

BEHTSTEELPUR. 

HF&. CO. 




ARTIFICERS IN ALL CLASSES OF 

EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR 

ORNAMBNTAIi 

ARCHITECTURAL WORK 



Folisbingf and Electroplating in 

BRONZE, COPPER, BRASS AND SILVER, 

Designs and Estimates Farnlsbed on Application. 

114 FIRST STREET, SAX FRAXCISCO. 



18 



SAN FBANCISGO DIRECTORY. 



SIMPSON & MILLAR 

(Successors to C. V. Gillespie) 

SEARCHERS OF 
RECORDS 



-AND- 



CONVEYANCERS. 



Titles Examined and Abstracts Furnished to Lands in any 

County in the State. 




SAN FRANCISCO. 



Branch Office : 
N.W. Cor. McAllister and Larkin, 



CALIFORNIA HORSE SHOE CO. 





OFFICE : 

200 MARKET STREET. 



WORKS: 

POTRERO, SAN FRANCISCO. 



A Full Line of Liglit, Medium and Heavy Shoes always on hand and Guaranteed in 
(Quality of Iron and Finish. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



19 



THOMAS WYATT, 

STAIR BUILDER, 

Stair Rails, Balusters and Posts Furnished to Order. 

Alili ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

512 Fifth St., near Bryant, SAN FRANCISCO. 




A. I. SANBORN, 

m IB 





MECHANICS MILL^ 

Cor. Mission and Fremont Sts„ - San Francisco. 

All kinds of Plain and Fancy Turning, Circular, 
Band and S$croll Sawing. Orders from tlie Country 
for stair material promptly attended to. 



HEITBX VA9ri>£KBUK«H. DATID liEWIS. j 



YANDENBDEGH & LEWIS, 

Tili iilLiEi 

570-572 Brannan Street. 



Posts, Kails,. Balusters, Etc., Constantly on Sand 
and Slade to Order. 




OAirsi®^ I 



Have nothing to do Mvith canvassers claiming to rep* 
resent this Directory, unless provided with the REGULAR 
PRINTED BLANKS hearing the imprint of 

LANGLEY'S SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



518 CliAY STREET. 



20 



SAN FEANCISCO DIRECTOBY. 



BE IIEEM it! 



GUARANTEED TO WASH WITHOUT RUBBING. 




Has extraonliuary merits, aud is iu good repute with the public, and that is why it is so 
exteusively imitated and counterfeited. 

These counterfeits resemble the Queen Lily Soap in appearance and style of packing 
only. They lack the purity aud general excellence of the genuine. 

This notice is necessary, as vilely injurious and dangerous imitations, liable to produce 
chronic inflammation of the skin, are often substituted for the Queen Lily, because they 
pay a larger profit. 

The price of the Queen Lily is as low as consistent 
with the cost of making such a high grade of pure 
soap. The price, compared to the quantity and the 
size of the cakes, makes it the cheapest soap for every- 
body and for every want. Consumers have simply to 
insist upon having the Queen Lily, remembering that 
if any substitute is offered it is for the advantage of 
the seller. 

The Queen Lily is the finest soap known for laundry 
and general household use. It is made of vegetable 
oils, and everything used iu its manufacture is the 
purest and best, so it is absolutely pure. 

Ladies will find this soap especially adapted for 
washing laces, infants' clothing, silk hose, cleaning 
gloves and all articles of fine texture and delicate 
color, and for the various uses about the house that 
daily arise requiring the use of soap that is above the 
ordinary in quality. For the bath, toilet or nursery it is preferred to most of the soap sold 
for toilet use, being purer and much more pleasant and effective, and possessing all the de- 
sirable qualities of the finest unadulterated White Castile Soap. Eespectfully, 

FISCHBECK & CLOOTZ, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of Toilet and Laundry Soaps. 

OFFICE, SOU SACRAMENTO STREET, 

Factory, Corner Sixteenth and Utah Streets, - - SAN FRANCISCO 

The name "QVEEST I,II,V " registered as a trade-mark, and box label patented. Any Infringement 
will be |>rosccutcd. 

jfotT For sale by all grocers on the Pacific Coast. 




WELCH & CO., 

. rDETEBS,MiiiICOMMISllimmTS, 

220 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

Agents Moodyville Sawmill Company (Limited) Burrard Inlet, British Columbia. 



I>. WRI.CH * CO., 
r. KITIIKT * «"0., 



REPRESE]¥TED BY 



Tower ChamberM, I<iTernooI, England 
Victoria, Brliisli Columbin 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



21 



GEO. W. KNEASS, 




XT XIE-j !I3±Li.trC9 
No. 718 Third Street, 

Corner off Kins> S. F. 

YASD, Cor, Illinois and Solano Sts.* 

POTRERO. 

Metallc, Surf and Life Boats Built to 
Order and on hand. Whale Boats Built to 
Order and on tiand. Boats Built to Order 
and Constantly on hand. Wooden Boats of 
Every Description. Repairing and all orders 
promptly attended to. Otter and Sealing 
Boats for Sale. 



JOHN H. BXJKlSrS, 




STEAM LAUNCHES 



Boats Of Every DescriDtioa 



A Specialty. 

Orders Taken at Workshop. 



Built to Order 

AND 

ronstantly on Hand. 



Stanford St., near Second and Townsend, San Francisco. 

Whale Boats, Metallic Sarf and Iiife Boats Built to Order. All Orders Promptly 

Attended To. 



SAMUEL THORNTON 




(Successor to T. COLLINS.) 

BOAT BUILDER, 

And Boats of Every 
Description 

Bailt to Order and Con- 
stantly on hand. 

North Side of Berry Street, between Third and Fourth, San Francisco. 

REPAIRING DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

JOHN TWIGG & SONS, 

BOAT BUILDERS— 

King Street, Corner of Third. 

'~^^^~^P^^'^&^'''^,^M^m Boats of all Descriptions Made to Order 



, ^.1t'"rk;£W.4.- 




Steam liaunches. Surf, Iiife, 

Gig's, Whitehalls and 

Sealing Boats a Specialty. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 



BUILDERS OF THE PACIFIC GAS LAUNCH. 



22 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



HENRY LUND & CO. 

iFOEm,SlFliimCDMl!milTS 



-A.C3n:KrTJs DB'on 



RELIANCE MARINE INSURANCE CO. LIMITED 



oiB^ XiIVEI^:poo3l.. 



EOM SWEDI SH Al NOBWA N CONSULATE. 

214 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Eepresenteil liy f . C. KIRSCHSTEIN; 1. 28 Chapel Street, LlTerpooI, 



DICKSON, DE WOLF & CO., 

Commission Merchants, 

9 

326 Clay Street, San Francisco. 



SOL.B AGENTS OF THE CELEBRATED 

H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S 

FINE OLD WHISKIES, 

IN WOOD--" Monogram," "Old Stock," "AAA," "Cranston Cabinet," 

"Century." 

TS GLASS— In Cases of I doz. quart bottles eacb---" Brunswick Club," 
pure Old Eye, " Three leathers," and " Upper Ten," very old and choice. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



23 





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MANUFACTURER OP THE 

Popular G-olden Gate, Supreme, Pioneer of '49, Ocean Spray, Ell Merito, 

Triumph, Bl Dorado, Monterey, America, Africa, Alcazar, 

Daisy, Teutonic, Favorite, Cliflf Stream No. 1, No. 3, 

No. 3, Plain and Embossed and Syphon Jet 



LOSIETS 




24 



SAN FBANCISCO DIEECTOEY. 



C. F. MONTEALEGRE. 



F. G. MONTEALEGEE. 



M. T. MOKTEALEGRE. 



MONTEALEGRE & CO., 



-AND- 



® ® 



lilBlii 




ifiliits. 



230 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



lAM isAir©ra©@. 



WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO., 

ShiFpinS and Wssion Merckts 

Union Block, Cor. Pine and Market Sts., 

—AGENTS FOR— 

The Cnnard Royal mail Steamsbip Co., 

The California liine of Packets from New York, 

The Hawaiian liine of Packets to and from Honolulu, 
The China Traders Insurance Co. (liimited;, 
Baldwin liOcomotiTe Works, 

A. Whitney & Sons' Car Wheels, 

YiTian & Sons' Yellow ^etal Sheathing, 
Steel Rails and Track Material, 

Hartmann's Rahtjen's Composition. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



25 




ical Dopartment Ilniifsrsily of CaUa 



rr OIL j^jsT ID Hu^IjIl,, 
STOCKTON STREET, BELOW CHESTJ^UT. 

sj^nsr iFiRj^isr CISCO. 



FACULTY. 

MARTIN KELLOGG, A. M., President of the Uni- 

veibity. 
G. A. SHURTLEFF, M. D., Emeritus Professor of 

Mental Diseases and Medical Jurisprudence. 
R. BEVERLY COLE, A.M., M.D., M. R. C. S., Eng. 

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
W. F. McNUTT, M.D., M. R. C. P. Edin., etc.. Pro- 
fessor of Principles and Practice of Medicine. 
ROBERT A. MoLEAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical 

and Operative Surgery, Dean. 
W. E. TAYLOR, M. D., Professor of Principles and 

Practice of Surgery. 
A. L. LENGFELD, M. D.. Professor of Materia Med- 

ica and Medical Chemistry. 
BENJAMIN R. SWAN, M.D., Professor of Diseases 

of Children. 
GEORGE H. POWERS, A. M., M. D., Professor of 

Ophthalmology and Otology. 
WM, WATT KERR, A.M., M.D., CM.. Professor of 

Clinical Medicine. 
DOUGLAS W. MONTGOMERY, M. D., Professor of 

Pathology and Microscopy. 
ARNOLD A. D'ANCONA, A. B., M. D., Professor of 

Physiology. 
WASHINGTON DODGE, M. D., Professor of Thera- 
peutics 
JOHN M.WILLIAMSON, M.D., Professor of Anatomv. 
JOHN W. ROBERTSON, A. B., M. D., Professor of 

Nervous and Mental Diseases. 



GEO. F. SHIELS, M. D., Lecturer on Hygiene. 

C. A.VON HOFFMANN,M. D.,Lecturer on Gynecology. 

W. S .THORN, Lecturer on Surgery. 

The College Year Is divided into two terms; the 
preliminary or spring term and the regular or summer 
term. The preliminary term commences March 1st 
and continues ten weeks, the regular term begins June 
1st and terminates Nov. 30th. During these terms all 
the branches of medicine and surgery are taught, 
didactically and clinically. Regular clinics are held 
three days in the week at the City and County Hos- 
pital, where the Professors of the practical chairs 
have charge of wards, and possess every facility for 
the instruction of students. Lectures are given daily 
by the Professors, and evening recitations are held 
three times a week. 

FGES. 

Matriculation Fee (paid but once) $ 5 

Demonstrator's Ticket 10 

Fee for the First Course of Lectures 130 

Fee for the Second Course of Lectures 130 

(No fee Is required for the Third Course of 
Lectures.) 

Graduating Fee 40 

For further information address the Dean, 

ROBERT A. McLEAN, M. D., 

305 Kearny Street, N. W. cor. Bush, San Francisco 



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KVIINCj lINblllUlc, under the management of the Rev. 
Kdward B. Church and wife, has been well known for many years 
past as a thorough training-school and refined Christian home for 
young ladies. It is situated at the corner of Valencia and Hill 
streets, San Francisco, in a portion of the city highly esteemed 
for its climate and healthfulness. It has always maintained a high 
standard of scholarship, and in consequence has enjoyed a continuous and 
steadily increasing prosperity. While, by means of the Valencia street 
cable -cars, it is within a few^ minutes' ride of the heart of the city, it is 
yet only five minutes' walk to the hills, where the full benefits of the 
country can dail3- be enjoyed. 

The buildings are com:nodious and sunny, and equal in convenience, 
elegance, and comfort to those of any other institution on the Pacific 
Coast. The schoolrooms, reception rooms, music and art rooms are all 
well adapted for their uses, while the Assembly Hall, twenty-eight by 
sixty -three feet in dimensions, gives fine opportunity for indoor exercises, 
gymnastics and dancing, and is well adapted for rhetorical exercises, 
rausicales and lectures. The library is supplied with over one thousand 
choice volumes; and the reading-room, with the leading periodicals, is 
bright and cheery, and opens into the plant conservatory. 

The regular course of study includes all the usual preparatory subjects 
taught according to the most approved methods, with such of the higher or 
collegiate studies as may be necessary for an intelligent understanding of 
the best current literature on philosopical and scientific subjects. The 
modern languages are taught by the natural method, conversationally 
and practically, giving ease and freedom in the use of the foreign tongue. 
The monthly musicales, rhetorical recitals and home receptions enable the 
young ladies to put in practice the systematic instruction given by the lady 
principal in manners and social usages, and to acquire that ease and grace 
of bearing which is so essential to a lady. 

The young ladies, at the request of parents, are taken to concerts 
and lectures, and to hear the most noted singers and actors in opera 
and the standard drama. They also have access to the libraries, cabinets 
and art collections of San Francisco. The Institute has a cabinet of 
minerals and geological specimens, chemical and philosophical apparatus, 
a compound microscope and an astronomical telescope, and photographs 
of the best specimens of FJuropean architecture, sculpture and painting. 
The classes in drawing and painting are conducted on the principles of 
the best European art schools, by teachers thoroughly qualified, and under 
the over sight of the ladj' principal, who spent some time in Europe in 
special study of the fine arts and art methods. 

The discipline of the school, without being harsh or severe, is all that 
the most careful parent could wish. Truthfulness, economy and right 
habits of thought and action are inculcated and encouraged. The pupils 
express their thoughts and wishes freely to principals and teachers, as to 
friends w^ho have their best interest at heart, and response is given ac- 
cordingly. This cordial frankness and mutual sympathy is a marked 
characteristic of the school, and is the surest foundation of a happj- 
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SEVENTEENTH YEaR. 

Kighteen Professors and Teachers. 
Kvery Home Comfort and Care. 

Private Assistance to Rapid and Thorong^h Advancement. 

Full Academic Course. Ancient and IVIodern Languages. 

Vocal and Instrumental Music, Drawing and Painting. 

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Rev. Edward B. Church, A. M., 



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Tins, tile thirty-fourth issue of Langley's San Fbancisco Dibectoby, is 
presented with the hope that it will meet with the same liberal measure of 
approval which has been accorded to its predecessors. There is a difficulty 
in the way of making- an accurate directory of this city, which is mentioned 
here in the hope that when the situation is understood by the powers that be 
they will apply the remedy. The street numbers are badly mixed up. There 
are 372 numbers duplicated, 572 which are assigned to the wrong blocks, in 
some cases a mile from where they should be, and 278 which are assigned to 
the wrong- side of the street, odd numbers on the even side, and vice versa. 
Post street has No. 225 repeated three times, 223 and 235 twice. There are 
two 50 blocks on Oregon street. On Stevenson street, in the 1100 block, 
occur Nos. 2, 50 and 177. On Point Lobos Avenue, in the 1000 block, occur 
Nos. 9, 30 and 4000. On West Mission street, which is only one block long, 
"the numbers jump from 84 to 1652. 

Most of these figures have been obtained from officials of the San Fran- 
cisco Post Office, to whom acknowledgment is made for many favors and much 
valuable assistance. 

It is gratifying to know that many residents of the Mission have taken 
the matter up and petitioned the Board of Supervisors to correct the street 
nuribers in their part of the city. The evil, however, is not confined to the 
Mission. It exists all over the city, and is the cause of a great deal of con- 
fusion to the.pubhc, and is especially troublesome to the Post Office and to 
this Directory. It would seem that the proper municipal authorities should 
direct an official numberer to affix the correct number to every building 
which is now without it. 

The system of numbering the streets is good, but residents do not adhere 
to it, and are not compelled to do so by the officials. 

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212-214 Market Street and 15-17 Pine Street, 

Pacific Coast Agents for 

Moet& Chandon "White Seal" and "Brut Imperial" 

Crosse & Black well's Pickles, Lucca Oil, Fresh Fruit Jams, Etc., 
Colman's London Mustard, Epps' Homoeopathic Cocoa, 

Fry's Cocoas and Chocolate, Cox's Sparkling Gelatine, 
Durkee's Salad Dressing, Pure Spices, Etc. 
Liebig's Extract of Meat, 

Sublime Lucca Oil, in Tins, 

MONOGRAM and OLD SARATOGA WHISKIES, 

Burke's Guinness' Dublin Porter, Bass' Ale, bottled by Burke, 

Burke's Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Old Tom Gin, Jamaica Rum, 

Kenneth Mackenzie & Co.'s Cadiz Sherries and Oporto Ports, 

Day & Martin's Blacking and Russet Cream, 

Chalmers' Transparent Gelatine, 

Houtman's Holland Gin, Fleischmann's Gin, 
Hennessy Brandy bottled by E. & J. Biurke. 

SCHLITZ MILWAUKEE BEER. 

Ross' "Royal" Belfast Ginger Ale, 

Joule's Stone Ale, Bass's Ale and Guinness' Porter in Wood, 
Henk Waukesha Mineral Water, 
Meinhold's Eastern Cider, 

Eschenauer's Clarets and Sautemes, 

Bushell & Co's Irish Whiskies in wood, 
Schwepp's Soda. 

BASS & CO'S ALE AND GUINNESS & CO'S STOUT IN WOOD, 

Curtice Bros. Co., Rochester, N.Y., Preserved P^leats, Vegetables and Fruits 

and "Blue Label" Tomato Ketchup, 

NAPA VALLEY WINE CO'S WINES AND BRANDIES. 

Direct Importers and Handlers of 

Straight Whisky, Brandy, Gin, Port, Sherries, Etc, 

We do not cut, rectify nor coniponn<l. Goods sold from 
U. S. Bonded or Free Warehouses. 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

MISCEIiliANEOUS INFORMATION 45 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 45 

FIRE JfATROL 54 

PaBLIC SCHOOLS 54 

COLLEGES AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS 56 

HOSPITALS 58 

TJ. S. OFFIOEES 59 

STATE OFFICERS 61 

COURTS 62 

BANKS.. 62 

CHURCHES 64 

SOCIETIES 71 

MILITARY 101 



PAGE, 

CEMETERIES ^^ 

STREET GUIDE IM 

KEY TO PUBLIC BUILDINGS, BLOCKS, 
HALLS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, 

WHARVES, PROMINENT PLACES 129 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES, UNITED 
STATES, STATE, CITY AND COUNTY... 131 
ADDITIONAL NAMES. REMOVALS, 

ETC , 132 

ALPHABETICAL. REGISTER OF 

NAMES 161 

BANK AND INSURANCE DEPT 1498 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1529 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



CADEMY OF SCIENCES, CAL 94 

ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, 

ETC 133 

ADVERTISEMENTS, INDEX TO 39 

ALPHABETICAL REGISTER OF NAMES 161 

ALPINE AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB 97 

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR 73 

AMUSEMENT, PLACES OF 1530 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS 73 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS OF AMERICA 74 

ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN 75 

ARIEL ROWING CLUB 97 

ARIONVEREIN 97 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 76 

ASSOCIATED VETERANS OF THE MEXICAN WAR 97 

ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC 94 

AUSTRALIAN CLUB 97 

AUSTRIAN BEN. SOC 76 

AUSTRIAN PROT. ASSN 76 

BANK AND INSURANCE DEPART- 
MENT 1^98 

BANKS 62 

BARBERS' PROT. UNION 91 

BELGIAN MUT, RELIEF SOC 7fi 

BEN. AND PROT. ORDER OF ELKS 76 

BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES 73 

BISHOP ARMITAGE CHURCH ORPHANAGE OF 

CAL : 76 

BLOCKS 1-^0 

BOARD OF TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO 91 

BOHEMIAN CLUB 97 

BOOKBINDERS' PROT. AND BENEFICIAL ASSN. 

OF CAL 91 

BOYS AND GIRLS' AID SOC 76 

BREWERS' PROT. ASSN 91 

BRITISH BEN. SOC. OF CAL 76 

BUILDERS' ASSN. OF CAL 91 

BUILDINGS 129 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1529 

BUTCHERS' (RETAIL) PROT. ASSN 91 

OALEDONIAN CLUB 76 



CAL. ACADEMY OF MEDICINE 77 

CAL. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 9< 

CAL. BIBLE SOC 71 

CAL. ENTOMOLOGICAL SOC ^ 

CAL. HISTORICAL SOC 9* 

CAL. PHARMACEUTICAL SOC. AND COLLEGE 

OF PHARMACY ^ 

CAL. PRISON COMMISSION 77 

CAL. SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ARTS 95 

CAL. SCHUETZEN CLUB 98 

CAL. SCHUETZEN CLUB CADETS 98 

CAL. SOC. FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY 

TO CHILDREN 77 

CAL. SOC. FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF VICE 77 

CAL. STATE DEMOCRATIC CLUB 98 

CAL. STATE DENTAL ASSN 95 

CAL. STATE HOMOEO PATHIC MEDICAL SOC 92 

CAL. STATE HORTICULTURAL SOC 95 

CAL. STATE MINING BUREAU 95 

CAMBRIAN MUT. AID SOC. OF S. F 77 

CEMETERIES • 103 

CERCLE FRANCAIS 98 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 92 

CHEBRA ACHIM RAOHMONIM ASSN 77 

CHEBRA BENAI YISRAEL SOC 77 

CHEBRA BIKUR CHOLIM UKEDISHA SOC 77 

CHEBRA B'RITH SHALOM SOC 77 

CHEBRA OHAVAI SHALOM SOC 77 

CHEBRA OHOBATH ZION SOC 77 

CHURCHES. 64= 

CIGARMAKERS' INTERNATIONAL UNION NO. 

228 92 

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS 45 

CLOVER CLUB 98 

COLLEGES AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.. 56 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' ASSN OF CAL 9 

CONCORDIA CLUB 98 

CONTENTS, INDEX TO 3^ 

CONTENTS, TABLE OF o- 3 

CORINTHIAN YACHT CLUB 98 

COSMOS CLUB _ ~ 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



OOUNClt. OF THE FEDEBATED TRADES OF 
THE PAC COAST 92 



COURTS 

CUSTOM HOUSE „ „~ 

DANISH LADIES' RELIEF SOC. 

DANISH Site. (DANIA) 

DANISH SOC. (NOUDEN*) 

DEUTSCHEIi KRIEGER VEREIN „ 

DEUTS(UIER VEREIN 

DRAYMAN AND TEAMSTERS' UNION OF S. F 

DRY GOODS MEN'S ASSN OF S. F 

EDUCATION BOARD OF 

EUREKA BEN. SOC ^ 

EXEM I'T FIRE CO „ - 

FIRE ALARM AND POLICE TELE- 
GRAPH 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

FIRE PATROL 

FIRE UNDERWRITERS ASSN OF THE PAC 

FIREMEN'S MUT. BEN. ASSN 

FIRST HEBREW BEN. SOC ■ 

FLORENCE CRITTENDEN HOME ASS'N FOR 
ERRING AVOMEN 

FRANKLIN SPAR AND BAU VEREIN 

FREE PUB. LIBRARY, THE 

FRENCH LADIES' BEN. SOC 

FRENCH MUT. BEN. SOC 

GARDENERS' AND RANCHERS' ASSN 

GARIBALDI MUT. BEN. SOC 

GENTLEMEN'S SODALITY OF THE BLESSED 
VIRGIN MARY 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOC. OF THE PAC 

GERMAN BUTCHERS' PROT. ASSN 

GERMAN GENERAL BEN. SOC. OF S. F 

GERMAN LADIES' GENERAL BEN. SOC 

GERMANIACLUB 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC CEMETERY 
ASSN 

HAHNEMANN DISPENSARY _ 

HALLS 

HARMONIE CLUB 

HARVARD CLUB OF S. F 

HASTINGS' DEBATING SOC 

HISTORICAL SOCIETIE.S 

HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM FEMALES 

HOME FOR THE CARE OF INEBRIATES 

HOSPITALS 

HUNGARIAN SOCIAL AND MUT. AID SOC. OF 
THE PAC. COAST 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN'S ENDOW- 
MENT FUND ASSN 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN'S HALL ASSN 

INDEPENDENT 'LONGSHOREMEN'S PROT. 
ASSN 

INDEPENDENT OLD FRIENDS 

INDEPENDENT ORDER RED MEN 

INDEPENDENT ORDER RED MEN'S HALL ASSN. 

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 

EVDEX TO CONTENTS 

INTERNAL REVENUE 

IROQUOIS CLUB ..™..!Z!! 

ITALIAN BERSAGLIERI MUT. BEN. SOS '. 

ITALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE „ 

ITALIAN MUT. AID SOC. OF THE GARIBALDI 
GUARD „ 

ITALIAN MUT. BEN. SOC !!...!"..!!! 

ITALIAN SHARPSHOOTERS ." 

JEWELERS' MUT. AID SOC 

JOURNEYMAN BUTCHERS' PROT. AND BEn! 
ASSN. NO. 1 „ 



PAGE. 

JOURNEYMEN SHIPWRIGHTS' A.SSN 93 

JUAREZ GUARD MUT. AND BEN. SOC »0 

KEY TO BUILDINGS, WHARVES, ETC. 129 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES 131 

City and County. y.ii 

State irji 

U.S i:ii 



KINDERGARTENS 

Golden Gate Assn 

Pioneer Soc „ 

Sliver St. Soc 

KING'S DAUGHTER HOME FOR INCURABLES.. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUREAU OF RELIEF 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS CEMETERY ASSN 

KNIGHTS or PYTHIAS LIBRARY ASSN 

KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE 

KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH 

KONG CHOW BENEFICIAL SOC 

LADIES' OF THE G. A. R 

LADIES' PASTORAL AID SOC. OF TRINITY 

CHURCH 

LADIES' PROT. AND RELIEF SOC 

LADIES' SEAMAN'S FRIEND SOC 

LADIES' SOC. OF ISRAELITES 

LADIES' SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN 

MARY 

LADIES' UNITED HEBREW BEN. SOC 

LICK OLD LADIES' HOME _„ 

LIGUE NATIONALE FRANCAISE „ 

LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, ETC,, SOC 

LITTLE SISTERS' INFANT SHELTER 

LORINGCLUB 

LUMBER SURVEYORS' ASSN 

LUMBERMEN'S PROT. UNION 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM 

MANUFACTURERS' ASSN. OF CAL 

MAP 



, 71 

82 

82 

95 

, 94 

82 

98 

93 

S3 

82 

93 

37 

MARINE ENGINEERS' ASSN. NO. 35 93 

MARINERS' FREE READING ROOM 95 

MASONIC SOC 87 

MASTER MARINERS' BEN. ASSN 82 

MASTER PLUMBERS' ASSN 93 

3IATER MISERICORDIAE 83 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 95 

MEDICAL SOC. OF THE STATE OF CAL 96 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSN 96 

MERCHANTS' CLUB 99 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE ASSN '. 93 

METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY 72 

METHODIST SOCIAL UNION OF S. F 99 

MILITARY 101 

Independent Cos _„ 102 

National Guard of Cal...„_ _ _ 101 

MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S 83 

MILITARY SOC 101 

MILLMEN'S PROT. ASSN 93 

MI.SSION TURN VEREIN 99 

MOUNT ST. JOSEPHS INFANT ASYLUM FOR 

BOYS AND GIRLS 83 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT U 

Board of Education _ 44 

Board of Supervisors 44 

City and County Officers 44 

NATIONAL ASSN. OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS 83 

NATIONAL CLUB , 99 

NATIONAL UNION „ 83 

NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN WEST... 9» 

NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST 99 

NEPTUNE SWIMMING AND BOATING CLUB 100 



INDEX. 



31 



NOKD-DEUTSCHEK VEREIN 

NYATA SOCIAL CLUB. — — 

OCCIDENTAL COUKSING CLUB , 

ODD FELLOWS - - ~ — 

ODD FELLOWS' LITEBART AND SOCIAL CLUB.., 

OLD FRIENDS 

OLD PEOPLES HOME OF S. F — 

OLYMPIC CLUB - -~ 

RDER OF HERMANN'S SONS 83 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS 83 

ORDER OF SCOTTISH CLANS 10'^ 

ORPHAN ASTLUM (ROMAN CATHOLIC) 84 

OUR LADY'S HOME — — ~ 84 

PAU. COAST ASSN. SONS OF VERMONT „.. 100 

PAC. HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM AND HOME 



soc. 



84 



72 
93 
100 
100 
96 
84 
69 
129 

52 

84 
93 
84 
60 
33 



PAC. HOMOEOPATHIC DISPENSARY ASSN 84 

PAC. PRESBYTERIAN UNION 
PAC. STOCK EXCHANGE, 

PAO.-UNION CLUB 

PAC. YACHT CLUB ~- — 

PHILHISTORIAN DEBATING SOC 

PIONEER KINDERGARTEN SOCIETY., 

PIONEERS SOCIETY OF ~ — 

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT 

POIilCE DEPART»rENT 

POLISH SOC. OF CAL ^ 

PORTUGUESE PROT. AND BEN. ASSN 
PORTUGUESE PROT. AND BEN. S00_. 

POST OFFICE 

PREFACE 

PRESBYTERIAN MISSION HOME„ 72 

PRESS CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO - 100 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS 56 

PROMINENT PLACES -~ ™ 130 

PROTECTIYB SOCIETIES 91 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL OLD LADIES' HOME 84 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS » - 129 

PUBLIC SCHOOIiS 54 

REGISTER OF NAJIES, ALPHABETI- 

CAL 161 

RELIGIO US SOCIETIES 71 

RETAIL GROCER'S PROT. UNION 93 

RIGGERS' AND STEVEDORE'S UNION ASSN 93 

ROYAL ARCANUM 84 

SAILORS' WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE 

UNION. 91 

SALARIES. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS 53 

S. F. ART ASSOCIATION. ^... 98 

S. F. BAECKER VEREIN 84 

S.F.BAR ASSOCIATION ..^ 96 

S. F. BEN. ASSN 84 

S. F. BICYCLE CLUB 100 

S. F. BOARD OF PROVISION PACKERS 93 

S. F. CHURCH EXTENSION SOC. OF THE METHO- 
DIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH...., 72 

S. F. CLEARING HOUSE ™ 93 

S. F. COUNTY MEDICAL SOC 93 

S. F. COUNTY SOC. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 96 

S. F. CREMATION G0.„ 96 

S. F. DENTAL ASSN _ 93 

S. F. FRUIT AND FLOWER MISSION 85 

S. F. GIRLS' UNION 85 

S. F. GRUTLI-VEREIN 100 

S. F. HOMOEOPATHIC POLYCLINIC 85 

S. F. LAW LIBRARY ASSN_ ™ 96 

S. F. LETTER CARRIERS' MUT. AID ASSN 85 

S. F. MAENNERCHOR „ ~ — 100 

S. F. MICROSCOPICAL SOC 96 

S. F. MUSICAL FUND SOC 85 

S. F. POLYCLINIC 85 

S. F. PORT son ^ 72 



S. F. PRODUCE EXCHANGE »....».- 93: 

S. F. PRODUCE EXCHANGE CALL BOARD ASSN_,; sa 

S. F, PRODUCE EXCHANGE MUT. BEN. ASSN 83, 

S. F. PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM SOC 85 

S. F. RETAIL DRUGGISTS' ASSN „ 93 

S. F. SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB .-— . 100 

S. F. SHIP CALKERS' ASSN _».—». 9a 

S. F. SOC. FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY 

TO ANIMALS ~ -~~. 85 

S. F. STOCK AND EXCHANGE BOARD 93 

S. F. TURN VEREIN ~~ lOO 

S, F. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 21 9a 

S. F, VEREIN ~ ~.-... 101 

S. F. YACHT CLUB „ „~ ~ 101 

SCANDINAVIAN SOC 85 

SCAVENGERS' PROT. UNION 93 

SCHULTZ JR. ZITHER CLUB ™ 101 

SERVIAN-MONTENEGRIAN BEN. SOC 85 

SEVENTH REGIMENT VETERANS OF THE PAC. 101 
SHIP AND STEAMBOAT JOINERS' PROT. ASSN... 93 

SLAVONIC-ILL YRIC MUT. BEN. ASSN 85 

SOCIAL CLUBS 9^ 

SOCIETIES 71 

Benevolent....™.....™_.._~....~-~ • 73 

Literary; Scientific, etc.™.^ ~~~ 94 

Odd FeUows ~— ~~- — 8a 

Protective - __.—...»»»..... 91 

Temperance - ~.~~~...« - 9G. 

SOCIETY FOR CHRISTIAN WORK ...„ -. 72 

SOCIETY OF CAL. PIONEERS 86. 

SOCIETY OF CAL. VOLUNTEERS 101 

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL ™ 85 

SOCIETY OF TRUE FRIENDS - 101 

SONS OF JACOB 85 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION..- 73 

SONS OF VETERANS — ~ 79 

SPANISH MUT. BEN. SOC — 85, 

SPORTSMAN'S CLUB OF CAL 93 

ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY „ 85 

ST. JOSEPH'S BEN. SOC ~. 86 

ST. MARY'S C. T. A. AND B. ASSN 91 

ST. PATRICK'S C. T. A. AND B. SOC 91 

ST. PATRICK'S MUT. ALLIANCE ASSN OF CAL ... 86. 
ST. PAULUS GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BEN. 

SOC 

ST. PETER'S GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BEN. 

SOC 86 

STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE — 96 

STATE BOARD OF VITICULTURE -.... 97" 

STATE FLORAL SOCIETY _ 97 

STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY-SEE MEDICAL 

SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF CAL „ 

STATE OFFICERS 61 

STEAMSHIP SAILORS' PROT. UNION OF THE 

PAC. COAST 9»- 

STEVEDORE ENGINEERS' PROT. ASSN — »» 9& 

STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE — ~. 9& 

STREET GUIDE 104 

SUED DEUTSCHER VEREIN = ,. 86 

SUPERVISORS, BOARD OF 45l 

SWEDENBORG LIBRARY AND TRACT SOC 97 

SWEDISH SOCIETY 86: 

SWISS MUT. BEN, SOC 86 

SWISS RELIEF SOC ~ 86. 

SWISS RIFLE CLUB ~ — 101 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 3S 

TAILORS' PROT. UNION 9a. 

TEACHERS' MUT. AID SOC. OF S. F 86 

TECHNICAL SOCIETY OF THE PAC. COAbT. — St 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. - S'^ 



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TERRITORIAL PIONEERS OF CAL 97 

TEUTONIA SOCIETY .^ „ 86 

TITLE _ „ 31 

T1V0LIMCT.AIDS0C„ - 86 

TURN VERKIN VOBWARTS 101 

UNION PRINTERS' HUT. AID SOO 86 

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER DRUIDS 86 

U. S. ARMY 59 

U. S. MINT „ 61 

U. S. OFFICERS 59 

U. S. SURVEYOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE 61 

U. S. TREASURY 61 

UNIVERSITY CLUB 101 

VEREINEINTRACHT 101 

VETERAN FIREMAN'S ASSN OF CAL 101 

VETERANS' HOME „ 87 



PAOE. 

VETERANS' NATIONAL GUARD OF CAL 103 

VETERANS OF THE CAL. HUNDRED AND BAT- 
TALION 101 

WARD BOUNDARIES 62 



WHARVES „ 

WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS* AID ASSN OF THE 

POLICE DEFT OF S. F 

WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION 

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS __ 

WOMEN'S EDUCATIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL 

UNION „.. 

Y'ALE ALUMNI ASS'N OF CAL „ _» 

YOUNG MEN'S CATHOLIC UNION 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSN _ 

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSN „ 

YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE 

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INDEX TO ADYERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

iEtna Insurance Co 1312 

Alexander Leo E. &Bro 950 

Allen Charles R 173 

Allen & Higglns Lumber Co., back 

bone 
American Investment Union The. 178 

American Condensed Milk Co 1569 

American Lucol Co., Eegister of 

names, side lines 

Andrews T. P 1630-1631 

Anglo-Californian Bank 1499 

Apprill George 1546 

Artistic Metal Works 17 

Atkinson G. F 1686 

Aydelotte's Busines College, top 
lines Register of names, and... 198 

Babin Landry C 1662 

Badger William G 202 

Bank of British Columbia 1506 

Bank of British North America... 1505 

Bank of California 1498 

Barrow, Wade Guthrie & Co 1529 

BeUerive Marie Mme , 1577 

Bemis C. 1662 

Benchley Vf. B 1568 

Bennett R. T 1556 

Birk Leo 1546 

Blake, Moffltt & Towne 250, 1648 

Blasdel fl. G. Jr., bottom lines 

BlohmL 1698 

Boericke <fe Eunyon 258 

BoeschLamp Co 1612 

Bolander L. Ph 1655 

Bowers J, Miltou 1652 

Bradstreet A. B. Mrs 1691 

Brown, Craig & Co.; 289 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Co 3 

Budde Joseph 22 

Bulletin, Register of names, bot- 
tom cards, left page, and 302 

Burnhara & Marsh Co 1662 

Burns J. H 21 

Bush & Mallett Co 312 

Buswell W. F 1650 

Butterworth Thomas C. card mid- 
dle of each letter in Reg. 

Cahill & Hall 1582 

California Electrical Works.. ..320, 1530. 
1542, 1544, 1552, 1554, 1555, 1581, 1582, 
1586, 1606. 1623, 1640,1654, 1684 

California Fireworks Co. 1586 

California Furniture Co 32] 

California Guarantee Investment 

Co 321 

California Horse Shoe Co 18 

California Nurses' Agency 1644 

California Perforating Screen Co.... 13 

California Paving Co 1650 

California Tool Works 14 

California Wire Works 8 

Callandreau J. C. Dr 325 

Capp C. S. & Co 1663 

Carpenter E. W, bottom edge of 

book, and 1513 

Central Hardware and Tool Co 1601 

€hapin George W., Register of 

names, bottom cards, left page 

Chapman F. M 43 

Chapman W. B reg. of names, 

top lines and 352 
Chatain-Giletti Ornamenjal Stone 

Co 1631 

Cheever M. R 44 

Church S. R 360,1609 

Clark N. & Sons, business headings 

Clerc P. F 16, 1613 

Coffin Alonzo 1650 

Cole R. Beverly 377 

ColeR. E 128 

College of Notre Dame 1701 

Colton Dental Association, Reg. of 

names top lines 382 

Connor & Grant 1636 

Cook H. N 1542, 1603 

Cooper Leo 1682 

CoulBon N. T 1574 

Cowell Henry & Co 407 

Cowen & Co 1687 

Crewe & Allan 15 

CurtinD.A 426 



PAGE. ' 

Curtin's Detective Agency 1575 

Cvclops Engine and Mach. Works. 9 

Dale Dr. Mrs 1654 

Davidson & Leigh 1663 

Deacon William 13 

Decker Charles W., Reg. of names 

top lines and 1574 

Decker H. C 1663 

Denniston E. G 1673 

De Solla & Armstrong 1545 

Dewey Engraving Co 1698 

Dixon, DeWolf & Co 22 

Dickson Robert, back cover and... 1512 

Dingee W. J., back cover and 1665 

Dixon, Borgeson & Co., Register 

of names, bottom lines 1671 

Donohoe-Kelly Banking Co 1501 

Dornin George D 478 

Dow Steam Pump Works 12 

Dunham, Carrlgan & Hayden Co... 

1601, 1609, 1610 

Eagle Iron Foundry ...._ 10 

Easton, Eldridge & Co 1663 

Egerton Henry C. 1640 

Eggers, Gould & Co 1637, 1638 

Emmons G. W 516 

Enginger V 1695 

Enterprise Match Factory 1632 

Eureka Machine Works 1629 

Evans C. H. & Co 9, 1583. 1660 

Evening Bulletin, Register of 

names, corner cards, left page 

Fllippe T. B 1683 

Finn John 1635 

Firemans Fund Ins. Co front 

cover, and 546 

First National Bank 1505 

Fischbeck & Glootz 20, 1673 

Fischer S. E. & Co 1584 

Fisher L. P 1529 

Fisher Packing Co 16S9 

Fisher Will & Co 1663 

Fleishhacker A, & Co 1548. 1649 

Folkers J. H. A. &Bro 1575, 

1679, 1686 

Forbes A. J. & Son 1554 

Forderer Cornice Works 1572 

Francis, Valentine & Co 1702 

Eraser Edwin J 572 

Frlsbie Frank 1529 

Fulton Engineering and Ship 

Building Works 6 

Fulton Livery Stable 43 

Gallowav Lithogiaphing Co 1622 

Garratt W. T. & Co 7 

GattonH. B 1529 

German Savings and Loan Society ..1503 

Getz R. J. &Co 1648 

Giant Powder Co ....< 602 

Gilmore J. H 1663 

Gladding, McBean c& Co...business 

headings 

Globe-MacCabe Co 1651 

Goodman George... 15.30. 1569, 1650. 1672 
Gordan J.. The Tailor, left side 

lines. Register of names 

Grandjean Henry 1567 

Great American Importing Tea Co 633 
Great Eastern Carpet Beating Co...l524 

Green A. T 1663 

Gruenhagen C. H 1665 

Gundlach J. & Co., Register of 

names, right sides lines 1641 

Gundlach Ph.& Co 647 

Haas Carl F 1686 

Hall A. L &Son 656 

Hall J. C. Engraving and Printing 

Co 1677 

Halsted & Co 1687 

Harris Packing and Provision Co.. 676 

Harris & Jones 1628 

Havlside J. J 1666 

Hayes William Batenian 689 

Heald's Business College 691 

Henderson Chas. & Co 1632 

Henderson H. C 699 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Soc 1507 

Hioks-Judd Co back cover and 711 

Highland Springs. ...top lines. Register 
Hlrsch. Kahn & Co 1646, 1651 



PAGE. 

Hobbs, Wall & Co...back bone, 720, 1548 

Hobro W. D 1656 

Hoffman, Dahl &Co 1677 

Hoffman G. & Co 1584 

Holtt Ira G back of map 

Home Benefit Life Ass'n, left side 

lines. Register of names, and.. .1508 

Homoeopathic Pharmacy 731 

Howard T 1698 

Hufschmldt Henry 

1552, 1656, 1670, 1685, 1691 

Humphrey Edgar C 747 

Hynes A. T. & Co 1648 

Irviag Institute 30 

Jackson Bvron 5 

Jackson P. H. & Co 1531, 1609, 1672 

Jesse George R 1675 

Jones H. L 1560 

Jordan Dr. c& Co 786 

Judson Manufacturing Co 11 

Xaulfuss F. C 1594 

Kershaw R. A 804, 1533 

Kilbourn <fe Co 1572 

King James L 1558, 1612 

Kip Lawrence 823 

Kirkpatrick T. A 1529 

Kneass G. W 21 

Krogh F. W.& Co 1695 

La Grande Laundry 1613 

Lane W. E., Reg. names lower 

right corner, and 1656, 1670 

Langdon W, G 1529 

Langley'sSan Francisco Directory 

103, 1469, 1699 

Larkins & Co 1700 

Lask Harry J 1644 

Lawrence J. V 1557 

LavngH. G. & Co 1629 

Lee John & Co 1655 

Leek G. W 1575 

Lietz A. Co 1679 

Lion Co. Chimney Sweeping, lower 

right corner card. Register of 

names, and 1561 

London and San Francisco Bank.. ..1500 
London,Par!s and American Bank..]508 

Loudon W. M 1577 

Love Rufus K 897, 1574 

Lovejoy E. B 1670 

Lowe J. W 1693 

Luce George J 899 

Luckhardt C. A. & Co 1533 

Ludstrom K. A 1602 

Lund Henry & Co 22 

Lundv Furniture Co.... 1591, 1669 

Lutgen Charles F 1529 

Lutz August 1635 

Lyons Charles, back cover, and.... 907 

LvtleT 1691 

MacCauley J. B 909 

MacNutt A. H 1631 

Madison & Burke - 1664 

Main Street Iron Works 12 

Mallon John 17 

Martin & Morrison 1687 

McAllister Frank..Eeg. of Names, 

left bottom cards 

McDonald A. J«. 959 

McNicoli A. J. & Co 1582 

McPhun Wm 1692 

Mecredy Bros 1557 

Medical Dept University of Cal 25 

Merrell L L 15 

Meussdorffer K. & Son 998 

Miles Edward R 1005 

Mill Valley 1005 

Millbrae Company 1636 

Millbrae Dairy 1005 

Mitchell James E 1557 

Mi.xer George H 5 

Montague W. W. & Co.,.. Reg. of 

names, top corners left page. 

and business headings 

Montealegre & Co ■ 4 

Moore & Dlener 1604 

Morgan & Hanson 1529 

Morshead P. & Son 1674 

Morton Draying and Warehouse 

Co 1577,1690 

Morton Special Delivery 1585, 1690 



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INDEX TO AKVERTISEEENTS. 



I'AGE. 

Morton A H»<lle.v 13 

Munst'll Jiinies, jr front cover 

I5H-I52r, 

Murcli A Cray I(i58 

Bliirpliv Variilsli Co KiSS 

Sluriilicy it Ileal lURO 

Mutual ijcnclit Llle Ins. Confront 

cover, 15M-1525 

Mutual Savlnes Rank 1507 

Myers John F. * Co lO.SO 

National lil-Clilorldeof Gold Co...l54'.* 

Naylor tMinrli's E W" 

NeuntndttT tiros 1072 

Nevada M.-tnlliirpJcal Works )5:i3 

Now Jlaniniaui Co llyi'l 

Newhall ll.Jl. A Co 1511 

Nkhols A. C. & Co 1613 

Nidte C. A 10 

North Beach Koundrv 15 

North Taclfic Coast R. K 1703 

Novelty Foumlry 5 

Oesterrclcher L 1664 

Orr F. Allevnp I0H9 

OsLorn R. F. & Co 1591 

Pacltic Business College 1104, 1568 

Paclllc Cleaning and Dyeing 

Worko 1553, 1580 

Pacltic Collection Co 1534 

Pacific Lamp and Rctlrutor Co 1612 

Pacific Law and (.'oilection Co 1568 

Pacific Mailing and Circulating 

Co 1630 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co ..1509 

Pacific Paving Co 1650 

Pacific Roll Paper Co 1107 

Pacific Rolling null Co 4 

Pacific Vinegar and Pickle VVorks,.1689 

Packsher S 1562 

PaPhtz Gns. J 1543 

Palmer & Rey Reg. of names, 

left side lines 

Palo Alto Stables .,,4-4, 1109 

Parke & Lacy Co husiness headings 

Patent Brick Co 1549 

Pa.vne's Bolt Works !!!!l545 

Perrier-Jouet Champagne Reg. 

of names, upper lines and 3.52 

Pettitt George 1582 

Petzold August 1.571 

Pforr John 1664 

Phelps Manufacturing Co.. . "" 11 

Phelps & Miller !!ll35 

Plunkett Kate Miss 'l.583 

Plymouth Rock Office Cleaning Co"ll44 

Price Thomas & Son 1155,1533 

Puget Sound Lumber Co 1626 

Quaker Medicine Co ' 646 

Ramsey W. C back b'oneVlSOS 

Raveley Printing Co.... back-bone, 
bottom lines, Reg. of names 



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Remlllard Brick Co 1549 

Ki-ube» M 153.5-1537 

ReynoMs J. M...Reg. of names, bottom 

left hand cards, 1.589 

Hlvcr E.\pressCo 1585 

Robinson & Gillespie 1557 

Rockey U. F 1667 

Rodeo I'acklng and Provision Co 

The 1191 

Rogers Henry J. & Co 1201 

Rolfson Bros 1640 

Rosekrans H. & Co 1201 

Rouleau K. A 1669 

Ruftino & Bianchi 1631 

Russell J. W. (fe Co 1692 

Sala Joseph C 1679 

San Francisco Brewers' Assn, Ltd 
Reg. names, right corner cards 

and front edge of book 

San Francisco Bridge Co 1549 

San Francisco Lumber Co 1627 

Sau Francisco Laundry Reg. of 

names, lower left corner, 1613 

San Francisco Paving Co 1650 

San Francisco Savings LFnlon 1.502 

San Francisco Stove Works 1678 

San Francisco Wire Works 1696 

Sanborn A. 1 19 

Santa Clara College 330 

Santa Cruz Rock Pavement Co 1650 

gather Banking Co 1506 

Savings and Loan Society 1504 

Scheerer Jos. Co 1618 

Schilling Adam & Sons 14 

Schilling C. & Co 16-;2 

Schmidt Label and Lith. Co.. 1246,1548, 
1.584, 1011, 1623, 1650, 1668 

Schroeder William ..1593 

Schub Cycle House TheC. H.,opp 1.543 

Schwarz Joseph . . 1257 

Selfridge Grant, Dr 1264 

Shadburne Geo. D. Jr. & Co 1664 

Sherwood Hall Nursery Co. ...front 

cover of book 

Sherwood <fc Sherwood 34 

Shreve Geo. C. & Co 1610 

Simonds Saw Co 1668 

Simpson & Millar 18, 1669 

Smith George J. & Sons 1296 

Smith Francis & Co. business headings 

Smith Premier Tvpewriter 950 

Souther Joseph N 1649 

.Spaulding J. & Co 1558, 1580 

Spring Menzo 1532 

St. Germain Billiard Co 1543 

St. Ignatius' College 1315 

Standard Laundry 1613 

Stanley Charles T 1644 



PAGE- 

Starbird <fe Goldstone bottom lines 

Starr & Co 1320, 1321 

State Investmentand Ins. Co 1510 

Steele E 1005. 1322 

Stockton Business College back 

bone. ISOS 

Stott A. AV 1576, 1611 (2;, 16f«j 

Stuparlch Bros 1.555 

Stratton S _ 1557 

Strong C. G 13:is 

Sun Insurance Co i:i47 

Sweetser, Briggs & Co 1664 

Syz Harry W I5l.'! 

Tay George H. Co back •jvfr 

Taylor Charles F 13.57 

Taylors. P. & Co 3.52 

Telephone Register 13(;C' 

Thompson W. T . ..1536 

Thornton Samuel 21 

Tomkinson James 42 

Tracy Bros. & Co.. ..business headings 
Trinity School ,27 and slickers K584, 

1668 

Trowbridge James ASon 1695 

Trumbull & Beebe front cover and.1669 

Tubbs Cordage Co 17 

Twigg John A Sons 20 

Umbsen G. H. & Co 1664 

Union Ice Co 1393, 1605 

Union Lithograph Co . 1628 

United States Laundry Reg. 

names, left side lilies 1395, J613 

U N X L D Fire Works 1587 

Van Drake A. J 16 

Vandenburgh & Lewis 19 

Vulcan Ice Machine 1605 

Vulcan Iron Works 10. 1665. 1668 

Wainwiight W 1660 

Walker Samuel ()., proptr Colum- 
bian Development Co.. .paster 383 

Walton N. C 1533 

Wass D. D 1695 

Washburn & Moen MnfgCo..Reg. 

of names, bottom lines 

Wedgwood William 165S 

Weichhart J 14 

Welch & Co 20 

Wemple Ernest L 1439 

Western Foundrv 13 

Wheldon Alex W 1559 

WhitelawT. P. H. & Son 1670 

Whitney E. B. & Co 1451 

WielandBros 1646 

Williams, Dimond & Co 24 

Williams & Woods 1532 

Winter & Verrinder. Drs 1574 

Wyatt Thomas 19 



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MUNICIPAL GOYERNMENT 

City and County of San Francisco, 1892. 




Matos of the City and Cottnty. — LEVI K. 
ELLERT, ex-officio President of the Board of Su- 
pervisors; salary $3,000 per annviin. 

Cleek. — Chris E.Ne-wman, appointed by the Mayor ; 
salary $3,000 per anniim. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

Term of office, two years ; salary, $1,200 per annum ; 
term expires 1895. Weekly meetings each Monday 
evening. Special meetings at the discretion of the 
President. 

Pbe^IDEnt.— LEVI R. ELLERT 

Clebk. — John A. Russell ; appointed by the Board ; 
salary, $3,600 per annum. 

Deputy Clebk. — William T. Patterson ; salary 
$1,800 per annum. Assistant Clerks — John H. 
Ryan, John C. Tomalty, H. C. Farquharson, John Q. 
Brown Jr. ; salary, $1,800 per annum. Sergeant-at- 
Arms — Neil T. Beggs ; salary, $1,200 per annum. 

Memliers. 

First Ward MICHAEL GOODWIN 

Second Ward DANIEL ROGERS 

ThirdiWard 

Fourth Ward P. J. KENNEDY 

Fifth Ward SANDS W. FORMAN 

Sixth Ward CHRISTIAN REIS 

Seventh Ward JAMES RYAN 

Eighth AVard ROBERT DAY 

Ninth Ward P. P. DUNDON 

Tenth Ward WILLIAM M. HINTON 

Eleventh Ward JEFFERSON G. JAMES 

Twelfth Ward JAMES DENMAN 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Judiciary ,. Rogers, Reis, James 

Finance and Auditing James, Denman, Kennedy 

Streets, Wharves, etc Day, Ryan 

Denman, Goodwin 

Public Buildings Ryan, Day, Rogers 

Water and Water Supply Denman, Hinton, Ken- 

nedy, Rogers, Dundon 

Health and Police, and House of Correction Ken- 

nedy, Reis, Ryan, Dundon, Forman 

Fire Department Day, Goodwin, Dundon, Forman 

License and Orders Dundon, James, Forman 

Hospital Goodwin, Hinton, Denman 

Printing and Salaries Hinton, Day, Kennedy 

Street Lights Reis, Hinton, Forman, James 

Outside Lands Forman, Rogers, Ryan, Goodwin 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Term of office, two years ; expires iirst Monday in 
January, 1895. No compensation. Meetings, second 
and last Wednesdays of each month 

Pkesideht — F. A. HYDE. Secretary— George 
Beanston. Assistant Secretaries — George W. Wade 
and I. J. Aschheim. Bookkeeper— Giles T. Letcher. 
Messenger — Frank W. Yale. 

Superintendent of Common Schools. — JOHN 
SWETT ; salary, $4,000 per annum. 

Deputy Superintendent. — Madison Babcock ; 
appointed by the Superintendent ; salary, $3,000 per 
annum. 

Members. 



FREDERIC A. HYDE. 
PELHAM W. AMES. 
JERE T. BURKE. 
CHARLES W. DECKER. 
THOMAS R. CAREW. 
JOHN J. DUNN. 



CHARLES A. CLINTON. 
JAMES H. CULVER. 
FRANK J. FRENCH. 
SAMUEL E. DUTTON. 
JOHN J. DOWLING. 
JACOB H. ROSEWALD 



The President is ex-officio a member of all Stand- 
ing Committees. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. Finance — Ames, 
Decker, Bosewald. 

Classiiication— Burke, Ames, Clinton, Carew, But- 
ton, Decker. 

Rules — French, Burke, Culver. 

Qualification of Teachers — Rosewald, French, 
Dowling. 

Buildings and Grounds — Dunn, Rosewald, Burke, 

Salaries — Clinton, Carew, Rosewald. 

Supplies — Button, Ames, Decker. 

Judiciary — Carew, French, Ames. 

Printing — Culver, Dunn, Carew. 

Janitors — Dowling, Dutton, Culver. 

Visiting — Decker, Clinton, Dunn. 



CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS. 

SUPERIOR COURT. — Department 1.— Judge — 
EUGENE R. GARBER (presiding judge) ; term ex- 
pires January, 1895. Reporter — John J. Maginis. 
2. — Judge — CHARLES W. SLACK ; term expires 
January, 1899. Reporter— B.F. Lanfar. 3.— Judge — 
DANIEL J. MURPHY; term expires January, 1897. 
Reporter — George W. Smith, i. — Judge — J. C. B. 
HEBBARD ; term expires January, 1897. Reporter — 
H. A. Jones. 5. —Judge — JOHN HUNT Jr.; 
term expires January, 1897. Reporter — E.S. Belden. 
6.— Judge— WILLIAM T. WALLACE; term expires 
January, 1899. Reporter — Robert F. Gallagher. 
7.— Judge— AUSTIN A. SANDERSON; term expires 
January, 1897. Reporter— Emil Pohli. 8. — (Criminal) 
Judge— JAMES M. TROUTT ; term expires January, 
1899. Reporter— H. AV. Walter. 9.— (Probate) — 
Judge— J. V. COFFEY ; term expires January, 1895. 
Reporter — Samuel B. Sumner. 10. — (Insolvency) 
— Judge — WALTER H. LEVY ; term expires January, 
1895. Reporter — Stephen Potter. 11. — (Criminal) — 
Judge— JAMES M. SEAWELL ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1899. Reporter — A. L. Coombs. 12. — (Criminal) 
—Judge— WILLIAM R. DAINGERFIELD ; term ex- 
pires January, 1895. Reporter — Charles R. Gagan. 

Salaries.— Judges, $4,000 per annum, each. Re- 
porters' salaries, fees. 

POLICE COURT No. l.-Jiidge- JAMES A. CAMP- 
BELL ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Prosecuting At- 
torney — Charles W. Reed ; term regulated by the 
Board of Supervisors ; $3,000 per annum. Clerk — 
James H. Stevens ; term regulated by the Board of 
Supervisors ; $2,400 per annum. 



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POLICE COURT No. 2.-Juaee— CHARLES T. CON- 
LAN ; salary, S4,000 per annum. Prosecuting At- 
torney—Stephen R. O'Keeffe ; salary, $3,000 per an- 
num. Clerk— John T. Washington, salary, $2,400 per 
annum. 

POLICE COURT No.3.— Judge— HENRY L.JOACH- 
IMSON ; salary. $4,000 per annum. Prosecuting At- 
torney — Georf,e H. Cabaniss, salary, $3,000 per annum 
Clerk — Daniel M. Gavigan ; salary, $2,400 per annum. 

POLICE COURT No. 4.— Judge— CHARLES A. 
LOW. Prosecuting Attorney— T. J. Shackelford ; W. 
D. Farren, Clerk. 

JUSTICES' COURTS. — Justices — JOSEPH E. 
BAKRY (Presiding Justice), Frank J. Gray, Walter M. 
Willi tt, Frank H. Dunne and G. W. F. Cook ; salaries. 
Presiding Justice, $2,700 per annum ; Associates, 
$2,400 per annum each. Clerk— Edward W. Williams ; 
$2,400 per annum. Deputy Clerk— S. J. Farrell; 
$1,200 per annum each. 

(ITT AND County Attornet and Counseloe. — 
HAHRYT. CRESWELL; salary, $6,000 per annum. 
y\s>ittauis — Rhodes Borden and James L. Gallagher, 
$.i,i OJ per annum; Gaillard Stoney, $1,800, Thomas 
1. Dillon. $1,800, and William I. Brobeck, clerk, $900 
per aunum. 

DiSTEiCT Attokney.— WILLIAM S. BARNES; sal- 
ary, $0,000 per annum. Assistant — John A. Hosmer, 
$:j.<i00 per annum ; Walter S. Hinkle, $3,000 per annum ; 
Alfred I". Black, .•*3,000 per annum. Clerks— Walter 
B. Blair, $1,800 per annum ; John B. Tungate, $1,500 
per annum; Thomas F. Dunn, $1,200 ; W. H. Murphy, 
$1,200. 

Chief of Police.— PATRICK CROWLEY; appointed 
by the Board of Police Commissioners ; salary, $4,000 
per annum. Clerk — Wm. E. Hall. $1,800 per annum. 
Property Clerk— William CuUen ; $1,800 per annum. 

County Cleek.— MICHAEL C. HALEY, and ex- 
olficio Clerk of the Superior Court ; salary, S4,000 per 
annum. Chief Deputy — John A. Sullivan; Court 
Room Clerks— Frank H. Kilduff, Eugene McFadden, 
Michael F. O'Connor, John B.Martin, J. H. Sullivan, 
James P. Slevin, J. B. Sherrad, William G. Burke, 
C.J. Harrigan 

Sheeiff. -JOHN J. McDADE; salary, $8,000 per 
annum. Under Sheriff- A. B. Maguire, $2,400 per 
annum. Bookkeeper — Jere Dwyer, $3,000 per annum. 
Assistant Bookkeeper— 8. L. Simon, $1,200 per 
annum. Chief Jailer — Timothy Fitzpatrick 

Recobdee.— THOMAS J. GLYNN; salary, $4,000 
per annum. Chief Deputy — Thomas B. McGinnis, 
$3,000 per annum. Deputies— Richard D. Blaubelt 
and Michael J. Kelly. 

Auditoe— WILLIAM BRODERICK; salary $4,000 
per annum. Deputies — George W. Thomas, $3,000 
per annum. Clerks — William M. Edgar, John E. 
Broderick and Edward B. Thomas, $1,800 per annum. 

Treasueee— JAMES H. WIDBER ; salary, $4,000 per 
annum. Chief Deputy— Augustus 0. Widber, $3,000 
per annum. Deputy— Matthew De La Montanya, Jr. , 
$2,100 per annum. Clerk— James Wren, §1,200 per 
annum.; 

Assessoe.— JOHN D. SIEBE ; salary $4,000 per 
annum. Office Deputies— Hugo Herzer (chief) $2,400 
per annum ; Oscar A. Tolle, William J. Ruddick, E. 
C. Kalben, George Tyroll, .$1,800 per annum each. 
E. P. Buckley, Philip Strehl, Edgar Briggs, J. N. 
Colter, Rudolph Belau, David Jacobi, S.E.Kendall, 
David Ritchie, Cornelius Stagg, Thomas S. Moffitt, 
Harry Davis, John Williams, N. Winauts, William F. 
Duveneck, Abraham Repeit, Edward P. Buckley, 
Charles F. Berna, Charles Winters, Emil Niemeler, 
Walter W. Cooley, Robert Josephl, J. E. Roach, A. 
B. Brown, F. P. Walker, George H.Riddell, ,§1,200 per 
anuum each. Chief Draftsman— A. D. Mlesegaes; 
salary, .$2,400 per annum. Field Deputies— Chief 
Deputy, Daniel Maloney, $200 per month. Assistant 
Deputies. $100 per month each, when employed. 

Tax CoLLEOTOE.*— JAMES N. BLOCK; salary, 
$4,000 per annum. Chief Deputy— Hiram B. Cook, 
Cashier— Philip Susmann. Deputies— Herman Enkle, 
John M. Fsgg, Edward Lawton. 



License Colleotob. — GEORGE W. LEE ; appointed 
by the Mayor, Auditor and Treasurer and confirmed 
by the Board of Supervisors ; salary, $3,000 per annum. 
Chief Deputy— R. H. FITZGERALD, $1,800 per au- 
num. Cashier— Alfred McLaughlin, $1,500 per an- 
num. 

Registeab of Voters. — ALFRED J. EVANS; 
appointed by the Governor; salary, $3,600 per an- 
num. Chief Clerk— George E. Lewis, $1,800 per 
annum. Clerk and Messenger — Frank McMabon, 
$1,.500 per annum, 

SuEVEYOE.t— WILLIAM M. FITZHUGH; salary 
$.500 per annum and fees. Deputies— Charles H, 
Holcomb, H. D. Gates, A. H. Sanborn and E. J. ' 
Morser. 

SUPEEINTENDENT PUBLIC STEEETS AND HIGHWAYS. 

WILLIAM W. ACKERSON ; salary, $4,000 per annum. 
Chief Deputy— Lawrence J. Welch. Deputies — 
George E. Ackerson, Charles Geggus, Robert Hamp- 
ton, Fred Anderson, Peter W. McGlade, John G. 
Fitzgerald, Matthew Fallon, Bernard Collum, W. H. 
Williams, Stephen J. Burke, Fred W. Brown, Sidney 
Hall, M. Greany, John J. Murphy, Michael Kieruan. 

CoEONEE.— JEROME A. HUGHES; salary, $4,000 
per annum. Deputies — Leon E. Jones, $1,800 per 
annum, and John Carew $1,500 per annum. Messen- 
ger-Edward Kelly, $900 per annum. Clerk— Myles 
J. Bulger. 

Paek Commissioners. — W. W. Stow (President), 
R. P. Hammond Jr. and Joseph Austin; no compen- 
sation. Secretary — Miss V. V. Bloch. Superinten- 
dent-John McLaren. Office at Golden Gate Park. 
Commissioners hours, 3 to 4 P. M. each Saturday. 
Meeting last Saturday of each month. 

Boaed City Hall Commissionees. — MAYOR (ex 
officio), Auditor (ex officio). City and County Attor- 
ney (ex officio) ; salary, $1,200 per annum each. Sec- 
retary — J. J. McCarthy, $200 per month. Architect — 
Frank T. Shea, $250 per month. 

Public Administrator.- ANDREW 0. FREESE ; sal 
ary, fees. Attorney — J. D. Sullivan ; salary, fees. 

City Physician.— H. R. BROWN; salary, .$1,800 
per annum. Police Surgeon — George B. Somers, 
$1,200 per annum ; William P. Simpson and Tenni- 
son Deane Jr., Assistant Surgeons. 

Commissioners op Insanity. — D. D. Lustig, M. D.« 
J. E. Lilienthal, M. D. ; E. Windele, M. D., and 
H. Rethers ; salary, fees. 

Pound Keeper.— JOHN PARTRIDGE ; salary $900 
per annum and fees. 

FiEE Department Commissionees. — MAURICE 
SCHMITT (President) A.J. Martin , Frank G. Ed wards. 
Fisher Ames and Samuel H. Brown ; no compensation. 
Clerk — George F. Maxwell; salary $1,800 per annum. 
Janitor and Messenger — M. L. Splnetti ; $900 per 
aunum. 

Fire Alarm Telegraph — Supt. WILLIAM H. 
TORPEY; term regulated by the Board of Supervi. 
sors ; salary $2,400 per annum. Operators — Frank 
Bishop, W. R. Hewitt and F. G. Haskell, $1,500 per 
annum each. Line Repairers — R. J. Sweeney, .$1,200 
per annum ; Daniel Shay, Clarence N. Wolfe and 
Frank Bidermann, assistants, $1,080 per annum each. 

Police Patrol Telegraph. — Supt. WILLIAM H. 
TORPEY ; William Wall inspector, $1,500 per annum. 
E. W. Garrett assistant inspector, $1,200 per annum. 
T. A. McKinnon, James King and John Campbell, 
linemen, $1,080 each per annum. 



*The Tax Collector is allowed by law one Chief and 
one Cash Deputy, at a salary of $200 per month each ; 
Three general Deputies, at $150 per month each ; and 
extra clerks, when employed, $100 per month each. 
the entire annual amount of salaries for his Deputies 
and Clerks not to exceed $12,000. 

\ The County Surveyor receives fees for surveying 
private property, principally street work. Salaries of 
Deputies and Clerks paid by the Surveyor. 



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Bay and Kearny 
Bay and Taylor 
Berry and Sixth 
Brannan and Fifth 
Brannan and First 
Brannan and Ninth 
Brannan and Sixth 
Broadway and Front 
Bryant and Beale 
Bryant and Nineteenth 
Bryant and Second 
Bryant and Seventh 
Bryant and Third 
Bush and Montgomery 
California and Central Av 
California and Fillmore 
California and Sansome 
Clay and Battery 
Castro and Nineteenth 
Castro nr Twenty-fourth 



Howard and Twelfth 
Howard and Twenty-first 
Hayes and Broderick 
Hayes and Laguna 
Haight and Stanyan 
Hyde and Broadway 
Jackson and Davis 
Kiug and Third 
Lombard and Mason 
Market and East 
Market and Sansome 
Market and Seventeenth 
Market, Geary and Kearny 
Market, Gough and Haight 
Market,Stockton and Ellis 
Market, Turk and Mason 
Market, Van NessAv, Oak 
Blission and Fifth 
Mission and First 
Mission and Main 
Mission and Ninth 



Church and Seventeenth 
Church and Twenty-eighth Mission and Randall 
Church and Twenty-fourth Mission aud Ridley 
Cortland Av opp School Mission and Seventh 

House Mission and Spear 

Dolores and Twenty-ninth Mission aud Steuart 
Dolores and Twenty-second Mission and Third 



Ellis and Steiner 
Folsom and First 
Folsom and Main 
Folsom and Ninth 
Folsom and Seventh 
Folsom and Sixteenth 
Folsom and Third 
Folsom and Thirteenth 
Folsom and Twelfth 



Mission, Twenty fourth 
Mission, Twenty-ninth 
Mission and Valencia 
McAllister and Gough 
Noe and Fourteenth 
O'Farrell and Hyde 
Pine and Dupont 
Potrero Av, Seventeenth 
Potrero Av,Twenty-f ourth 



Folsom and Twenty-fourth Pacific and Fillmore 
Folsom and Twenty-sixth Pacific and Jones 
Francisco and Powell 



Geary and Buchanan 
Geary and Cemetery Av 
Geary and Mason 
Geary and Van Ness Av 



Pacific and Powell 
Post and Stockton 
San Bruno Road (Chem. 

Works) 
Sacramento and Webster 



Golden GateAv and Webster Silver and Fourth 



Guerrero and Fifteenth 
Haight and Scott 
Harrison and Beale 
Harrison and Eighth 
Harrison and Fifth 
Harrison and Ninth 
Harrison and Sixth 
Harrison and Tenth 
Howard and Beale 
Howard and Eighth 
Howard and Fourteenth 
Howard and Fourth 
Howard and Second 
Howard and Sixth 
Howard and Spear 
Howard and Tenth 



Sutter and Leavenworth 
Sutter and Octavia 
Sutter and Polk 
Townsend and Fourth 
Townsend and Second 
Townsend and Seventh 
Union and Battery 
Union and Dupont 
Union and Polk 
Union and Powell 
Union and Steiner 
Valencia and Twentieth 
Valencia and Twenty-fifth 
Vallejo, Montgomery Av 
Washington and Dupont 
Washington and Mason 



BoAED OP Health.— Members : THE MAYOR 
(President) , and Doctors George J. Bucknall, S. F. 
Long, W. H. Mays. M. Kegensburger ; no compensa- 
tion. 

Office Health Depaetment. — Health Ofiicer — 
James W. Keeney, M. D.; salaiy, $3,000 per annum. 
Quarantine Officer— W. M. Lawlor, M. D., $1,800 per 
annum. Secretary — Jacob Steppacher, $2,100 per an- 
num. J. M. Lawlor, Assistant Secretary; $1,200 per 
annum. Health Inspectors — August Brooks, Milton 
Heynemann, C. R. Taylor, David L. Dunlap, J. F. 
Curtin. F. Koegel ; $1,200 per annum each. Market 
Inspectors— Simon Newman, John H. Dooley, Abra- 
ham Aurich, Henry Barron, $1,200 per annum each. 
Disinterment Inspectors — A.T. Regensburger, Richard 
M.Jones; $1,200 per annum each. Messenger — George 
J. Mills, $900 per annum. Inspector of Drainage and 
Plumbing— John C. Wade, $1,500 per annum. Assis- 
tant— W. R. Allen, $1,200 per annum. 

Alms House and Hospital. — Superintendent — 
PHILIP L. WEAVER, $2,400 per annimi. Matron- 
Mrs. P. L. Weaver, $720 per annum. Resident Physi- 
cian — E. L. Parramore, M. D., $1,500 per annum. 
Clerk— H. C. Costello, $900 per annum. 



CiTT AND County Hospital. — Superintendent Physi- 
cian— F. H. TITUS, M. D.; salary, $2,400 per an- 
num. Resident Physician — A. H. Mayes, M. D., 
$1,500 per annum. Visiting Physicians — W. W. Kerr, 
and J. O. Hirschfelder, $1,200 per annum each. 
Visiting Surgeons — C. N. Ellinwood and R. A. Mc- 
Lean, $1,200 per annum each. Apothecary — P. Moul- 
ton, $1,200 per annum. Steward — J. C. Cousins, 
$l.i500 per annum. 

Twenty-sixth Street Hospital. — Visiting Physi- 
cian -H. R. BROWN, M. D. Steward— Jeremiah Sulli- 
van, $520 per annum. 

House of Cobeection — Superintendent — CHARLES 
GILDEA; salary, $1,800 per annum. Assistant Super- 
intendent — Henry Barbee, $1,200 per annum. Com- 
missary — J. G. Gorman, $840 per annum. Matron 
— Mrs. Catherine Kenny, $600 per annum. Twenty 
Guards, who receive $660 per annum each. 

Superintendent City Cemetery. — THOMAS 
EAGAR ; salary, $900 per annum. 

Engineer New City Hall.— THEODORE MORRIS ; 
salary, $1,200 per annum. Fireman— CLarles White- 
law, $960 per annum. 

Gas Inspector.— JOHN E. GANNON. 

Watchman Old City Hall. — Daniel Casey, salary, 
$960 per annum. 

Watchman New City Hall. — James G. Shine 
(night) salary, $960 per annum ; E. H. Coe (day) 
$900 per annum. 

Gardeners Public Squares.- EDWARD DEADT 
(chief) ; salary, $1,200 per annum ; T. Caveney, F. 
Bothman, John F. McGrath, H. L. Bienfield, William 
Furey, J. Catania, J. O'Leary, Edward Brown and 
Daniel Saylor ; $900 per annum each. 



BOUNDARIES 

Of Congressional, Senatorial and Assembly 

Districts, Election Precincts 

and Wards. 



In the City and County of San Francisco th pu e ^ 
two Congressional Districts, namely : Fourtb a re 
Fifth ; also nine Senatorial Districts, namely : Seven- 
teenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, Twenty- 
first, Twcnty-secoud, Twenty-third, Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-fifth ; also eighteen Assembly Districts, 
namely : Twenty-eighth, Twenty-ninth, Thirtieth, 
Thirty-first, Thirtysecond, Thirty-third, Thirty- 
fourth, Thirty-fifth, Thirty-sixth, Thirty-seventh, 
Thirty-eighth, Thirty-ninth, Fortieth, Forty-first, 
Forty-second, Forty-third, Forty-fourth and Forty- 
fifth. 

The Assembly Districts were, on December 31, 1891, 
subdivided into two hundred and seventy-five pre- 
cincts, instead of three hundred and ten, as formerly. 
Each precinct is intended to contain two hundred 
voters as nearly as possible There are also twelve 
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CONGEESSIONAL DISTEICTS. 



4:tli District. 

AH that portion of the City and County of San 
Francisco bounded as follows : Commencing at a 
point of intersection of the center of Leavenworth 
street and the bay of San Francisco, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named 
streets: Leavenworth to Broadway, Broadway to 
Hyde. Hyde to Sacramento, Sacramento to Van Ness 
Av, Van Ness Av to Market, Market to Eleventh, 
Eleventh to Harrisou, Harrison to junction of Napa 
and Twentieth; thence along Twentieth to Howard, 
Howard to Aruiy, Armv to Precita Av, Precita Av to 
Colusa. Colusa to San Bruno Road; thence along San 
Bruno Road to the boundary line to the bay of San 
Francisco; thence along tlie shore of said bay to 
Leavenworth street, the place of beginning, with all 
the islands in the bay of San Francisco within the 
boundaries of the city and county of San Francisco. 



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5 til District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San 
Francisco not included in the Fourth Congressional 
DlHtrict, with the islands known as the FaroUone 
Islands, together with the counties of San Matoo and 
Santa Clara. 

SENATOEIAL DISTEICTS. 



1 7tli District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco comprised within the boundaries of the Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth Assembly Districts. 
18 til District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco comprised within the boundaries of the Thirtieth 
and Thirty-second Assembly Districts. 

19tH District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco comprised within the boundaries of the Thirty- 
third and Thirty-fifth Assembly Districts. 
»0tli District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco comprised within the boundaries of the Thirty- 
fourth and Thirty-sixth Assembly Districts. 
31st District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco comprised within the boundaries of the Thirty- 
seventh and Thirty-eighth Assembly Districts. 
32d District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San 
Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the 
Fortieth and Forty-first Assembly Districts. 

23d District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San 
Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the 
Thirty-first and Thirty-ninth Assembly Districts. 

34tU District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San 
Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the 
Forty-second and Forty-third Assembly Districts. 
2 5 til District. 

All that portion of the City and County of San 
Francisco comprised within the boundaries of the 
Forty.fourth and Forty-fifth Assembly Districts. 



ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS. 



SStli District. 

Cojnmencing at the point of intersection where the 
center line of Market street intersects the bay of San 
Francisco, continuing thence along the center of the 
following named streets: Market to Third, Third to 
Bryant, Bryant to the waters of the bay of San Fran- 
cisco ; thence along the shore to Market street, the 
place of beginning. 

PBECINCT BOUNDAEIES. 

First— Market, San Francisco Bay, Howard, Main, 
Folsom and First. 

Second — San Francisco Bay, Harrison, Fremont, 
Folsom and Main. 

Third — Folsom, Fremont, Harrison, San Francisco 
bay, Bryant and First. 

Fourth— Folsom, First, Bryant and Second. 

Fifth — Tehama, First, Folsom, Redney, Clementina 
and Second. 

Sixth — Howard, First, Tehama and Second. 

Seventh —Natoma, First, Howard and Second. 

Eighth — Minna, First, Natoma and Second. 

Ninth — Market, First, Minna, Second, Mission and 
Ecker. 

Tenth— Market, Ecker, Mission, Second, Jessie and 
New Montgomery. 

Eleventh— MarUet, New Montgomery, Jessie, Sec- 
ond, Mission and Third. 

Twelfth— Mission, Second, Howard, New Mont- 
gomery, Minna and Third. 

Thirteenth — Minna, New Montgomery, Howard and 
Third. 

Fourteenth— Howard, Second, Clementina, Redney, 
Folsom and Hubbard. 

Fifteenth— Howard, Hubbard, Folsom and Third. 

Sixteenth— Folaom, Second, Harrison and Third. 

Seventeenth— Harrison, Second. Bryant and Third. 



39tli District. 

Commencing at the intersection of the center of 
Market and Third streets, continuing thence along 
the center of the following named streets: Market 
to Fifth, Fifth to Bryant, Bryant to Third, Third to 
Market, the iDlace of beginning 

PEBCESrCT BOtTNDABIES. 

First- Market, Third, Stevenson, Fourth. Jessie 
and Fifth. 

Second— Stevenson, Third, Mission and Fourth. 

Third — Jessie, Fourth, Mission and Fifth. 

Fourth — Mission, Fourth. Minna and Fifth. 

Fifth— Mission, Third, Minna and Fourth. 

Sixth — Minna. Third, Everett and Fourth. 

Seventh — Everett, Third, Howard and Fourth. 

Eighth— Minna, Fourth, Howard, Howard Court, 
Natoma and Fifth. 

Ninth— Natoma, Howard Court, Howard, Fourth. 
Tehama and Fifth. 

Tenth — Howard, Third, Tehama and Fourth. 

Eleventh — Tehama, Third, Folsom and Fourth. 

Twelfth— Tehama, Fourth, Folsom and Fifth. 

Thirteenth — Folsom, Fourth, Clara and Fifth. 

Fourteenth — Folsom, Ritch, Clara and Fourth. 

Fifteenth- Folsom, Third, Harrison, Fourth, Clara 
and Ritch. 

Sixteenth— Clara, Fourth, Perry and Fifth. 

Seventeenth — Harrison, Third, Perry and Fourth. 

Eighteenth — Perry. Third, Silver and Fourth. 

Nineteenth — Perry, Fourth, Silver, Third, Bryant 
and Fifth. 

30th District. 

Commencing at the intersection of the center of 
Market and Fifth streets, continuing thence along 
the center of the following named streets : Market to 
Seventh, Seventh to Bryant, Bryant to Fifth, Fifth to 
Market, the place of beginning. 

PEECINCT BOUND ABIES. 

First — Market, Fifth, Stevenson and Seventh. 

Second— Stevenson, Fifth, Minna, Mary, Mint Av, 
Jessie and Sixth. 

Third— Stevenson, Sixth, Mission and Seventh. 

Fourth — Jessie, Mint Av, Mary, Minna and Sixth. 

Fifth— Mission, Sixth, Minna, Russ, Natoma and 
Seventh. 

Sixth— Minna, Sixth, Howard and Russ. 

Seventh — Minna, Fifth, Natoma, Mary, Howard 
and Sixth. 

Eighth— Natoma, Fifth, Tehama, Sixth, Howard 
and Mary. 

Ninth— Tehama, Fifth, Folsom and Sixth. 

Tenth— Howard, Sixth, Folsom and Russ. 

Eleventh— Natoma, Russ, Folsom and Seventh. 

Twelfth— Folsom, Fifth. Shipley and Sixth. 

Thirteenth— Shipley, Fifth, Clara, Sixth, Harrison, 
Columbia and Folsom. 

Fourteenth— Clara, Fifth, Bryant, Averill Av, Har- 
rison and Sixth. 

Fifteenth— Harrison, Averill Av, Bryant and Sixth. 

Sixteenth — Folsom, Columbia, Harrison, Sixth, 
Bryant and Seventh. 

31st District. 

Commencing at the intersection of the center of 
Market and Seventh streets, continuing thence along 
the center of the following named streets : Market to 
Eleventh, Eleventh to intersection of Channel and 
Bryant, Bryant to Seventh, Seventh to Market, the 
place of beginning. 

PEECINOT BOUNDAEIES. 

First— Market, Seventh, Mission and Eighth. 
Second — Market, Eighth, Mission and Ninth. 
Third — Mission, Seventh, Minna and Ninth. 
Fourth — Minna. Seventh, Natoma and Ninth. 
Fifth — Natoma, Seventh, Howard and Ninth. 
Sixth — Market, Ninth, Howard and Tenth. 
Seventh— Market, Tenth, Howard and Eleventh. 
Eighth— Howard, Ninth, Folsom and Eleventh. 
Ninth— Howard, Eighth, Folsom and Ninth. 
Tenth — Howard, Rausch, Folsom and Eighth. 
Eleventh — Howard, Seventh, Folsom and Rausch. 
Twelfth— Folsom, Seventh, Bryant and Langton. 
Thirteenth — Folsom, Langton, Harrison & Eighth. 
Fourteenth— Folsom, Eighth, Harrison and Tenth. 
Fifteenth- Harrison, Langton, Bryant and Ninth. 
Sixteenth— Folsom, Tenth, Harrison, Ninth, Bryant 
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32 d District. 

Commencing at the point of intersection where the 
center of Bryant street intersects the -waters of the 
Bay of San Francisco, continuing thence along the 
center of the following named streets : Bryant to in- 
tersection of Eleventh and Channel, along Eleventh 
to Harrison, Harrison to Napa, Napa to the waters of 
the Bay of San Francisco, thence along the shore to 
Bryant, the place of beginning. 

PKECINCT BOUNDAEIES. 

First — Bryant, San Francisco Bay and Second. 

Second— Bryant, Second, Brannan and Third. 

Third — Brannan, Second, Berry, Third, Channel. 

Fourth — Brannan, Townsend, Third and Fourth. 

Fifth — Bryant, Third, Brannan and Zoe. 

Sixth — Bryant, Zoe, Brannan and Fourth. 

Seventh — Bryant, Fourth, Brannan and Fifth. 

Eighth — Bryant, Fifth, Brannan and Clinton. 

Ninth — Brannan, Fourth, Channel and Sixth. 

Tenth — Channel, San Francisco Bay, Napa, Ten- 
nessee, Solano, Mississippi and Seventh. 

Eleventh — Brannan, Sixth, Channel and Seventh. 

Twelfth — Bryant, Clinton, Brannan and Langtou. 

Thirteenth — Bryant, ijangton, Brannan, Seventh, 
Hooper, El Dorado, Potrero Av and Dore. 

Fourteenth — Hooper, Seventh, Mississippi, Solano, 
Tennessee, Napa, El Dorado and Potrero Av. 

Fifteenth — Bryant, Dore, Potrero Av, Napa, Har- 
rison and Eleventh, 

33d District. 

Commencing at the point of intersection of the 
center of Napa street and the Bay of San Francisco, 
continuing thence along the following named streets: 
Napa to Twentieth, Twentieth to Howard, Howard to 
Army, Army to Precita Av, Precita Av to Colusa, Co- 
lusa to San Bruno Boad, thence along San Bruno 
Boad to its intersection with the boundary line 
dividing the Counties of San Francisco and San 
Mateo, thence along said boundary line to the inter- 
section of the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, 
thence along the shore of said bay to Napa, the 
place of beginning, 

PEEOINCT BOTJNADEIES, 

First — Howard, Twentieth, Folsom and Twenty- 
third. 

Second — Folsom, Twentieth, Alabama and Twenty- 
third. 

Third— Howard, Twenty-third, Harrison and Twen- 
ty.fifth. 

Fourth— Howard, Twenty.fifth, Potrero Av, Precita 
Av and Army. 

Fifth— Harrison, Twenty- third, York and Twenty- 
fifth. 

Sixth — Alabama, Twentieth, Potrero Av and Twen- 
ty-third. 

Seventh — York, Twenty-third, Nevada, Bhode Is- 
land, Colusa, Precita Av, Potrero Av and Twenty- 
fifth. 

Eighth— Potrero Av, Napa, Kentucky, Sierra, In- 
diana and Nevada. 

Ninth — Kentucky, Napa, San Francisco Bay and 
Sierra. 

Tenth — Indiana, Sierra, San Francisco Bay, Sixth 
Av, Kailroad Av and Tulare. 

Eleventh— San Bruno Av, Colusa, Rhode Island, 
Nevada, Indiana, Islais Creek, Channel, Railroad Av 
and P. 

Twelfth — San Bruno Av, St. John and Railroad Av. 

Thirteenth— San Bruno Av, Railroad Av, Sixth Av. 
San Francisco Bay and southern boundary line of 
San Francisco County. 

34:tli District. 

Commencing at the point of intersection of the 
center of Market and Eleventh streets, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named 
streets : Market to "Valencia, Valencia to Ridley, 
Ridley to Guerrero, Guerrero to Twenty- first. Twenty- 
first to Howard, Howard to Twentieth, Twentieth to 
Harrison, Harrison to Eleventh, Eleventh to Market, 
the place of beginning. 

PKECIKCT BOUNDAEIES. 

First — Howard, Eleventh, Harrison and Twelfth. 
Second— Howard, Twelfth, Harrison, Fourteenth, 
Folsom and Thirteenth. 



Third — Mission, Thirteenth, Folsom and Four, 
teenth 

Fourth— West Mission, Twelfth, Howard and Thir- 
teenth. 

Fifth— Mission, Eleventh, Howard and Twelfth. 

Sixth— Market, Eleventh, Mission, West Mission and 
Hermann. 

Seventh— Guerrero, Ridley. Valencia, Hermann, 
West Mission and Fourteenth. 

Eighth— Guerrero, Fourteenth, Mission and Six- 
teenth. 

Ninth— Mission, Fourteenth, Natoma, Fifteenth, 
Howard and Sixteenth. 

Tenth — Natoma, Fourteenth, Harrison, Sixteenth, 
Howard and Fifteenth. 

Eleventh— Howard, Sixteenth, Harrison and Nine- 
teenth. 

Twelfth — Hoff Av, Sixteenth, Howard and Seven- 
teenth. 

Thirteenth — Guerrero, Sixteenth, Hoff Av and 
Seventeenth. 

Fourteenth — Guerrero, Seventeenth, Mission and 
Eighteenth. 

Fifteenth— Guerrero, Eighteenth, Mission and 
Nineteenth. 

Sixteenth — Mission, Seventeenth, Howard and 
Nineteenth. 

Seventeenth — Mission, Nineteenth, Harrison, Twen- 
tieth, Howard, Twenty-first, Capp and Twentieth. 

Eighteenth — Guerrero, Nineteenth, Mission and 
Twentieth. 

Nineteenth— Guerrero, Twentieth, Capp and Twen- 
ty-first. 

35tli District. 

Commencing at the point of intersection of the 
center of Howard and Twenty-first streets, continu- 
ing thence along the center of the following named 
streets : Twenty-first to Church, Church to Army, 
Army to Guerrero, Guerrero to Old San Jose Road, 
Old San Jose Road to Thirtieth, Thirtieth to Mission, 
thence along Mission to Telegraph Av or the New 
County Road, thence along said road to the boundary 
line dividing the Counties of San Francisco and San 
Mateo, thence along said boundary line to San Bruno 
Road, thence along San Bruno Road to Colusa, 
Colusa to Precita Av, Precita Av to Army, irmy 
to Howard, Howard to Twenty-first, the place of be. 
ginning. 

PEEOINCT BOtTNDAEIES. 

First— Twenty-first, Howard, Twenty-second and 
Guerrero. 

Second — Twenty-first, Guerrero, Twenty-third, Do- 
lores, Twenty-fourth and Church. 

Third — Twenty-second, Bartlett, Twenty- fourth, 
Dolores, Twenty-third and Guerrero. 

Fourth — Twenty-second, Howard, Twenty-fourth 
and Bartlett. 

Fifth — Twenty-fourth, Howard, Twenty-sixth and 
Valencia. 

Sixth — Twenty-fourth, Valencia, Army and Church. 

Seventh — Twenty-sixth, Howard, Army, Folsom, 
Ripley, Tehama, Coso Av, California Av, Virginia Av, 
Mission, Thirtieth, Old San Jose Road, Guerrero, 
Army and Valencia. 

Eighth — Army, Precita Av, San Bruno Road, Blaine 
Av, Eugenia, Prospect Av, Cortland Av, Mission, 
Virginia, California Av, Coso Av, Tehama, Ripley 
and Folsom. 

Ninth — Blaine Av, San Bruno Road, southern 
boundary of San Francisco County, Telegraph or 
New County Road, Mission, Cortland Av.Prospect Av 
and Eugenia 

36tli District. 

Commencing at the point of intersection at the 
center of Guerrero and Fourteenth streets.continuing 
thence along the center of the following named 
streets: Fourteenth to South Broderick. South Brod- 
erick to Park Road, thence along Park Road to Fred- 
erick, Frederick to First Av, First Av to J, J to Fourth 
Av, Fourth Av to K, K to the waters of the Pacific 
Ocean, along the shore of said ocean to the boundary 
line dividing the Counties of San Mateo and San 
Francisco, thence along the said boundary line to 
New County Road, thence along said road to Mission 
Road, Mission Road to Thirtieth, Thirtieth to Old 
San Jose Road, Old San Jose Road to Guerrero, Guer- 



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roro to Army, Army to Church, Church to Twenty- 
lirst, Twenty-first to Guerrero, Guerrero to Four- 
teeuth, the place of begiuning. 

PHECINCT BOUNDAEIES. 

First — Fourth Av, J, Frederick, Park Av, South 
Broderick, Fourteenth, Noe, Henry, Castro, Eigh- 
teenth, continuing thence westerly to K. 

Second — Castro, Henry, Noe, Fourteenth, Sanchez 
and Seventeenth. 

Third — Sanchez, Fourteenth, Guerrero and Seven- 
teenth. 

Fourth — Dolores, Seventeenth, Guerrero and 
Twenty-first. 

Fiftb — Noe, Seventeenth, Dolores and Twenty-first. 

Sixth — Diamond, Eighteenth, Castro, Seventeenth, 
Noe and Twenty-fourth. 

Seventh — Diamond, Thirtieth, continuing thence 
westerly to V.Pacific Ocean, K, continuing thence 
easterly to Eighteenth. 

Eighth— Diamond, Twenty-fourth, Noe, Twenty- 
first, Church and Clipper. 

Ninth — Diamond, Clipper, Church and Twenty- 
ninth. 

Tenth— Church, Army, Guerrero, San Jose Koad 
and Day street. 

Eleventh — Diamond, Twenty-ninth, Church, Day, 
San Jose Road, Thirtieth, Mission Koad, Telegraph 
or New County Road, Tingley, Alleghany Av.Danton, 
San Jose Av, Castro and Twentieth. 

Twelfth— Telegraph or New County Road, Tingley, 
Alleghany Av, Danton, San Jose Av, Castro,Thirtieth, 
continuing thence westerly to "V, Pacific Ocean and 
and southern boundary line of San Francisco County. 

37tli District. 

Commencing at the point of intersection of the 
center of Market street and Van Ness Av, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named 
streets: Market to Valencia, Valencia to Ridley, 
Ridley to Guerrero, Guerrero to Fourteenth, Four- 
teenth to South Broderick, South Broderick to Park 
Road, around Park Road to Frederick, Frederick to 
First Av, First Av to J, J to Fourth Av, Fourtn Av 
to K, K to the waters of the Pacific Ocean, thence 
along the shore of said ocean northerly to Av D, Av 
D to Stauyan, Stanyan to Grove, Grove to Van Ness 
Av, Van Ness Av to Market, the place of beginning. 

PKECINCT BOirNBAKIES. 

First— Qough, Grove, Van Ness Av and Fell 

Second— Gough, Fell, Van Ness Av, Market, Frank- 
lin and Oak. 

Third — Octavia, Page, Waller and Market. 

Fourth — Octavia, Hickory Av, Gough, Oak, Frank- 
lin and Page. 

Fifth— Octavia, Grove, Gough and Hickory Av. 

Sixth — Buchanan, Grove, Octavia and Linden Av. 

Seventh — Buchanan, Linden Av, Octavia and Lily 
Av. 

Eighth— Webster, Hickory Av, Buchanan, Lily Av, 
Octavia and Waller. 

Ninth— Dolores, Market, Buchanan, Waller, Mar- 
ket, Valencia, Ridley, Guerrero and Fourteenth. 

Tenth— South Broderick, Ridley, Scott, Waller, 
Buchanan, Market, Dolores and Fourteenth. 

Eleventh— Scott, Page, Fillmore, Oak, Webster and 
Waller. 

Twelfth— Fillmore, Grove, Buchanan, Hickory Av, 
Webster and Oak. 

Thirteenth- Devisadero, Fell, Scott, Grove, Fill- 
more end Page. 

Fourteenth— Baker, Grove, Scott, Fell, Devisadero 
and Page. 

Fifteenth— Clayton, Page, Scott, Ridley, Frederick 
and Park Road. 

Sixteenth— Frederick, First Av, J, Fourth Av, K to 
Pacific Ocean, Av D, Stanyan, Grove, Baker, Page 
and Clayton. 

SSth District. 

Commencing at the intersection of Av B and the 
Pacific Ocean, continuing thence along the center 
of the following named streets: Av B to First Av, 
First Av to Turk, Turk to Broderick, Broderick to 
O'Farrell, O'Farrell to Van Ness Av, Van Ness Av to 
Grove, Grove to Stanyan, Stanyan to Av D, Av D to 
the Pacific Ocean, thence along the shore to Av B,the 
place of begiuning. 



PRECINCT BOUNDARIES. 

First— O'Farrell, Van Ness Av, Golden Gate Av and 
Gough. 

Second— Golden Gate Av, Van Ness Av, Fulton and 
Gough. 

Third— Fulton, Van Ness Av, Grove and Laguna. 

Fourth— Eddy, Gough, Fulton and Laguna. 

Fifth— O'Farrell, Gough, Eddy and Buchanan. 

Sixth— Eddy, Laguna, Grove and Buchanan. 

Seventh— Turk, Buchanan, Grove, Webster, McAl- 
lister and Fillmore. 

Eighth— O'Farrell, Buchanan, Turk and Fillmore. 

Ninth— O'Farrell, Fillmore, Turk and Pierce. 

Tenth— O'Farrell, Pierce, Turk and Devisadero. 

Eleventh— Turk, Fillmore, McAllister and Devisa- 
dero. 

Twelfth— McAllister, Webster, Grove and Devisa- 
dero. 

Thirteenth— O'Farrell, Devisadero, Grove, Baker, 
Turk and Broderick. 

Fourteenth— Baker, Grove, Stanyan, D, Pacific 
Ocean, B and Turk. 

.39th District. 

Commencing at the point of intersection of the 
center of Sacramento and Hyde streets, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named 
streets: Hyde to Sutter, Sutter to Jones, Jones to 
Market, Market to Van Ness Av, Van Ness Av to Sac- 
ramento, Sacramento to Hyde, the place of beginning. 

PRECINCT BOUNDARIES. 

First— Van Ness Av, Grove, Larkin, Market and 
Oak. 

Second— Larkin, Golden Gate Av, Jones, Market 
and Hayes. 

Third— Van Ness Av, McAllister, Larkin and Grove. 

Fourth— Van Ness Av, Turk, Larkin and McAllister. 

Fifth— Lrfrkin, Turk, Jones and Golden Gate Av. 

Sixth— Hyde. Eddy, Jones and Turk. 

Seventh— Hyde, O'Farrell, Leavenworth, Ellis, 
Jones and Eddy. 

Eighth— Larkin, O'Farrell, Hyde and Turk. 

Ninth— Van Ness Av, Ellis, Larkin and Turk. 

Tenth— Van Vess Av, Geary, Larkin and Ellis. 

Eleventh— Van Ness Av, Fern Av, Polk, Bush. Lar- 
kin and Geary. 

Twelfth — Larkin, Post, Hyde, Geary, Leavenworth 
and O'Farrell. 

Thirteenth— Leavenworth, Geary, Jones and Ellis. 

Fourteenth— Hyde, Sutter, Jones and Geary. 

Fifteenth— Larkin, Pine, Hyde and Post. 

Sixteenth— Van Ness Av, California, Larkin, Bush, 
Polk and Fern Av 

Seventeenth— VanNess Av, Sacramento, Hyde, Pine, 
Larkin and Callforuia. 

4:0tli District. 

Commencing at the point of Intersection of Av 
B and the waters of the Pacific Ocean, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named 
streets: Avenue B to First Av, First Av to Turk, 
Turk to Broderick, Broderick to O'Farrell, O'Farrell 
tn Van Ness Av, Van Ness Av to Sacramento, Sacra- 
mento to Central Av, Central Av to California, Call- 
fornia to the east line of the City Cemetery, thence 
northerly in a direct line to the Pacific Ocean, thence 
along the shore in a southerly and westerly direction 
to the place of beginning, together with the islands 
known as the Farallone Islands. 

PRECINCT BOUNDARIES. 

First— Octavia, Sacramento, Van Ness Av, Bush 
and Farallone Islands. 

Second — Octavia, Bush, Van Ness Av and O'Farrell. 

Third — Webster, Post, Laguna, Cedar Av. Octavia 
and O'Farrell. 

Fourth— Webster, Bush, Octavia and Cedar Av. 

Fifth — Webster, Sacramento, Octavia and Bush. 

Sixth— Steiuer, Sacramento, Webster, Bush, Fill- 
more and Pine. 

Seventh- Pierce, Bush, Webster, O'Farrell, Stelner 
and Post. 

Eighth— Scott, Sacramento, Steiner, Pine, Fillmore 
and Bush. 

Ninth— Devisadero, Bush, Pierce, Post, Steiner and 
O'Farrell. 

Tenth— Baker, California, Broderick, Sacramento, 
Scott and Bush. 



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Eleventli— Masonic Av, Geary, Baker, Bush, Devis- 
adeio, OTarrell, Broderick and Turk. 

Twelfth — Central Av, Sacramento, Broderick, Cali- 
fornia, Baker and Sutter. 

Thirteenth — First Av, California, Central Av, Sut- 
ter, Baker, Geary, Ferry and southern boundary line 
of Laurel Hill Cemetery. 

Fourteenth — First Av, southern boundary line of 
Laurel Hill Cemetery, Ferry, Geary, Masonic Av and 
Turk. 

Fifteenth— B. Pacific Ocean, California, South Fifth 
Av and First Av. 

4:1st District, 

Commencing at the intersection of Leavenworth 
with the waters of the Bay of San Francisco, contin- 
uing thence along the center of the following named 
streets: Leavenworth to Broadivay, Broadway to 
Hyde, Hyde to Sacramento, Sacramento to Central 
Av, Central Av to California, along California in a 
direct line to its intersection with the east line of the 
City Cemetery, thence northerly in a direct line to 
the waters of the Pacific Ocean, thence along the 
shore of said ocean and the said bay to Leavenworth, 
the place of beginning. 

PEEOINCT BOUNBAETES. 

First — Larkin, Broadway, Hyde and Sacramento. 

Second — Larkin, Green, Leavenworth and Broad- 
■way. 

Third— Larkin, Filbert, Leavenworth and Green. 

Fourth — Van Ness Av, San Francisco Bay, Leaven- 
worth, Filbert, Larkin and Dnion. 

Fifth — Van Ness Av, Union, Larkin and Jackson. 

Sixth — ^Van Ness Av, Jackson, Larkin and Sacra- 
mento. 

Seventh — Webster, Pacific, Van Ness Av, Sacra- 
mento, Buchanan and Washington. 

Eighth — Laguna, Union, Van Ness Av and Pacific. 

Ninth — Fillmore, San Francisco Bay, Van Nesa Av 
and Union. 

Tenth — Steiner, Union, Laguna, Pacific, Webster 
and Washington. 

Eleventh — Steiner, Washington, Buchanan and Sac- 
ramento 

Twelfth — Broderick, Union, Steiner and Sacra- 
mento. 

Thirteenth — San Francisco Bay, Fillmore, Union 
;and eastern and southern boundary of Presidio Reser- 
vation to ocean. 

Fourteenth — Broderick, Sacramento, Central Av, 
■California, Pacific Ocean, thence southerly and east- 
erly to boundary line of Presidio Reservation and 
Union street 

4:2n.a District. 

Commencing at the junction of the center of Market 
and Mason streets, continuing thence along the center 
of the following named streets : Mason to Broadway, 
Broadway to Hyde, Hyde to Sutter, Sutter to Jones, 
Jones to Market, Market to Mason, the place of be- 
ginning 

PBECIN'CT BOUNDAEIES. 

First — Market, Jones, Eddy, Taylor and Turk. 

Second — Taylor, Ellis, Mason and Turk. 

Third — Jones, O'Farrell, Mason, Ellis, Taylor and 
Eddy. 

Fourth — Jones, Post, Taylor and O'Farrell. 

Fifth— Taylor, Post, Mason and O'Farrell. 

Sixth— Jones, Sutter, Taylor, Bush, Mason and Post. 

Seventh— Jones, Sacramento, Mason, Bush. Taylor 
and Sutter. 

Eighth — Hyde, Pine, Leavenworth, California, 
Jones and gutter. 

Ninth — Hyde, Washington, Leavenworth and Pine. 

Tenth — Leavenworth, Washington, Taylor, Sacra- 
mento, Jones and California 

Eleventh— Taylor, Pacific, Mason and Sacramento. 

Twelfth — Hyde, Pacific, Leavenworth, Jackson, 
Taylor and Washington. 

Thirteenth— Hyde, Broadway, Jones, Jackson , Leav- 
enworth and Pacific. 

Fourteenth— Jones, Broadway, Mason, Pacific, Tay- 
lor and Jackson. 

4:3rtl District. 

Commencing at the Intersection of the center of 
Market and Kearny streets, continuing thence along 



the center of the following named streets : Kearny 
to Broadway, Broadway to Mason, Mason to Market, 
Market to Kearny, the place of beginning. 

PEEOINCT BOUNDARIES. 

First— Mason, Ellis, Market and Turk. 

Second— Mason, O'Farrell, Market and Ellis. 

Third— Mason, Sutter, Powell and O'Farrell. 

Fourth —Powell, Post, Grant Av and O'Farrell. 

Fifth— Stockton. Sutter, Kearny, Market, O'Farrell, 
Grant Av and Post. 

Sixth— Mason, Bush, Stockton, Post, Powell and 
Sutter. 

Seventh — Stockton, Bush, Kearny and Sutter. 

Eighth — Stockton, Pine, Kearny and Bush. 

Ninth — Mason, Sacramento, Powell, Pine, Stockton 
and Bush. 

Tenth — Powell, California, Kearny and Pine. 

Eleventh — Powell, Sacramento, Stockton, Clay, 
Kearny and California. 

Twelfth — Powell, Pacific, Trenton, Jackson, Stock- 
ton and Sacramento. 

Thirteenth — Mason, Jackson, Powell and Sacra- 
mento. 

Fourteenth — Mason, Broadway, Powell and Jackson. 

Fifteenth — Powell, Broadway, Dupont and Pacific. 

Sixteenth — Stockton, Jackson, Trenton, Pacific, 
Dupont, Broadway. Kearny and Clay. 

4:4: til District, 

Commencing at the point where the center of 
Kearny street intersects the Bay of San Francisco, 
continuing thence along the center of the following 
named streets ; Kearny to Broadway, Broadway to 
Leavenworth, Leavenworth to the said bay; thence 
along the shore of said bay to Kearny street, the 
place of beginning. 

PEECINCT BOUND AEIES. 

First — Stockton, Vallejo, Kearny and Broadway. 

Second — Dupont, Union, Kearny and Vallejo. 

Third — Stockton, Union, Dupont and Vallejo. 

Fourth— Powell, Filbert, Kearny and Union. 

Fifth — Powell, Greenwich, Kearny and Filbert. 

Sixth— Stockton, San Francisco Bay, Kearny, Green- 
wich, Dupont and Lombard. 

Seventh— Powell, San Francisco Bay, Stockton, 
Lombard, Dupont and Greenwicn. 

Eighth— Taylor, San Francisco Bay, Powell. Lom- 
bard, Mason and Francisco. 

Ninth — Mason, Lombard, Powell and Union, 

Tenth — Taylor, Lombard, Mason and Union. 

Eleventh— ^Taylor, Union, Stockton and Green. 

Twelfth— Taylor, Green. Stockt-in and Vallejo. 

Thirteenth— Taylor, Vallejo, Stockton and Broad- 
way. 

Fourteenth— Leavenworth, Union, Taylor and 
Broadway. 

Fifteenth— Leavenworth. Lombard, Taylor and 
Union. 

Sixteenth— Leavenworth, San Francisco Bay, Tay- 
lor, Francisco, Mason and Lombard. 

4:5tli District. 

Commencing at a point where the center of Market 
street intersects the Bay of San Francisco, continuing 
thence along the center of the following named 
streets: Market to Kearny, Kearny to the Bay of San 
Francisco; thence along the shore of said bay to 
Market street, the place of beginning; together with 
all the waters of the bay of San Francisco and the 
islands contained therein situated within the bound- 
aries of the City and County of San Francisco. 

PRECINCT BOUNDAEIES. 

First— Kearny, Bush, Montgomery, Sutter, Sansome 
Market and Geary. 

Second— Kearny, Pine, Davis, Market, Sutter, 
Montgomery and Bush. 

Third— Leidesdorff, Sacramento, Davis, Clay, East 

Fourth— Kearny, California, Montgomery, Sacra 
mento, Leidesdorff and Pine. 

Fifth— Kearny. Clay, Montgomery and California. 

Sixth— Kearny, Washington. Sansome, Sacramento 
Montgomery and Clay. 

Seventh— Kearny, Montgomery Av, Jackson, Mont 
gomery. Gold, Sansome and Washington. 

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r Ninth— Davis, Washington, San Francisco Bay and 
Clay. 

Tenth— Davis, Pacific, San Francisco Bay and Wash- 
InRton ; also Alcatraz and Verba Buena Islands. 

Eleventh — Battery, Green, San Francisco Bay and 
Pacific. 

Twelfth— Montgomery, Broadway, Battery, Pacific, 
Sansouie and Gold. 

Thirteenth— Kearny, Broadway, Montgomery, Jack- 
sou and Montgomery Av. 

Fourteenth— Kearny, Green, Montgomery and 
Broadway. 

Fifteenth — Montgomery, Green, Battery and Broad- 
way. 

Sixteenth— Kearuy, Filbert, Montgomery, Union, 
Sansome and Green. 

Seventeeuth — Kearny, San Francisco Bay, Green, 
Sansome, Union, Montgomery and Filbert. 



WAKD BOUND AEIES. 



FnisT Ward. — Bounded by the waters of the Bay of 
San Francisco on the north and east ; by the north 
line of Washington street on the south ; by the east 
line of Kearuy street on the west; including the 
islands in the bay. 

Second Wakd.— Bounded by the waters of the Bay 
of San Francisco on the north ; by the west line of 
Kearny street on the east ; by the north line of Val- 
lejo street on the south ; by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Thikd Ward. — Bounded by the south line of Wash- 
ington street on the north ; by the waters of the Bay 
of San Francisco and tne northerly line of Market 
street on the east ; by the north line of California 
street on the south, and the east line of Kearny street 
oa the west. 

FouKTH Ward. — Bounded by the south line of Val- 
lejo street on the north ; by the west line of Kearny 
street on the east ; by the north line of Washington 
street on the south, and by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Fifth Ward.— Bounded by the south line of Cali- 
fornia street on the north ; by the northerly line of 
Market street on the southeast, and by the east line 
of Kearny street on the west. 

Sixth Ward. — Bounded by the south line of Wash- 
ington street on the north ; by the west line of 
Kearny street on the east ; by the north line of Pine 
street on the south, and by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Seventh Ward. — Bounded by the southerly line of 
Market street on the northwest ; by the waters of the 
Bay of San Francisco on the northeast ; by the north- 
erly line of Harrison street on the southeast, and by 
the easterly line of Second street on the southwest. 

Eighth Ward. — Bounded by the south line of Pine 
street on the north ; by the west line of Kearuy street 
on the east ; by the northerly line of Market street 
on the southeast, and by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Ninth Ward.— Bounded by the southerly line of 
Harrison street on the northwest ; by the waters of 
the Bay of San Francisco on the northeast and east ; 
by the northerly line of Channel street on the fiouth- 
east, and by the easterly line of Seventh street on the 
southwest. 

Tenth Ward.— Bounded by the southerly line of 
Market street on the northwest ; by tne westerly line 
of Second street on the northeast ; by the northerly 
line of Harrison street on the southeast, and by the 
easterly line of Seventh street on the southwest. 

Eleventh Ward. — Bounded by the southerly line 
of Ridley street, the southerly line of Ridley street 
produced due west to the Pacific Ocean, the southerly 
line of Market street, the westerly line of Seventh 
street and the southerly line of Channel street on the 
north ; by the waters of the Bay of San Francisco on 
the east ; by the southerly line of the City and County 
of San Francisco on the south, and by the waters of 
the Pacific Ocean on the west. • 

Twelfth Ward.— Bounded by the waters of the 
Pacific Ocean and the waters of the Bay of San Fran- 
cisco on the north ; by the west line of Larkin street 
on the east ; by the northerly line of Market street, 
the north line of Ridley and the north line of Ridley 
street produced due west to the Pacific Ocean on the 
south, and by the waters of the Pacific Ocean on the 
west. 



Police Department. 

Commissioners.— Robert J. Tobiu (President) Wil- 
liam Alvord, Daniel M. Burns and the Chief of 
Police (ex officio) ; William E. Hall. Clerk. 

Chief of Police.— PATRICK CROWLEY. 

Clerk to Chief of Police. — William E. Hall. 

Property Clerk. — W^illiam Cullen. 

Captains of Police. — Isaiah W. Lees, William Y. 
Douglass, John Short, A. W. Stone, and Andrew 
J. Dunlevy. 

Detectives. — G. D. Harper, Joseph Bee, Benjamin 
F. Bohen, Daniel Coffey, J. R. Rogers, Edward Byram, 
Arnop Bainbridge, Robert Hogan, Christopher C. 
Cox, Raymond M. Silvey, William Glennon and John 
F. Seymour. 

Sergeants. — George W. Harman, Abraham Sharp, 
J. W. Shields, W. Price, John Spillane, Edward Cohrn, 
Michael Fitzgerald, Gideon ThomiJson, William L. 
Coles, Henry S. Healey, H. H. Colby, Thomas D. Barn- 
stead, Thomas Flanders, Bernard Harter, Hugh Mon- 
aghan, George Birdsall, C. H. Witham, John Duncan, 
Charles Nash, C. Martin, J. W. Gillin, James F. 
Moran, M. Lindheimer, Richard BidwiU, George W. 
Bennett, William F. Burke, Josiah Johns, George W. 
Wittman, Thomas Mahoney, John Avan, James H. 
Helms, Fred. T. Brown, M. Murphy, Thomas W^ 
Bethel, T. D. McKenna, Stephen Banner, A. J. Hough- 
taling and Patrick J. Tobin. 

CoRPORAXs. — P. S. Hagerty, John C. Ayres, John 
M. Fitzgibbon, Henry Blair, Edward M. Egan, John 
Burke, Jacob Lerman, Rolaert L. Cockrill, John 
Heaney, John Parotte, Henry H. Handley and Koscoe 
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Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph. 



SUPEHINTENDENT.— "WILLIAM H. TOBPEY 
Operators.— William R. Hewitt, F. E. Haskell, 
Frank Bishop. 

SIGNAL BOX STATIONS. 

2— S. W. comer Mason and Lombard. 

3— S. E. corner Stockton and Greenwich. 

4 — N. W. corner Sansome and Greenwich, 

5— N. E. corner Battery and Union. 

6 — S. E. corner Montgomery and Green. 

7 — S. E. corner Kearny and Union. 

8 S. W. corner Powell and Union 

9 — N. E. corner Dupont and Vallejo. 
12 — S. W. corner California and Kearny. 
13 — s. W. comer Front and Broadway. 
14_S. W. corner Stockton and Broadway. 
15_S. w. corner Clay and East. 
16— N. W. comer Mason and Pacific. 
17 — N. E. corner Kearny and Pacific. 

18 N. E. comer Sansome and Jackson. 

19_N. E. corner Davis and Washington. 

21— S. E. corner Clay and Kearny. 

23— S. E. comer Taylor and Clay. 

24 — S. E. comer Clay and Powell. 

25_N. W. corner Washington and Dupont. 

26— S. E. corner Clay and Battery. 

27— N. W. corner Montgomery and Commercial. 

28— N. W. corner Pine and Dupont. 

29— N. W. corner Stockton and California. 

31_N. W. corner Sansome and Halleck. 

32— N. E. corner California and Drumm. 

34_S. W. corner Mission and Steuart. 

35— S. E. comer Montgomery and Pine. 

36 — N. W. comer Folsom and Steuart. 

37— N. E. comer Battery and Bush. 

38— s. W. corner Market and Second. 

39— S. E. comer Howard and Spear. 

41— N. W. corner Sutter and Jones. 

42— S. E. comer Geary and Mason. 

43— O'Farrell, near Grant Av. 

45— S. E. corner O'Farrell and Jones. 

46— N. W. corner Kearny and Sutter. 

47_S. w. comer Eddy and Powell. 

48— S. W. comer Geary and Kearny. 

49— N. W. comer Stockton and Sutter. 

51— N. W. corner Folsom and Beale. 



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52 — S. W. corner Mission and Fremont. 

63— N. side King bet Second and Third. 

54 — Second and Howard. 

66 — South side Bryant, west of First. 

67 — N. W. corner Brannan and Second. 

58— N. W. corner Folsom and First. 

59 — First and Brannan 

61 — S. W. corner Howard and Third. 

62 — S. W. corner Mission and Fourth. 

63 — N. W. corner Harrison and Fourth. 

6i — S. W. corner Howard and Fifth. 

65 — S. W. corner Blission and Sixth. 

67 — N. E. corner Harrison and Hawthorne. 

68 — N. E. corner Brannan and Fourth. 

69 — N. W. corner Bryant and Third. 

71 — S. W. corner Mission and Eleventh. 

72 — S. E. corner Mission and Thirteenth. 

73 — S. E. corner Howard and Eighth. 

74 — Sixteenth and Albion Av 

75 — N. W. corner Jones and McAllister. 

76 — S. W. corner Market and Hayes^ 

78 — N. E. corner Folsom and Ninth. 

79 — S. E. corner Folsom and Twelfth. 

81— S. W. corner Franklin and Hayes. 

82 — N. E. corner Fulton and Gough. 

83 — N. E. corner Octavia and Oak. 

64 — Valencia and Market. 

85 — S. E. corner Laguna and Hayes. 

86 — S. W. corner Oak and "Van Ness Avenue 

91 — N. E. corner Hyde and Turk. 

92 — S. E. corner Franklin and Turk. 

D3 — N. E. corner Jones and Turk. 

94— S. E. corner Polk and Ellis. 

95 — N. W. corner Taylor and Golden Gate Avenue 

96— S. W. corner Ellis and Taylor. 

97— S. E. corner McAllister and Polk. 

98 — N. W. corner Stockton and Ellis. 
123 — S. W. corner Hyde and Union. 
124 — North Point and Larkin 
125 — N. W. corner Filbert and Jones. 
126 — S. E. corner Hyde and Washington. 
127— S. E. corner Broadway and Polk. 
128 — S. E. comer Clay and Leavenworth. 
129 — N. W. corner Pacific and Leavenworth. 
132 — S. W. corner Pine and Mason. 
134 — S. E. corner Bush and Hyde. 
135— S. E. corner Bush and Polk. 
136 — N. E. corner Post and Van Ness Avenue. 
137— S. W. corner Post and Larkin. 
138 — S. W. corner California and Larkin. 
139— S. E. corner O'Farrell and Hyde. 
142 — N. E. corner Valencia and Twentieth. 
143— N. E. corner Mission and Twenty-second. 
145 — N. W. corner Folsom and Twenty-second 
146 — N. E. corner Folsom and Sixteenth. 
147 — N. E. corner Howard and Twentieth. 
148 — N. E. corner Mission and Sixteenth. 
149 — J5 . E. corner Folsom and Eighteenth. 
152 — N. W. corner Brannan and Eighth. 
153 — N. W. corner Harrison and Seventh. 
154— N. W. corner Bryant and Sixth. 
156 — N. E. corner Fourth and Berry. 
157 — N. W. corner Folsom and Fourth. 
158— N. W. corner Folsom and Fifth. 
159— N. W. comer Folsom and Sixth. 
162— S. E. corner Pacific and Franklin. 
163 — S. E. corner Sacramento and Franklin. 
164— S. E. comer Clay and Polk. 
172— S. E. corner McAllister and Buchanan. 
173 — S. W. corner Ellis and Buchanan. 
174 — N. E. corner Turk and Fillmore. 
175 — N. E. corner Grove and Webster. 
176 — N. W. corner Post and Octavia. 
178 — N. W. corner. Buchanan and Geary. 
179— O'Farrell and Gough. 
182— N. E. corner Sixth and Townsend. 
183— S. E. corner Mission and Eighth. 
184— Folsom, east of Eighth. 
185 — N. E. corner Tenth and Harrison. 
186— Fifth and Bryant. 
187— S. E. corner Bryant and Ninth. 
192 — S. W. corner Francisco and Mason. 
193— S. W. corner Hyde and Chestnut. 
194 — N. W. corner Stockton and Francisco. 
213 — S. W. corner Bush and Buchanan. 
214 — S. E. corner Bush and Steiner. 
215 — S. W. corner Washington and Webster. 
216 — S. E. corner Sacramento and Fillmore. 
217 — S. E. corner Bush and Devisadero. 
218— N. E. corner Post and Fillmore. 



219— S. E. corner Filbert and Fillmore. 

231— N. W. corner Howard and Twenty-fourth. 

234 — N. W. corner Harrison and Twenty-fourth. 

235 — S. W. Twenty-second and Potrero Avenue. 

236 — N. E. corner Mission and Twenty-sixth. 

237 — S. W. corner Twenty-second and Dolores. 

238— N. E. corner Santa Clara and Potrero Avenue. 

239 — N. W. corner Butte and Bryant. 

241 — S. E. corner Gough and Bush. 

243— N. W. corner Clay and Scott. 

245— S. W. corner Geary and Steiner. 

246 — S. E. corner Geary and Devisadero. 

247— N. W. corner Turk and Scott. 

248 — N. E. corner Devisadero and Fulton. 

249— McAllister and Lott. 

251 — N. E. corner Broadway and Octavia 

253 — N. E. corner Union and Laguna 

254 — N. E. corner Union and Pierce. 

256 — S. E. corner Fillmore and Pacific. 

257 — Fillmore and Chestnut 

258 — Pacific and Pierce. 

261 — S. W. corner Stevenson and Ecker. 

263 — N. E. corner Main and Bryant. 

264— N. E. corner California and Front. 

265 — Main and Mission. 

267— Market and Beale. 

271 — S. W. corner Seventeenth and Church. 

273— Eighteenth, east of Castro. 

274 — N. W corner Twent-fourth and Guerrero. 

275— N. E. corner Twenty-fourth and Church. 

276 — S. W. corner Valencia and Eighteenth. 

278— Castro and Twenty-fourth. 

279— Mission and Nineteenth. 

281 — San Bruno Koad and Twenty-eighth. 

283 — Corner Twenty-eighth and Church. 

284 — N. W. corner Twentv-ninth and Mission. 

285— S. W. corner Twenty-fifth and Florida. 

286— N. E. corner Twenty-fourth and York. 

287— Sanchez and Twenty-ninth. 

289— Pest House. 

291— S. W. corner Jones and Vallejo. 

293 — Jackson and Stockton. 

294 — Sacramento and Waverly 

312 — N. E. corner Jackson and Laguna. 

314 — S. E. corner California and Laguna. 

321 — S. E. corner Pierce and California. 

324 — S. E. corner Sacramento and Broderick. 

325— S. E. corner California and Central Avenue. 

326 — S. E. corner Sutter and Baker. 

327 — N. W. corner Geary and Boyce. 

328— Geary and Wood. 

341 — S. W. corner Ellis and Pierce. 

342— S. E. corner Golden Gate Avenue and Octavia. 

351— N. W. corner Montgomery and Broadway. 

352— North Point Sea Wall. 

361 — S. E. corner Eidley and Guerrero. 

362— N. W. corner Noe and Fifteenth. 

364— S. E. corner Howard and Fourteenth. 

365 — Corner Alameda and Channel. 

367 — Eighteenth and Clara Avenue. 

368-Market and Fourteenth. 

371 — N. E. corner Sutter and Mason. 

372 — S. E. corner Post and Leavenworth. 

874 — Pine and Jones. 

381- S. E. corner Haight and Buchanan. 

382— N. W. corner Fillmore and Waller. 

384— N. E. corner Webster and Oak. 

385— S. E. corner Haight and Scott. 

386— Devisadero and Oak. 

387 — Broderick and Hayes. 

391 — Ashbury, near Frederick. 

412— Lobos and Third Avenues. 

415 — Clement and Twelfth Avenue. 

416 — Fulton and First Avenue. 

425 — Baker and Greenwich. 

426— Harbor View. 

431 — Cherry and Sacramento. 



SOUTH SAN FBANOISCO BRANCH. 

2 — Twenty-eighth and San Bruno Road. 
3 — N. E. corner Honduras and Kentucky. 
4 — S, W. corner Teneriffe and St. John. 
5 — E. side Kentucky, bet Sierra and Nevada. 
6 — S. W. corner Butte and Kentucky. 
7 — S. W. corner Yazoo and St. Thomas. 
8 — Michigan, bet Sierra and Nevada. 
9 — Napa, bet Michigan and Georgia. 
12 — Corner Railroad and Eleventh Avenues. 



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SAN FEAN CISCO DIEECTORY. 



Fire Department. 

The Paid Fire Department of the City and County 
of San Francisco was organized December 'S, 1806. 
c:^ The present force consults of four liundred and 

P— I two oflicers and men (including the Board of En- 
^*-^ gineers, the Clerk and Messenger of the Board of 
Fire Commis-siouers, the Veterinary Surgeon, and em- 
ployees at the Corporation Yard) , eighteen steamers, 
to each of which is attached a hose reel, six chem- 
ical engines, seven hose carriages, five hook and ladder 
trucks and one water tower ; also six steamers, foiir 
hose reels, and two hook and ladder truck in reserve 
at the Corporation Yard, the condition of which is as 
fully kept up to the standard required as that of the 
apparatus in active service. Eacli steamer and hook 
and ladder truck is drawn by two horses, and the hose 
carriages by one each. Number of horses in the De- 
partment, one hundred and one. , 

Expenditures for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 
1891.— Total cost of department, $369,011.02. 

BoAitD OF FntE CoMMissiONEEs. — Mauricc Schmitt, 
President; A. J. Jlartiu, F. G. Edwards, Fisher Ames 
and Samuel H. Brown; George F. Maxwell, Clerk ; M. 
L. Spinetti, Messenger. 

Officers.— Dennis T, Sullivan, Chief Engineer; John 
Dougherty and George W. Kennard, Assistant Chief 
Engineers; John Wills, District Engineer ; P. H. 
Shaughnessy, Edward F. McKittrick, Michael J. 
Dolan and George Walsh, Assistant Engineers : John 
W. Reilly, Superintendent of Engines ; John Kenny, 
Assistant Superintendent of Engines ; Peter Burns, 
Veterinary Surgeon ; John Steltz, Corporation Yard 
Clerk; Robert Harris, Corporation Y'ard Drayman ; 
George Ryan and Henry Rice, Hydrantmen; William 
Ayers, Carpenter ;H. H. Gorter, Substitute Engineer 
and Machinist; Timothy Shea and Hugh McCue, Cor- 
poration Yard Watchmen. 

Steamee No. 1.— Located 419 Pacific street. Fore- 
man, James Conniff. 

Steamer No. 2.— Located 412 Bush street. Fore- 
man, John Fay. 

Steamee No. 3.— Located on the south side of Cali- 
fornia street, between Leavenworth and Hyde. Fore- 
man, James Britt. 

Steamer No. 4.— Located 144 Second street. Fore- 
man, Thomas Mcllwain. 

Steamer No. 5.— Located 1219 Stockton street- 
Foreman, John J. Mahoney. 

Steamer No. 6.— Located 311 Sixth street. Fore- 
man, William Kilday. 

Steamer No. 7.— Located on the north side of Six. 
teenth street, between Valencia and Guerrero Fore- 
man, John O'Neil. 

Steamer No. 8.— Located Pacific avenue, between 
Polk and Van Ness avenue. Foreman, James Grady. 

Steamer No. 9.— Located 320 Main street. Fore- 
man, James W. Buchanan. 

Ste^uvier No. 10.— Located on Bryant street be- 
tween Third and Fourth. Foreman, James D. Len'non. 

Steamer No. 11.— Located on Tenerifi'e, near Rail- 
road avenue. South San Francisco. Foreman John 
Maholy. ' 

Steamer No. 12. — Located southwest corner of 
Drumm and Commercial streets. Foreman, Isidore M 
Guermendez. 

Ste.\mer No. 13.— Located Valencia street, between 
Twenty-filth and Twenty-sixth streets. Foreman 
John Windrow. ' 

Steamer No. 14.— Located south side of McAllister 
between Buchanan and Webster streets. Foreman' 
William Kelly. ' 

Steamer No. 15.— Located on the north side of Cal- 
ifornia street, between Laguna and Buchanan. Fore- 
man, Patrick Barry. 

Steamer No. 16.— Located Tennessee street be 
tween Sierra and Napa. Foreman, Patrick McCor- 
mick. 

Steamer No. 17.— LocatedTMint avenue near Fifth 
Foreman, John Doherty. 

Steamer No. 18.— Located Duncan street, between I 
cnurch and Sanchez. Foreman, H. F. Horn. I 



Chemical Engine No. 1.— Located southwest corner 
of Mission and New Montgomery streets. Foreman^ 
Thomas Fernandez. 

Che.mical Engine No. 2.— Located south side Mar- 
ket, between Tenth and Eleventh. Foreman, J. J. 
Conlon. 

Chemic.vl Engine No. 3.— Located Second avenue,, 
between Point Lobou and Clement. Foreman George 
Bailey. 

Chemical Engine No. 4.— Located on the north 
side California street, between Laguna and Buchanan. 

Chemical Engine No. 5.— Located Pacific between 
Jones and Leavenworth. 

Chemical Engine No. 6.— Located Folsom and 
Twenty-second streets. 

Hose No. 1.— Located 112 Jackson street. Foreman. 
Sylvester Sullivan. 

Hose No. 2.— Located on Post street, near Fillmore. 
Foreman, Cornelius Shine. 

Hose No. 3.— Located on Folsom street, near 
Twenty-second. Foreman, Isaac V. Denniston. 

Hose No. 4.— Located 1802 Stockton street. Fore- 
man, James Derham. 

Hose No. 5.— Located 120 Waller street. Foreman, 
James Riley. 

Hose No. 8.— Located on Filbert street, between 
Fillmore and Webster. Foreman, James Smith. 

Hose No. 9.— (Fireboat, Governor Irwin). Located 
Market Street Wharf, foot of Market. Foreman^ 
Thomas Coleman. 

Hook and Ladder No. 1.— Located 22 O'Farrell 
street. Foreman, John Logan 

Hook and Ladder No. 2.— Located 627 Broad- 
way. Foreman, William Finnigan. 

Hook and Ladder No. 3.— Located on the south 
side of Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh. 
Foreman, William Waters. 

Hook and Ladder No. 4.— Located on the north 
side of Pacific street, between Jones and Leaven- 
worth. Foreman, J. W. Kentzel. 

Hook and Ladder No. 5.— Located on Post street, 
near Fillmore. Foreman, F. W. Becker. 



Fire Patrol. 

Established in May, 1875, by the Board of Fire Un- 
derwriters. It is conducted on the same principle 
as the one in successful operation in New York City. 
The apparatus consists of wagons carrying rubber 
covers, fire extinguishers, ladders, and other appli- 
ances for extinguishing fires, saving life, and protect- 
ing property from damage by water. The force con- 
sists of sixteen men, including the Captain, who are 
on duty day and night. There are two stations. No. 
1, located lOG-lOS Jessie street, and No. 2, northeast 
corner of Eddy and Polk streets. Telegraph wires ex- 
tend from Station No. 1 to the office of the American 
District Telegraph Co., and also to the Palace and 
Grand Hotels and Hoffman House. 

Station No. 1.— Members— John F. O. Comstock. 
Captain; Christopher Lee, Lieutenant; A. D. Yost' 
J. Springer, A. C. Bates, Robert Ripley, Frank James 
and T. M. Gay Piivates. 

Station No. 2, corner Eddy and Polk.— Members- 
Charles H. Okell, Lieutenant ; Samuel Bantler, Emil 
Cranert, A. G. Stroh, R. Elinger and G. B. Larose 
Privates. 

Fire Marshal.— Charles Towe (appointed by th& 
Board of Underwriters) . Office, New City Hall. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1892, there 
were 74 schools, employing 897 teachers, and having an 
enrolled attendance of 46,172 pupils, of whom 24 417 
were boys, and 21,755 girls. By the report of the 
School Census Marshal, June 30, 1892, the number of 
youth in the city between five and seventeen who are 
entitled to draw school money is 63,933. The number 



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attending school (public, private and church schools 
inclusive) during the year (including Chinese) was 
48,771. The number between live and seventeen years 
of age (including Chinese) who have not attended 
school at any time during the year was 15,162. The 
enrollment at the different schools was as follows: 
High schools— Boys, 481 ; girls, 870 ; total, 1,351. Com- 
mercial school, 501 ; Grammsir and Primary schools, 
39,939; Evening schools, 4,381— Total, 40,172. The 
financial condition of the Department is repre- 
sented as follows : For the year ending June 30, 
1892, total current expenses, $1.02H.689 46. Paid 
teachers' salaries, S821,227 98. Teachers' salaries, 
50 per cent., June 1889, S31,778 50. Teachers' salar- 
ies, 62 J^ per cent., June, 1891, $40,370 65. Total, .$72,- 
149 15. Total amount of warrants drawn, 1^1,098,- 
838 61. 

Note. — During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1892, 
the teachers were paid the back salaries due them 
for June, 1889, and June, 1891, amounting to .$72, 
149 15. 

EVENING SCHOOLS.— Number of pupils enrolled 
during the year 4,381. The terms and holidays are 
the same as those of the day schools. The studies are 
reading, ai'ithmetic, penmanship and composition or 
letter-writing, bookkeeping, industrial drawing, 
mathematics, etc., and in the Lincoln Evening School 
a Spanish and a High School class is also taught. 
The Evening Schools are held in the following school 
buildings: Lincoln Grammar, Washington Grammar, 
Commercial High, Hamilton Grammar, Horace Mann 
Grammar and Potrero Primary. 

SCHOOL HOUSES.— The total number of build- 
ings used by the Department is 81 , of which 68 are 
owned by the city and 13 rented. Of those owned by 
the Department, 7 are of brick and 61 are of wood. 
The amount paid for rent, $5,800 35. 

BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, north side Sut- 
ter street, between Gough and Octavia. Pupils en- 
rolled, 506 ; average attendance, 452. 

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, east side Scott 
between Geary and O'Farrell. Pupils enrolled, 529; 
average attendance, 458. 

COMMERCIAL HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, Bush 
near Stockton. Pupils enrolled, 456 ; average attend- 
ance, 402. 

BROADWAY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Broadway street, between Powell and 
Mason. Pupils enrolled, 779 ; average attendance, 608. 

CLEMENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Geary 
street, between Jones and Leavenworth. Pupils en- 
rolled, 776 ; average attendance, 650. 

CROCKER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. —Location, Page 
street near Baker. Pupils enrolled, 535 ; ^^average 
attendance, 418. 

DENMAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, north- 
west corner Bush and Taylor streets. Pupils enrolled, 
795; average attendance, 655. 

FRANKLIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Eighth street, between Harrison and Bryant. 
Pupils enrolled, 689 ; average attendance, 580. 

HAMILTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, south 
side Geary street, near Pierce. Pupils enrolled, 737 ; 
average attendance, C67. 

HEARST GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location corner 
Hermann and Fillmore. Pupils enrolled, 784 ; aver- 

HORACE MANN' GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location 
east side of Valencia street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third. Pupils enrolled, 814; average 
attendance, 757. 

JAMES LICK GRAMMAR SCHOOL. — Location 
southeast corner Noe and Temple streets. Pupils 
enrolled, 760; average attendance, 583. 

JOHN SWETT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side McAllister street, between Franklin and 
Gough. Pupils enrolled, 902 ; average attendance, 
779. 

LINCOLN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, east 
Bide Fifth street, near Market. Pupils enrolled, 
999 ; average attendance, 554. 

MISSION GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Mission 
street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Pupils en- 
rolled, 654 ; average attendance, 582. 



NORTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— 
Location, north side Filbert street, between Jones, 
and Taylor. Pupils enrolled, 572 ; average attend- 
ance, 476. 

PACIFIC HEIGHTS GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, north side Jackson street, between Webster and 
Fillmore. Pupils enrolled, 921 ; average attendance, 
757. 

RINCON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Silver 
street, between Second and Third. Pupils enrolled, 
552 ; average attendance, 433. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— 
Location, Eddy street, between Polk and Van Ness 
aveniie. Pupils enrolled, 937; average attendance, 
819. 

SPRING VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, south side Broadway street, between Larkin and 
Polk. Pupils enrolled, 711 ; average attendance, 607. 

WASHINGTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, 
southwest corner Washington and Mason streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 564 ; average attendance, 487. 

AGASSIZ PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Bart- 
lett street, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third. 
Pupils enrolled, 578; average attendance, 477. 

BERNAL HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, Cortland avenue, near Moultrie. Pupils enrolled, 
258 ; average attendance, 206. 

BUENA VISTA PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
York street, between Solano and Butte. Pupils en- 
rolled, 201 ; average attendance, 151. 

CHINESE PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location 916 Clay 
street. Pupils enrolled, 77 ; average attendance, 72. 

CLEVELAND PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Har- 
rison street between Tenth and Eleventh. Pupils 
enrolled, 501 ; average attendance, 388. 

COLUMBIA PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location Colum- 
bia street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
streets. Pupils enrolled 636; average attendance,494. 

COOPER PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south 
side Greenwich street, between Jones and Leaves- 
worth. Pupils enrolled, 619 ; average attendance 524. 

DOUGLASS PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location corner 
Douglass and 18th streets. Pupils enrolled, 168 ; aver- 
age attendance, 121. 

EDISON PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location corner 
Hill and Church streets. Pupils enrolled, 458 ; aver- 
age attendance, 363. 

EMERSON PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north- 
east corner Pine and Scott streets. Pupils enrolled, 
629 ; average attendance, 505. 

EVERETT PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, San- 
chez street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Pupils 
enrolled, 689 ; average attendance, 549. 

FAIRBIOUNT PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Che- 
nery street, near Randall. Pupils enrolled, 549 ; av- 
erage attendance, 426. 

FREMONT PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location north 
side McAllister street between Baker and Broderick 
streets. Pujjils enrolled, 355 ; average attendance, 
288. 

GARFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north 
side Union street, between Montgomery and Kearny. 
Pupils enrolled, 583 ; average attendance, 467. 

GOLDEN GATE PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Golden Gate avenue, between Pierce and 
Scott. Pupils enrolled, 400 ; aver" ge attendance, 316. 

GRANT PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north east 
corner Post and Taylor streets. Pupils enrolled, 148 ; 
average attendance. 111. 

HAIGHT PRIMARY SCHOOL —Location, west 
side Mission street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
>sixth. Pupils enrolled, 588; average attendance, 478. 

HARRISON PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north 
side Grove street, between Larkin and Polk, Pu- 
pils enrolled, 450 ; average attendance, 341. 

HAWTHORNE PRIMARY SCHOOL. — Location, 
east side Shotwell street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third. Pupils enrolled, 426 ; average at- 
tendance, 336. 



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HENRY DURANT PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
south side Turk strtet, between V\"eb.stcr and Bu- 
chanan. Pupils enrolled, fl2(i ; average attendance, 511. 

HUMBOLDT PRIMARY SCHOOL. — Location, 
Golden Gate avenue near Hyde street. Pupils en- 
rolled, 600 ; average attendance, 4.55. 

IRVING PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north side 
Broadway street, between Montgomery and Sansome. 
Pupils enrolled, -159 : average attendance, 344. 

JEFFERSON PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south 
side Tcliama street, near First. Pupils enrolled, 
49:i ; average attendance, 371. 

LAFAYETTE PRIMARY SCHOOL. — Location, 
northwest corner Filbert and Kearny streets. Pupils 
enrolled, 435 ; average attendance, 340. 

LAGUNA HONDA PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
.Seventh avenue and I, near Laguna Honda. Pui)ils 
enrolled 38 ; average attendance, 29. 

LE CONTE PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, west 
side Powell street, between Washington and Jackson. 
I'miils enrolled, 429 ; average attendance, 349. 

LONGFELLOW PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Silver street, between Second and Third. 
Pupils enrolled, 596 ; average attendance, 468. 

MADISON PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Clay 
street between Laurel and Walnut. Pupils enrolled, 
202 ; average attendance, 156. 

MARSHALL PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, -west 
side Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Pupils enrolled, 774; average attendance, 627. 

MONROE PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, near 
Five-Mile House, San Jose Road. Pupils enrolled, 
177; average attendance, 132. 

MOULDER PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, corner 
Page and Gough streets. Pupils enrolled, 555; aver- 
age attendance, 433. 

NOE AND TWENTY-SIXTH STREET PRIMARY 
SCHOOL. — Location, corner Noe and Twenty-sixth 
streets. Pupils enrolled, 140; average attendance, 
112.9. 

OCEAN HOUSE PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
San Miguel Road, near Ocean House Road. Pupils 
enrolled, 12 ; average attendance, 9. 

PACIFIC AVENUE PRIMARYSCHOOL— Location, 
Pacific avenue, between Broderick and Baker. Pupils 
enrolled, 134 : average attendance, 118.7. 

PEABODY PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, West 
Mission street, between Hermann and Ridley. Pupils 
enrolled, 587 ; average attendance, 455. 

POTRERO PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Minnesota, between Sierra and Napa streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 615; average attendance, 468. 

REDDING PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south- 
west corner Pine and Larkin streets. Pupils enrolled, 
472 ; average attendance, 377. 

RICHMOND PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, First 
avenue, near Point Lobes avenue. Pupils enrolled, 
310 ; average attendance, 234. 

SHERIDAN PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Ocean 
View. Pupils enrolled, 166; average attendance, 121. 

SHERMAN PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south 
Gide Union street, between Franklin and Gough. Pu- 
pils enrolled, 392 ; average attendance, 298. 

SOUTH END PRIMARY SCHOOL. — Location, 
Williams street, near Henry. Pupils enrolled, 158; 
average attendance, 116. 

SOOTH SAN FRANCISCO PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
— Location, southwest corner Fourteenth avenue and 
L street. Pupils enrolled, 515 ; average attendance, 
418. 

STANFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Eighth street, between Harrison and Bryant.' 
Pupils enrolled, 383 ; average attendance, 297. 

STARR KING PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Bry- 
ant street, near Sixth. Pupils enrolled, 606 ; average 
attendance, 482. 

SUTRO PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Nineteenth 
avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. Pupils enrolled, 
C8 ; average attendance, 49. 



WEBSTER PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Fifth street, near Market. Pupils enrolled, 903 
average attendance, 724. 

WEST END PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, San 
Jose Road, near Six-Mile House. Pupils enrolled, 
80 ; average attendance, 65. 

WHITTIER PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north 
side Harrison street, between Fourth and Fifth. 
Pupils enrolled, 997 ; average attendance, 775. 

WINFIELD SCOTT PRIMARY SCHOOL. — Loca- 
tion, north side Lombard street, between Baker and 
Broderick. Pupils enrolled, 175 ; average attend- 
ance, 125. 



Colleges and Private Schools. 

Notwthstanding the excellence of the free public 
schools of the city and State, their exemption from 
direct cost to the pupil or parent, and the great in- 
terest taken in them by the public as the nurse and 
strength of our free institutions, colleges and ijrivate 
schools of great wealth, popularity and importance 
rise and prosper. That such institutions exist, shows 
the great interest taken in educational matters. The 
public and private systems are rivals, each stimulat- 
ing the other, and setting examples of enterprise, 
management, salaries, edifices, progress and standard 
of scholarships. There are in San Francisco over 
one hundred private schools, in which term are in- 
cluded the select school of a few pupils, the semina- 
ries, commercial schools, academies, convent schools, 
and colleges, with their thousand students. 

IRVING INSTITUTE.— A collegiate boarding and 
day school, located at 1036 Valencia, where young 
ladies are prepared for the universities, or graduated 
on completing its full academic course. The build- 
ings afford accommodations for fifty boarding pupils. 
The attendance of the past year exceeded one hun- 
dred and twenty-five. It is now in its sixteenth year, 
and has an alumnas association of nearly one hun- 
dred. Its musical department is a marked feature of 
the school, there being constantly from sixty to 
seventy music pupils in attendance. Rev. Edward 
B. Church, M. A,, Principal. 

SACRED HEART COLLEGE.— The Sacred Heart 
College, located on the corner of Eddy and Larkin 
streets, is a wooden structttre of three stories high 
and basement, and covering a large portion of the 
block. This is conducted by the "Christian Broth- 
ers," under the direction ot Rev. Brother Genebern. 
The object of this institution is to give a thoroughly 
Christian and secular education, embracing the classi- 
cal, scientific and commercial courses. 

PRESENTATION CONVENT.— Powell street, be- 
tween Greenwich and Lombard. This convent was 
established in 1854 for the free education of boys and 
girls. It is regularly attended by five hundred chil- 
dren. The classes are divided into eight grades, be- 
sides the three years course for the gradtiates. Music, 
painting, needlework and the modern languages are 
taught as extras for a very moderate fee. The Pre- 
sentation Sisters are the teachers, and the present 
Superior Is Mother Mary Josephine. 

SACRED HEART PRESENTATION CONVENT.— 
The Sacred Heart Presentation Convent is a fine brick 
building of ample proportions, located at the corner 
of Taylor and Ellis streets. This is a chartered col- 
lege by act of the Legislature and empowered to con- 
fer graduating certificates. The school is free of 
charge to all denominations. It was opened on the 
24th of May, 1869, and the number of pupils increas- 
ing, made it necessary to enlarge the building, and in 
1870 the portion fronting on Ellis street was added. 
Later on a wing within the enclosure was built, to 
afford more ample facilities for the improvement of 
pupils in music, needlework, painting, drawing, etc. 
The institution contains about five hundred pupils 
and a teaching staff of nineteen Sisters, and is under 
the charge of the Mother Superior of the Presentation 
Order in this City. 

ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE.— The St. Ignatius Col 
lege located on the west side of Van Ness avenue" 
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among the oldest and most prominent of the colleges 
of San Francisco, opening for the reception of stu- 
dents on October 15, 1855. It was incorporated under 
the law of the State April 30, 1859, and empowered to 
confer degrees and academical honors. The number 
of students usually in attendance is upwards of 400, 
with a staff of 122 professors and teachers. The col- 
lege edifice consists of two main buildings, connected 
bysxjacious corridors. On the corner of Grove and 
Van Ness avenue, the first two stories are used for 
class and lecture-rooms, and the two upper floors as 
an exhibition hall. The church and college com- 
bined front two hundred and ninety feet on Hayes 
street, and run through to Grove street, a depth of 
two hundred and seventy-five feet. 

TRINITY SCHOOL.— A boarding school located at 
1534 Mission street, whose special scope is the prep- 
aration of j'oung men and boys for business, univer- 
sity and college. It deservedly ranks with the best of 
our private schools and receives a generous support 
from the community. It is under the control and 
charge of the Eev. Dr. E. B. Spalding, Principal. 

ANDERSON'S ACADEMY.— Located at 1248 Cali- 
fornia street, E. Sumpter Anderson Principal. Has 
for its objects the preparation of persons for the pro- 
fession of teaching and the " teachers' examinations " 
in this and other counties of the State. It also pre- 
pares for the Leland Stanford Jr. and California 
State Universities, and has a special department for 
teaching military tactics. 

COOPER MEDICAL COLLEGE.— Located corner of 
Sacramento and Webster streets. This college is the 
successor of the Medical College of the Pacific. Its 
handsome building was erected in 1882 by Prof. L. C. 
Lane, and named in honor of the late Prof. E. S. 
Cooper. An addition, equally large, was erected in 
1890, also by Prof. Lane, and there is now in process 
of erection on the same block and by the same donor 
a hospital of 100 beds. Its Faculty consists of L. C. 
Lane, M. D., Professor of Surgery, and President ; C. 
N. Ellinwood, M. D., Professor of Physiology; A. 
Barkan, M. D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Oto- 
logy; Joseph H. Wythe, M. D., Professor of Micro- 
scopy and Histology; Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. D., 
Professor of Obstetrics, etc., and Dean ; 
Jos. O. Hirschfelder, M. D., Professor of Clinical 
Medicine ; Clinton Gushing, M. D . , Professor of Gyne- 
cology : W. D. Johnston, M. D., Professor of Chemis- 
try and Toxicology ; R. H. Plummer, M. D., Professor 
of Anatomy: Charles H. Steele, M. D.. Professor of 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics ; Samuel O. L. 
Potter, M. D., Professor of Theory and Practice of 
Medicine: C. N. Ellinwood, M. D., Acting Professor 
of Clinical Surgery ; A. M. Gardner, M. D., Lecturer 
on Insanity and Medical Jurisprudence : Chas. E. 
Farnum, M. D., Adjunct to the Chair of Anatomy 
and Demonstrator of Anatomy; A. Abrams, M. D., 
Adjunct to the Chair of Clinical Medicine and 
Demonstrator of Pathology; C. F. Hanson, M. D., 
Adjunct to the Chair of Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics ; William Fitch Cheney, M. D., adjunct to the 
Chair of Obstetrics ; A. W. Hoisholt adjunct to the 
Chair of Physiology. Winter and summer courses of 
lectures are given yearly. The summer is the regular 
course. Four regular courses of lectures are required, 
together with dissections and attendance upon clinics. 
The regular course begins on the first of June ; 
the intermediate on the first of February. For par- 
ticulars inquire of Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. D., Dean. 
Office, 920 Polk street. 

ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOLS.— Boys' School, in charge 
of the Brothers of Mary, corner of Tenth and How- 
ard. Girls' School, in charge of the Sisters of the 
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. 

THE SAN FRANCISCO THEOLOGICAL SEMI- 
NARY. — The San Francisco Theological Seminary is 
located at San Anselmo, near San Rafael. This insti- 
tution was organized by the Synod of the Pacific of 
the Presbyterian Church, in October, 1871, but is 
open for students of all denominations. The qualifi- 
cations for admission and the course of studies are 
the same as in the oldest and best theological schools 
in the East. It has a library of over fifteen thousand 
volumes. The Faculty are : Rev. Drs. Burrowes 
Alexander, Minton, Mackenzie, Landon, Day, and 



Chas. G. Buck, professor of elocution and music. 
R. J. Trumbiill, secretary, 10 California street, S. F. 
The new buildings— Montgomery Hall, Scott Library 
Hall and professors' houses — are now occupied. Term 
opens on third AVednesday of September, and closes 
on last Thursday of April in each year. 

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.— The 
California College of Pharmacy was incorporated 
August 7, 1872, and affiliated with the University of 
California, June 18, 1873. The aim of the institution 
is to unite the pharmacists and druggists of the Pa- 
cific States in organized efforts to elevate the special 
educational standard of the business of the apothe- 
cary, by cultivating, imiaroving and diffusing the 
principles and practice of legitimate pharmacy ; its 
collateral branches of science and the arts ; the best 
modes of rendering available medicinal agents, by 
giving instructions in the same and in the art of dis- 
pensing, by a series of lectures and practical demon- 
strations. Lectures are given for a term of six 
months, during each year, at College Building, No. 
113 Fulton street. 

THE HASTINGS COLLEGE OF THE LAW.— This 
institution, which is in connection with and under 
the auspices of the University of California, owes its 
formation to the munificence of Judge S. Clinton 
Hastings, who endowed it with a free gift of SlOO.OOO. 
It is now located in the building of the Society of 
California Pioneers, 808 Montgomery street. The 
number of students is 121. Martin Kellogg, President ; 
C.F.Dio Hastings, Dean ; E. J.Ryan, Registrar ; Hon. 
E. W. McKinstry, Professor Municipal Law; Hon. 
Charles W. Slack, Assistant Professor Municipal Law ; 
J. H. C. Bonte, Professor Legal Ethics ; Hon. W. B.. 
Beatty, Chief Justice, President, ex-officio, of Board 

of Directors ; , Vice-President. 

Office of Dean, 120 Phelan Building ; office of Regis- 
trar, Mills Building 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA.— The Medical Department of the 
University of California occupies tne building form- 
erly known as the Toland Medical College, located on 
the east side of Stockton street, between Chestnut and 
Francisco. The building was donated to the Univer- 
sity by the late Dr. H. H. Toland. This is an insti- 
tution of a high character ; the Faculty being com- 
posed of some of the most prominent members of the 
medical profession. The course of studies is the 
same as that pursued in the most prominent col- 
leges of the East and Europe. An annual course of 
lectures is given, commencing on the first Monday 
of March and terminating on the 30th of November. 
The faculty is as follows: Martin Kellogg, A.M., 
President pro tern, of the Academic Senate; G. A. 
Shurtleff, M.D., Emeritus Professor of Mental Dis- 
eases and Medical Jurisprudence ; R. Beverly Cole, 
A.M., M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng., Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology; W. F. McNutt, M.D., M.R.C.P., 
Edin., etc., Professor of Principles and Practice of 
Medicine ; Robert A. McLean, M.D., Professor of Clin- 
ical and Operative Surgery, Dean; W. E. Taylor, 
M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery ; 
A. L. Lengfeld, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica 
and Medical Chemistry; Benj. E. Swan, M.D., 
Professor of Diseases of Children : George H. Powers, 
A.M., M.D. , Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology ; 
Wm. Watt Kerr, A.M., M.B., CM., Professor of Clin- 
ical Medicine; Arnold A. D'Ancona, A.B., M.D., 
Professor of Physiology ; Douglas W. Montgomery. 
M.D., Professor of Pathology and Histology ; Wash- 
ington Dodge, M.D., Professor of Therapeutics ; John 
M. Williamson. M.D., Professor of Anatomy ; George 
H. F. Nuttall, M.D. .Ph.D. .Special Lecturer on Bacteri- 
ology ; C. A. Von Hoffmm, Lecturer on Gynecology; 
John W. Robertson, A.B., M.D., Lecturer on Nervous 
and Mental Diseases; Felix Lengfeld, Ph. G., Ph. D., 
Lecturer on Chemistry; George F. Shlels, M.D., F.E. 
C. S. E., Lecturer on Hygiene and Medical Jurispru- 
dence ; John H. Barbat, Ph.G., M.D., Demonstrator of 
Anatomy; H.N. Winton, M.D., Assistant to the Chair 
of Materia Medica and Medical Chemistry ; W. E. 
Hopkins, M.D., assistant to the Chair of Ophthal- 
mology and Otology; Campbell Ford, M.D., assistant 
to the Chair of Physiology ; John C. Spencer, M.D., 
assistant to the Cdair of Pathology and Histology; 
Sam. P. Tuggle, M.D., and John M. Sims, M. D., 
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M. D.. J. M. Williamsou, M. D., F. W. D'Evelyn. 
M. D.,W. E. Hopkins, M.D., C. A. Von Hofifman, M.D.. 
College Dispensary Staff; Robert A. McLean, M. D.j 
Dean. Office 305 Kearny street, corner of Bush. 

CALIFORNIA MEDICAL COLLEGE.— Located on 
Folsom street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. 
The teachings are free from exclusiveness, in accord- 
ance with the spirit of eclecticism. The annual 
course of lectures commences on Monday, May 15th, 
and continues six months. There is also an in- 
termediate course of three months, commencing on 
the first Monday in March. Medical faculty: D. 
Maclean, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics ; .J. W. Hamil- 
ton, M.D., Professor of Gynecology; Geo, G. Gere, 
M.D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of 
Surgery and Clinical Surgery ; H. T. Webster, M.D., 
Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine 
and Clinical Medicine ; John Fearn, M.D., Professor 
of Meteria Medica and Therapeutics ; C. N. Miller, 
M.D., Professor of Anatomy; J. P. Schmitz, M.D., 
Professor of Physiology and Nervous Diseases ; M. 
H. Logan, M.D., Professor of Chemistrv and Toxi- 
cology; F. Cornwell, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmo- 
logy, Laryngology and Otology; A.E.Scott, M.D., 
Professor of Diseases of Children ; W. B. Church, 
M.D., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence; W. O. 
Wilcox, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy ; M, E. Van 
Meter, M.D., Orthopedic and Clinical Surgery; M. 
C. Haspett, Medical Jurisprudence ; W'. A. Harvey, 
M.D., Histology and Microscopy ; B. Stetson, M.D., 
Diseases of the Heart, Chest and Lungs ; G. M. P. 
Vary, M.D., M.S.C.P., Chemistry; H. W. Hunsaker, 
M.D., Osteology. Prof. D. Maclean, M.D.. Dean ; 
ofiBce, 6 Eddy street. 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT OF THE TJNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA.— This Department was founded 
by the Board of Regents, under a petition from the 
Medical College, September 7, 1881. The Faculty is 
as follows : Martin Kellogg, President of the Univer- 
sity and ex-officio President of the Faculty ; 
L. L. Dunbar, D.D.S., Professor of the Prin- 
ciples and Practice of Operative Dentistry 
and Histology ; C. L. Goddard, A. M., D. D. S.. Profes- 
sor of Orthodontia and Metallurgy ; Arnold A. D'An- 
cona, M.D., Professor of Physiology; A. L. Lengfeld, 
M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Dental Chem- 
istry ; Wm. B. Lewitt.M.D., Professor of Anatomy ; W. 
E. Taylor, M. D., Prolessor of the Principles and 
Practice of Surgery ; Maurice J. Sullivan, D. D. S., 
Professor of Dental Pathology and Therapeutics. 
In addition to the Professors, there are five demon- 
strators and eleven members on the Clinical Board 
for clinical instrnction. The clinics are held in the 
Donohoe Building, top floor; entrance elevator 18 
Taylor street. The term begins September 1st and 
continues until May 31st annually. L. L. Dunbar. 
Dean of the Faculty. Office 500 Sutter street. 

BUSINESS COLLEGES.— Of these there are four, 
located as follows : Pacific, 320 Post street ; Heald's, 
24 Post street; Burgess', 51 Montgomery Block; 
San Francisco, 1236 Market. These institutions 
enjoy a high reputation, as is attested by the 
large number of students in attendance, both 
from the city and interior. The course of 
studies embraces bookkeeping, penmanship, mathe- 
matics, telegraphy, and others calculated to prepare 
the student for commercial pursuits. 

THE HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL COLLEGE OF 
SAN FRANCISCO.— Was incorporated January 20, 
1881, and was among the first to adopt a full three 
years graded course of study, making a fourth year 
optional. The college is of high order, its Faculty 
being composed of some of the most prominent mem- 
bers of the honorable medical profession on the 
Coast. The qualifications for admission and gradua- 
tion, and the curriculum are the same as in the 
oldest and best colleges of the East. The regular 
session begins on May 1st and continues seven 
months. Ample clinical advantages are afforded in 
a large and well patronized Dispensary attached to 
the College. Dispensary, Dissecting Room and Free 
Library open to students all through the year. 
Columbus Waterhouse, President; W. Boericke, 
M.D., Registrar, 330 Sutter street; C. B. Currier, 
M.D., Dean, 921 Geary street. 

PROP. De FILTPPE'S ACADEMY OF LAN- 
GUAGES.— This well-known institution, which 
was established in 1871, is now pleasantly located 



at 320 Post street, opposite Union Square, and is 
patronized by the elite of our city. Professor T. 
B. de Filippe is a graduate of the academies of 
Paris and Madrid. He is one of the foremost 
Imparters of instructions in Spanish and French 
on the Pacific Coast. He, personally, superintends 
the Spanish and French classes, and he has a corps 
of first-class assistants to teach any of the other 
languages that isupils may desire to learn. 

In addition to the institutions enumerated above, 
are many private schools of excellent reputation; the 
most iDrominent of these are Urban Academy, Miss 
Lake's School, Tarrant's Academy, Van Ness Sem- 
inary, Miss West's School, Mefrefs French and 
English Institute, College of Notre Dame, Sacred 
Heart Academy, St. Rose's Academy, Our Lady of 
Mercy's School and St. Vincent School. Reference 
may also be made to the number of Kindergartens, 
largely increased within the last two years. There 
are now over forty, most of which are free. 



Hospitals. 

CALIFORNIA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL.— Location 
Sacramento street, between Baker and Lyon. Inaiig- 
urated May, 1867. Organized May, 1868. Incor- 
porated January, 1873. 

This hospital is specially devoted to the treatment 
of diseases peculiar to women, and only such cases 
are admitted. It is open to all irrespective of creed 
or nationality, and offers the comforts of a home in 
addition to surgical and medical treatment. The Wo- 
men's Hospital exists as a purely medical charity, 
and gives relief to two classes of patients: 1st. To 
those who are destitute and unable to pay anything. 
2d. Those whose means are too limited to enable 
them to pay for private medical attendance, by pay- 
ment of a moderate sum for board, receive medical 
attendance and nursing without charge. Application 
for admission must be made to the Surgeons, Lady 
Managers or the Matron at the Hospital — Mrs. J. N. 
Logan. 

Officers. — A. J. Ralston, President ; A. Halsey, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer; Ferdinand D. Vonwinckel, 
M.D., Surgeon; Samiiel G. Boyd, M.D., Resident 
Surgeon ; Mrs. A. N, Towne, President ; Mrs. A. 
Halsey, Secretary Board of Lady Managers. 

CITY AND COUNTY HOSPITAL.— Location east 
side of Potrero avenue, between Sierra and Nevada, 
F. H. Titus, M. D., superintendent. 

FRENCH HOSPITAL.— Bryant street, between 
Fifth and Sixth. See French Mutual Benevolent 
Society for further information. 

GERMAN HOSPITAL.— Noe street, between Four- 
teenth and Ridley. For further i^articulars s';e Ger- I 
man General Benevolent Society of San Francisco. 

QUARANTINE HOSPITAL.— Dr. Carmichael, phy- 
sician-in-charge. Angel Island. 

HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN AND TRAINING- 
SCHOOL FOB NURSES. — Located on California 
street, corner Maple street. Dispensary 1016 Mission 
street. Reincorporated November 25th, 1885. First 
organized as the Pacific Dispensary for Women and 
Children, March 23d, 1875. The objects of this insti- 
tutionare: 

1st. To provide medical and surgical care for sick 
children, this being the main charity of the institu- 
tion. No deserving case is ever refused. 

2d. To provide medical and surgical aid for women 
at $10 per week and upwards. This is one source of 
their revenue. 

3d. To educate nurses, the design being to fit 
healthy young women to engage intelligently in this 
work by a two years' course of reading, lectnres and 
practical nursing. 

Daily clinics are held at the Dispensary, 1016 Mis- 
sion street, from 9 to 11 A. M. and from 3 to 4 P. M. 
for the sick poor. 

Officers. — Mrs. W. B. Harrington, President ; Mrs. 
William Hardy, First Vice-President ; Mrs. W. R. A, 
Johnson, Second Vice-President; Mrs. L. L. Dunbar- 
Recording Secretary ; Mrs. F. A. Frank, Correspond 
ing Secretary ; Mrs. F. H. Green, Treasurer; H. L. 
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zer, M. D., Mrs. Charlotte B. Brown, M. D., Mrs. 
William E. Hopkins, M. D., Charles Von Hoffman, 
M D., Archibald Murray, M. D.. Mrs. Emma S. Mer- 
ritt, M. D., Harry M.Sherman, M. D., Physicians; 
"William A. Plunkett. and Giles H. Gray, Attorneys. 

EECEIVING HOSPITAL.— New City Hall. George 
B. Somers, Surgeon ; William P. Simpson, First As- 
sistant Surgeon ; Tennison Deaue Jr., Second Assis- 
tant Surgeon. 

SAN FRANCISCO LTING-m HOSPITAL AND 
FOUNDLING ASYLUM.— Incorporated April, 1868, 
for the care, protection, and proper treatment of un- 
protected single women, as well as their offspring, to- 
gether with all other children that may be aban- 
doned in infancy by outside parties, said children 
being considered foundlings. 

The Foundling Asylum, 913 Golden Gate avenue, 
receives only abandoned infants prior to two years 
of age. The Trustees aim at procuring the adoption 
of as many of these children by thrifty, industrious, 
moral and temperate people (and no others need 
apply) as they can. 

Charles Burrell, M. D., Attending Physician and 
Superintendent; Mrs. Mary C. Taylor, Matron, 

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL.— Location, east side of Va- 
lencia, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth 
streets. This Is essentially a church hospital, being 
maintained under the auspices of the Episcopal 
Church, but persons from all denominations are 
received. It was organized in 1871, and maintain- 
ed constantly up to 1882, from which time up to 
April 8, 1885, it remained closed as a chiirch hospital. 
Now. however, determined and vigorous efforts have 
been successfully made to place it on a solid footing. 
Present capacity, one hundred. Secretary's address, 
2902 Clay street. 

Oflficers.— Mrs. J. G. Clark, President; Mrs. B. E. 
Babcock, Vice-President; Mrs. James Newlands. Sec- 
retary ; Mrs. George J. Bucknall, Treasurer ; A. W. 
Dunbar, resident Physician ; Miss M. E. Gibson, 
Matron; Miss Hannah J. Brierley, principal nurses' 
training class. 

8T. MARY'S HOSPITAL.— Conducted by the Sisters 
of Mercy. Located originally on Stockton street. 
Removed in 1860 to its present location, corner of 
First and Brvant streets. The institution is not con- 
fined exclusively to Roman Catholics, patients being 
admitted irrespective of religious sentiments. A 
large wing with many improvements, including an 
antiseptic operating room has lately been erected. 
Charles F. Mohun, M. D., Resident Physician ; the 
visiting staff consists of Dr. Luke Robinson, Dr. A. 
Leonard, Dr. W. S. Thorn, Dr. M. J. Fottrell and 
Dr. G. H. Powers. 

TWENTY SIXTH STREET HOSPITAL (Small Pox) 
— DeHaro street, between Colusa and Marin. 



UNITED STATES OFFICERS. 

Aemt U. S.,Depaetment of California. — Brigadier- 
General Thomas H. Ruger, Commanding; Second 
Lieut. Charles A. Lyman, 2d Cavalry, Aide-de-Camp ; 
Col. Oliver D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant-General; 
Lieut.-Col. George H. Burton, Inspector-General; 
Col. John G. Chandler, Deputy Quartermaster- 
General, Chief Quartermaster; Major C. P. Eagan, 
Assistant Commissary General of Subsistence, Chief 
Commissary of Subsistence ; Col. Joseph R.Smith, 
Surgeon, Medical Director ; Major Charles I. Wilson, 
Paymaster, Chief Paymaster, Headquarters, Phelan 
Building. Major John H. Lord, Quartermaster, in 
charge Q. M. Depot. San Francisco, Cal ; Capt. Charles 
W. Williamt,, Assistant Quartermaster, in charge of 
Clothing Depot; Lieut.-Colonel Joseph P. Wright, 
Acting Assistant Medical Purveyor; Capt. Chas. 
Woodruff, C. S., Purchasing and Depot Commissary 
of Subsistence; ofQces, 36 New Montgomery; Major 
John I. Rodgers, First Artillery, Department In- 
spector of Artillery; Lieut.-Colonel Edward Moale, 
3d Infantry, Inspector Small Arms Practice ; First 
Lieut. H. Bonesteel Acting Chief Signal Ofiacer. 



Aemt U. S., U. S. Engineers, Pacific Coast. — 
Colonel George H. Mendell, Supervising Engineer 
for the Pacific Coast, in charge of San Francisco 
harbor fortifications and of Oakland harbor improve- 
ments. Assistant, Second Lieut. C. A. F. Flagler, 
harbor fortifications, San Fraucisco.office 533 Kearny ; 
Lieut.-Col. W. H. H. Benyaurd in charge of improve- 
ments of Wilmington, San Diego and San Luis Obispo 
harbors; Assistant, First Lieut. Charles L. Potter, 
Harbor Fortifications, San Francisco, office Donohoe 
Building; Major William H. Heuer, Lighthouse En- 
gineer 12th District, in charge improvements Sacra- 
mento, San Joaquin and MoJielumne Rivers, Hum- 
boldt Bay and Petaluma Creek ; oifice Flood Building, 
rooms 89-90. j 

Board of Examining Surgeons foe Pensioners.— 
George F. Shiels, M. D., President; Charles Mc- 
Questen, M. D. Board meets Wednesday and Thurs- 
day at 10 o'clock A. M. ; office, U. S. Appraisers' 
Building, rooms 73-75. 

Coast and Geodetic Suevev (Western Coast 
Division) .—Prof essor George Davidson, Augustus F. 
Rodgers, J. S. Lawson and E. F. Dickens. San Fran- 
cisco, J. J. Gilbert, Olympia, Wash., J. F. Pratt, 
Seattle. Wash., Assistants. Fremont Morse, Sub- 
Assistant, San Francisco. Ferdinand Westdahl, 
Draftsman, Frank W. Edmonds, Clerk. Vicente Denis, 
Messenger, San Francisco; office, U .S. Appraisers' 
Building. 

Collector of Poet.— John H. Wise, office, Custom 
House, third floor. 

United States CiRCurr Couet, Noetheen Disteict 
of Califoenia.— Regular terms held in San Francisco, 
first Monday of February, Second Monday of July, and 
fourth Monday of November. Special terms at the 
discretion of the Court. Stei^hen J. Field, Presiding 
Justice; Joseph McKenna and William B. Gilbert, 
Circuit Judges ; L. S. B. Sawyer, Clerk ; ^\illiam B. 
Beaizley, Deputy Clerk. 

United States Disteict Court, Noetheen Disteict 
OF California.— Regular terms held in San Francisco, 
first Monday of February, second Monday of July, 
and fourth Monday of November. Special terms at the 
discretion of the Court. W. W. Morrow, Judge; 
Southard Hoffman, Clerk; James S. Manley, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Court Commissionees.— L. S. B. Sawyer, Frank D. 
Monckton, William B. Beaizley, J. S. Manley, S. C. 
Houghton, Southard Hoffman, John Fouga, office, U> 
S. Appraisers' Building ; Nathaniel Holland, 605 Clay. 
Masters in Chancery. —E. H. Heacock and S. C. 
Houghton, Masters and Examiners, office U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Building. 

United States Attoenet.— Charles A. Garter; 
Charles A. Shurtleff, Willis G. Witter, Assistants; 
office, U. S Appraisers' Building, third floor. 

Supervising Inspector Steam Vessels. — John 
Bermingham ; office, U. S. Appraisers' Building, first 
floor. 

U S. Special Inspectors of Foreign Steam Ves- 
SELS.— Enoch S.Talbot and William A.Phillips ; office 
U. S. Appraisers' Building, room 21. 

INSPECTOE OF BoiLEES.— William A. Phillips ; office 
U. S. Appraisers' Building, first floor. 

Inspector of Hulls. — Enoch S. Talbot ; office, U. S. 
Appraisers' Building, first floor. D. Marcucci, As- 
sistant Inspector Hulls; John K. Bulger, Assistant 
Inspector Boilers room 21 . 

Internal Revenue.— John C. Quinn, Collector; 
John E. Youngberg, Deputy and Chief Clerk; Luther 
C.Dodge, Cashier; William R. Jones, W. W. Dodge, 
J L Megannon, Joseph Costello , John McComb, R. H. 
Jones, E. S. Bates, C. A. Jessup, Miss Alice Moulton, 
George T. Bromley, J. H. Borland, J. W. Conger, E. E. 
Maxwell, J. L. Edwards, R. B. Dunlop, H. L. Martin, 
L C McKeeby, C. J. Youngberg, W. H. Robinson, 
Deputies- William H. Dillard, Miss E. L. Spoone, 
Miss Kathleen Soule, Mrs. E. S. Bates, clerks; office. 
U. S. Appraisers' Building, first floor. 

Land Office.- J. F. Sheehan. Register ; Thos. B. 
Shannon, Receiver; office, 610 Commercial street. 

Light House Dep artment.P acificCoast.— Twelfth 
Light House District, Commander Henry E.Nichols.U. 
S N., Inspector of the District; Charles H. Thomp- 
son, Clerk; office 77 U. S. Appraisers' Buildm 



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BAN FllANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Major William H. lienor, U. S. A., Engineer of the 
UiHtrlct ; Temple T. Spotts, and A. Newl)old, Clerks ; 
olll.c, 8'J-'.I0 Flood IJiiilding ; John H. Wise, Super 
int<n(lint of Lights; olKce, Custom House; B. 
F. Leeds. Koejier, AUatraz Island; J. «. Brown, 
Keeper, K. W. Stafford, Charles A. Paulsen, 
and Adolph Musse, Assistants. Point Bouita ; 
James Hankiu, Keeper, Peter Jensen, Assistant, 
Fort Winlicld Scott (Fort Point) ; William A. Bee- 
man, Keeper. Cyrus J. Cain, Thomas L. Win- 
thar and E. P. Cashin, Assistant-i.Faralloue Island; 
John M. NillsoD.Keeper, Richard Williams, Assistant, 
Verba Beuua Island; P. J. Quiulan, Keeper, M. 
Hhiiv. Assistant, East Brother; Charles McCarthy. 
K. ,.]i(.r. Oakland Harbor; Mrs. K. C. McDougal, Keeper, 
Mnre Island. 

HYDROfiRAPHio Office. — Merchants' Exchange 
(reading room) Lieut. J. C. Burnett, U. S. Navy, in 
charge ; J. T. McMillan, assistant. 

Life S.wixg Service.— Twelfth District. T. J. 
Blnkcney, Superintendent; office, U. S. Appraisers' 
Building, room 35. 

Marine Coups, U. S.— Recruiting Rendezvous, 21JS 
Third. 

M.uiiNE HospiTAi,, U. S.— P. H. Bailhache, M. D, 
Surgeon, in charge ; B. W. Brown, M. D., Assistant 
Surgeon; C. E. Decker, M. D., Assistant Surgeon; C. 
H. Gardner, Assistant Surgeon, F. W. Lowe, Interne; 
Hospital, Presidio Reservation, near Mountain Lake; 
office, U. S. Appraisers' Building. 

Marshal, U. S. — W. G. Long. Deputies: Anthony 
L. Farlsu (chief) S. P. Monckton, P. H. Maloney, 
James R. Deane, A. A. Wood. John T. Grey; Criers : 
F. L. Morehouse, O. W. Briggs. Office, U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Building. 

Mint, U. S. Supebintendent. — W. H. Dimond ; 
office, northwest corner of Mission and Fifth streets. 

Naval Board of Isspection and Survey U. S. — 
Lieutenant-Commander F. P. Gilmore, V. S. N. ; Chief 
Engineer G.J. Buniap, U.S.N. ; Assistant Constructor 
A. N. Stahl, U. 8. N. 

Naval Officer (Port of San Francisco). — Edward 
P. Danforth ; office, Custom House, second floor. 

P.^T Inspecxor V. S. N. — Geo. A. Lyon, office 202 
Sansome. 

Pension Agent, XT. S. Army and Navy. — John C. 
Currier, office 319 Pine, rooms 3.5-39. 

Post Office. — Samuel Flint, Superintendent Rail- 
way Mail Service ; office, southwest corner of Jackson 
and Battery streets ; Samuel W. Backus, Postmaster; 
office, northwest corner of Washington and Battery 
streets. 

Secret Service Division. — Nicholas R. Harris ; 
office, 0. S. Appraisers' Building, room 12. 

Shipping Commissioner. — John M. Morton; office, 
tJ. S. Appraisers' Building, first floor. 

Supervisor of Elections, U. S. — District of Cali- 
fornia, Nathaniel Holland (Chief) ; office. U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Building. 

Surveyor-General for California. — W. H. 
Pratt, office, 610 Commercial street. 

Surveyor Port. — Paris Eilburn ; office, Custom 
House, second floor. 

Treasurer U. 8., Assistant. — John P. Jackson; 
office, CCS Commercial street. 

Treasury Depart.ment U. S., Special Agent.— 
J. F. Evans ; office, U. S. Appraisers' Building. 

Treasury Department V. S.. Special Inspectors. 
Jno. F. Murray and G. E. Channing ; office, U. 8. 
Appraisers' Building. 

Weather Bureau.— P. T. Jenkins, Local Forecast 
Official, 10-19 Mills Building, 10th floor; Paul Dan- 
iels, Cyrus Ellenberger, A. B. Sanborn, James fJ. 
Grav, and Louis A. Muhlner, Assistants. 



Post Office. 



NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND BATTERY ST8. 

General delivery open daily from half-past seven 
o'clock A. M. to eleven p. m.: Sundays from two 
o'clock to three o'clock p. m. Registry Office open 
daily from nine o'clock a. m. to six o'clock p. m. 
Stamp Window, open daily from eiglit o'clock a. m. 
to Bi.\ o'clock V. M. Box Window open daily (except 
Sundays) from half past seven o'clock a.m. to five 
o'clock p. M. Money Order Office open daily (except 
Sunday) from eight o'clock a. m. to live o'clock p. m. 
Carriers' Window open daily from half-past seven 
o'clock a. m. to eleven o'clock p. m.; Sundays from two 
o'clock to three o'clock P. M. 

SAMDEL W. BACKUS, Postmaster. 

D. S. Richardson. Assistant Postmaster. 

William C. Dougherty, Cashier. 

A. M. Oox, General Superintendent. 

SUGGESTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 

Facilities are given to the post-office officials in the 
discharge of their daily duties, and greater security 
afforded to the public, by careful attention to the fol- 
lowing recommendations: 

Make the address on letters legible and complete, 
giving the name of the post-office, county and State, 
'rhenameof the street andnumber of the house sliould 
also be given on letters addressed to cities where let- 
ter carriersare employed; while the letterwilleventu- 
ally reach its destination without a number, the 
omission is often a cause of hesitation and delay. In 
the case of letters for places in foreign countries, the 
name of the country as well as the post-office should 
be given in full. Letters addressed, for iustance, 
merely to " London," without adding " England," are 
frequently sent to London, Canada, and vice versa, 
thereby causing delay, and often serious loss. 

FREE POST.AL DELIVERY. 

The Free Postal Delivery System is similar to the 
one so siiccessfully maintained in several of the 
large Eastern cities. There are one hundred and sixty- 
seven districts, each of which is in charge of a carrier, 
who delivers promptly all mail matter received at 
the Post Office upon which is written the correct ad- 
dress, street and number of the party for whom it is 
intended. 

All persons who desire their letters, etc., retained 
until called for. must leave their address at the Post- 
Office. 

BRANCH OFFICES. 

Ten Branch Offices have been established at the 
following named localities ; Station A, 1309 Polk 
street; B. L. Hesseltine, Superintendent. Station B,28 
City Hall avenue; C. F. Curry, Superintendent. Sta- 
tion C, northwest corner of Twentieth and Mission 
streets; D. C. Smith, Superintendent. Station D. foot 
of Market street ; Louis Miller, Superintendent. Sta- 
tion E, southwest corner of Third and Townsend 
streets ; G. A. Billings, Superintendent. Station F, 
northeast corner of Post and Devisadero streets ; G. 
H. Wheeler, Superintendent. Station G, 1003 Sev- 
enteenth street ; W. H. Smith, Superintendent. 
Station H, northwest corner of Laguna street and 
Ivy avenue; J. K. Smedley, Superintendent. Sta- 
tion J, 1521 Stockton street; W. D. Campbell, Super- 
intendent. Station K, 9 Post street ; W. J. Philips, 
Superintendent. Open daily from eight o'clock a. m. 
to six o'clock P. M. ; Sundays from two to three 
o'clock p. M. 

ST.\MP AGENCIES. 

There are forty-eight agencies for the sale of postage 
stamiJs, located at convenient iDoints throughout the 
city. 

STREET LETTER BOXES. 

There are six hundred deposit boxes for the 
reception of letters, placed in prominent locali- 
ties throughout the city, from which collections are 
made several times during the day in season for the 
departure of the mails. 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE — EIGHTH DIVISION, 

SAMUEL FLINT, Superintendent; H. M. Merrill, 
Assistant Superintendent. 

Civil Service Examiners.— W. A. Cooper, A. M. 
Cox ; W. L. Stowell, Secretary. 



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U. S. Surveyor-General's Office. 

610 COMMERCIAL STREET. 

Office hours from nine o'clock a. m. to four o'clock 

p. M. 

WILLIAM H. PRATT, Surveyor-General. 
J. H. WildeB, Chief Draughtsman. 



United States Treasury. 

6f8 COMMERCIAL STREET. 

Office hours from ten o'clock a. m. to three o'clock 

P. M. 

JOHN P. JACKSON, Assistant Treasurer. 
Thomas P. Burns, Cashier. 



United States Mint. 

NORTHWEST CORNER OF FIFTH AND MISSION STREETS. 

The law for the establishment and regulation of the 
Mint of the United States, provides that any person 
may deposit gold bullion for coinage or to be made 
into fine bars. The bars to be stamped in such man- 
ner as shall indicate the weight, fineness and value of 
the same. In the case of silver bullion deposits are 
received only tor manufacture into fine bars, the 
Government reserving the right to make its silver 
coin from bullion purchased in the market. 

Office hours from nine o'clock a. m. to three o'clock 
p. M. Gold bullion received daily from nine o'clock 
A. M. to twelve o'clock m. Silver received from 
nine o'clock a. m. to one o'clock p. m. Visitors ad- 
mitted daily from nine to half past eleven o'clock 

A. M. 

W. H. DIMOND, Superintendent. 

H. H. Lawrence. Assayer. 

Alexander Martin, Melter and Refiner. 

Charles M. Gorham, Coiner. 

L. H. Clement, Chief Clerk. 

Chas. J. Deering, Cashier. 

Wm. W. Grissim, Register of Deposits. 



Custom House. 

Northwest comer of Washington and Battery 
streets ; office hours daily, from nine o'clock a. m. to 
three o'clock p. m. (Sundays excepted) . 

JOHN H. WISE, Collector. 

Mack Webber and John T. Dare, Deputy Collectors. 

Edward B. Jerome, Special Deputy Collector. 

Paris Kilburn, Surveyor. 

Henry Hook, Cashier. 

W. C. Ralston, Appraiser. 

H. Clay Miller. Auditor. 

Edward P. Danforth. Naval Officer. 



STATE OFFICERS. 

Executive Department. — H. H. Markham, Gov- 
ernor- J. B. Reddick, Lieutenant-Governor; E. G. 
Waite, Secretary of State ; E. P. Colgan, Controller; 
W. H. H. Hart, Attorney-General; J. R. McDonald, 
Treasurer; Theo. Reichert, Surveyor-General; J. W. 
Anderson, Superintendent Public Instruction. 

State Printer. — A. J. Johnston. 

State Librarian.— Dana Perkins. 

Supreme Court of California.— Regular terms 
held in San Francisco, second Monday in January and 
third Monday in July; at Los Angeles first Monday 
in April and second Monday in October, and at Sac- 
ramento first Monday in May and second Monday 
In November. W. H. Beatty, Chief Justice ; R. C. 
Harrison, W. P. Fitzgerald, T. B.McFarland, Van R. 
Paterson, C. H. Garoutte and J. J. De Haven, Associate 
Justices; W. H. H. Hart, Attorney-General; W. H. 
Layson, Deputy Attorney-General; L. H. Brown, 
Clerk ; D. S. Gulp. Or. A. McCalvy, G. E. Madison, 



M. J. Ashmore and W. H. Govan, Deputy Clerks ; 
Henry C. Finkler and Frank T. Meagher, Secretaries ; 
C P. Pomeroy, Reporter ; H. L. Gear, Assistant Report- 
er : E. A. Girvln, Phonographic Reporter. Rooms. 305 
Larkin street. 

Supreme Court Commissioners.— I. S. Belcher, 
John Haynes, P. Vanclief, Jackson Temple, Miles 
Searles; Secretary, D. B. Woolf, Rooms 305 Larkm 
street. 

Board Railroad Commissioners.— James W. Rea, 
William Beckman. J. M. Litchfield ; James V. Kelly, 
Secretary. Rooms, 27 Chronicle Building. 

Board Equalization.— J. S. Swan, L. C. Morehouse, 
R. H. Beamer, J. R. Hebbron and E. P. Colgan ex- 
officio. Secretary, C. M. Colgan. 

Board Health.— W. G. Cochran, Los Angeles 
(President) ; J. R. Laine, Sacramento (Secretary) ; P. 
C Eemondino, San Diego ; C. A. Ruggles, Stockton ; 
C W. Nutting, Etna Mills ; W. E. Cluness, Sacra- 
mento ; W. F. Wiaid, Sacramento ;George A. Knight, 
Attorney,' San Francisco. 

Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute (Berkeley, Oal.) 
W Wilkinson, Superintendent; John W. Colman, 
Warren Olney, George 0. Perkins, W. C. Bartlett and 
John K. Mc Lean, Directors ; W. L. Prather secre- 
tary and treasurer. 

Industrial Home of the Adult Blind (Oakland). 
Joseph Sanders, Superintendent; A. Fine. Physician. 
State Insane Asylum (Stockton) .—H. N. Rucker, 
M. D., Superintendent; J. D. Young, M. D., T. Phil- 
lips, M. D., and A. W. floisholt, M. D., Assistants; 
Archibaild McDonald, a. O. Southworth, J. D. JHc- 
Dougal, ArthurThornton and O. Harvey, M. D., Di- 
rectors. 

State Astlum for the Insane (Napa).— A. M. 
Gardner, M. D., Superintendent; L. F. Dozier, M. D., 
Dresbach Smith, M. D., and G. R. Bowles, M. D., assis- 
tants; Benjamin Shurtleff, M. D., J. F. Lamdin, J. 
C. Martin. G.M.Francis and Robert Howe, Trustees. 

State Asylum for the Insane (Agnews).— F. W. 
Hatch, M. D., Medical Director; W. F. Pratt, M. D., 
assistant; B. D. Murphy, O. A. Hale, JohnT. Porter, 
W. W. Montague and H. V. Morehouse, Trustees. 

Whittibr Reform School (Whittier, Cal. )— F. A. 
Gibson, J. M, Elliott and E. L. Stern, Trustees. ^^^^ 
"state Prison.— Daniel E. Hayes7 Jacob Neff, Chas. 
Sonntag, E. J. De Pue and Robert T. Devlin, Direc- 
tors. 

Bank Commissioners.— Albert- Gerberding, W. H. 
Knight, C. H. Dunsmoor ; B. McL. Hardisty, Secre- 
tary ; office, 2(J6 Sansome, room 16. 

Board of Fish Commissioners.— Joseph D. Red- 
ding (President), William C. Murdoch, Hugh L. Mac- 
Neil. 

Board of Forestry.— Walter S. Moore, (President), 
J. D. Spreckels. Frank .J. Moffitt, Sands W. Forman, 
Secretary ; office, 2 Flood Building. ^_^^__^ 

Board of Horticulture.— Hon. EUwood Cooper 
(Santa Barbara), President ; L. W. Buck (Vacaville) ; 
Vice-President ; Fred C. Miles (Penym) Treasurer ; 
B. M. Lelong(San Francisco), Secretary ; J. L.Moeher, 
Auditor; office, 220 Sutter street. 

Board of Agriculture.— Frederick Cox, G. W. 
Hancock, Richard Gird, L. U. Shippee, Samuel 
Gamble, Wm. L. Hardison. Charles M. Chase, John 
Boggs, W. P. Mathews, J. H. Flickinger, F. C. De- 
Long, J. W. Wilson, Edwin F. Smith Secretary, Sac- 
ramento, Cal. 



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Bureau of Labor Statistics.— George W. Walts, 
Commissioner; C. W. Adams, Deputy Commissioner; 
office, 220 Sutter street. 

Commissioner of Immigration.— William H. Thorn- 
ley ; office, 506 Battery street. 

Harbor Commissioners.— Charles F. Bassett, W.H. 
Brown and Dan T. Cole, Commissioners; J. J. 
Keegan, Secretary; Sol. D. Rogers, Assistant Sec- 
retary • Howard C. Holmes, Chief Engineer ; Marston 
Campbell, Assistant Engineer; James G. Boobar» 
Chief Wharfinger ; office, 10 California street. 



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SAN PEANCISCO DIRECTOEY. 



Insurance Commissioneb. — J. N. E. Wilson ; office, 
401 Calil'ornia street. 

Mineralogist. — J. J. Crawford; office, Pioneer 
Building, Fourth street near Market street. 

Notaries Public. — See Business Directory. 

Pilot Comjiissioners. — A. Y. Trask, William Young 
and J. H. Bruce ; E. A. Phillips, secretary ; office, 50G 
Battery street. 

Pilots. — Charles Mayo, F. W. Jordan, Frank Mur- 
phy, Frank Boyd, John W. Ott, Freeman Trask, J. S. 
Dolliver, Eugene M. Freeman, George Johnson, 
Thomas H. Barber, Charles W. Keed, Stephen Castle, 
D.Korts, Louis Meyer, Charles Matthews, J. B. Jones, 
James Miller. M. 0. Erskine and A. Svenson ; office, 506 
Battery street. 

Benicia and Maee Island Pilots.— C. H. Harrison 
and Andrew Y^oung ; office. Merchants' Exchange. 

Port Wardens. — B. J. Watson, John W. Gage, A. J. 
Martin and S. K. Thornton ; John J. Harrigan, Sec- 
retary ; office, Clay street Wtjarf 

Registrar of Voters. — Alfred J. Evans ; office, 
New City Hall. 

VmcuLTUEAL CoirinssiONERS. — George West, 
President ; Winfield Scott, Secretary ; Clarence J. Wet- 
more, Chief Viticultural Officer; office, 317 Pine 
street. 

World's Fair Commissioners.— Irving M. Scott, 
President; JamesD. Phelan, Vice-president; Thomas 
H. Thompson, Secretary and General Manager; John 
Daggett. Robert McMurray, A. T. Hatch, L. J. Rose, 
S. W. Fergusson, Flood Bldg. 

YosEMTXE Commissioners. — John F. Kidder E. W. 
Chapman, J. G. Eastland, I. W. Taber, Frank M. Pix- 
ley, J. H. O'Brien and T. P. Madden; John P. Irish, 
secretary and treasurer, 58 Crocker Bldg. 



COURTS. 



United States Circuit Court and United States Dis- 
trict Court, see heading " U. S. Officers." Supreme 
Court of California, see heading "State Officers." 
Superior Court, Justices' Court and Police Court, see 
heading " City and County Officers." 



BANKS. 



AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO. OP 
SAN FRANCISCO. Incorporated December 
8, 1887. Capital stock, S.500,00U ; Directors: M. E. 
Marshall, David Kerr, Abner Doble, J. W. Far- 
ren, O. D. Baldwin, James H. Garrett, Edwin 
Fretwell. Location — NE cor Montgomery and 
Bush streets. Edwin Fretwell president; James J. 
Fagan, cashier; John W. Farren Jr., secretary. 

ANGLiO-CAIilFORNIAN BANK (limited). In- 
corporated, 1873. Capital stock, £600,000 ster- 
ling ; amount paid in £300,300 sterling (Sl,501,- 
500). Number of shares of "common stock" 
issued 29,970, £20 each, and 600 shares " deferred 
stock," £1 each. Surplus, .'?700,000. Directors: 
E. H. Lushington, Rt. Hon. H. H. Fowler. Isaac 
Seligman, Joseph Sebag, Julius Sington; London 
Manager, I. Simon. 

San Francisco Branch, NE cor Pine and Sansome 
streets. Ignatz Steinhart and P. N. Lilienthal, 
managers. 

BANK BRITISH COLUMBIA. Incorporated, 
^^ 1802. Capital stock £600,000 sterling; amount 

paid in £600,000; reserve fund £260,000 sterling. 

Directors : Sir Robert Gillespie, Eden Colville, 

James Anderson, C. W. Benson, T. G. Gilleb- 
"^ pie, Sir Charles Tupper, Bart G. C. M. G ; C. B. 
San Francisco Branch, SE cor Bush and jSansome 

streets. W. Powell manager. 



BANK BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. In- 
corporated, 18-10. Capital stock £l,000,OiJO ster- 
ling; amount paid in £1,000,000 sterling. 
Reserve fund, £265,000 sterling; shares of 
of stock issued, 20,000 ; amount paid np on each 
share of stock £.50 sterling. Directors; J. J. 
Cater, E. A. Hoare, Henry R. Farrer, John Henry 
Brodie, Richard H. Glyn, Henry J. B. Kendall, J. 
J. Kingsford, Frederick Lubbock, G. D. What- 
man. 

San Francisco Agency, 120 Sansome street. H. 
M. I. MoMichael and J. C. Welch, agents. 

BANK OF CALIFORNIA. Incorporated June, 
1864. Capital stock S3,000,00U ; fully paid up. 
Number of shares of stock issued 30,000, SlOO 
each. Directors ; A. K. P. Harmon, F. Q. New- 
lands, William Alvord, Charles Mayne, Jerome 
Lincoln, Adam Grant, H. H. Hewlett, M. Lewis, 
J. M. Allen, J. B. Randol, Antoine Borel. 
S. Prentiss Smith, assistant cashier. Location 
— NW cor California and Sansome streets. William 
Alvord, president ; Thomas Brown, cashier. 

BANK OF SISSON, CROCKER & CO. 

Incorporated April, 1892. Capital stock, $400,000. 
Directors : George W. Scott, W. W. Van Arsdale, 
J. H. Sisson, F. H. Green, D. W. Earl, J. H. Stro- 
bridge, James M. Haven. Location — 322 Pine 
street. George W. Scott, president ; W. W. Van 
Arsdale, cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SAN FRAN- 
CISCO. Capital, paid up, $1,500,000. Surplus, 
$600,000. Undivided profits. S275,000. Directors: 
S. G. Murphy, James Moffitt, George A. Low, 
James D. Phelan, N. Van Bergen, Thomas Jen- 
nings, John A. Hooper, George C. Perkins, 
J. Downey Harvey. Location — NW cjr Bush 
and Sansome streets. S. G. Murphy, president ; 
James Mothtt, vice-president; E. D. Morgan, cash- 
ier ; Geo. W. Kline, assistant cashier. 

GRANGERS' BANK OF CALIFORNIA. In- 
corporated April 24, 1874. Capital stock .Sl,000,000 ; 
amount paid in §975,000. Number shares of stock 
issued 10,000 ; amount paid on each share of stock 
$90 plus $75,000 fully paid up. Directors : J. H. 
Gardiner, H. J. Lewelling, W. L. Dinkenson, 
Thomas McConnell, H. M. Larue, Uriah Wood, 
Daniel Meyer, I. 0. Steele, Seneca Ewer, A. D. 
Logan. Location — NW corner California and 
Battery streets. A. D. Logan, President ; A. Mont- 
pellier, cashier ; F. McMuUen, secretary. 

LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK 

(limited). Incorporated in London, England, 
1865. Capital .stock $3,500,000 ; amount sub- 
scribed .§2,450,000. in 70,000 shares of §35, fully 
paid up ; reserve fund §450,000. Directors: G. W. 
Camiibell, Henry Goschen, Charles Hemery, Will- 
iam Newbold, R. D. Peebles, Robert Ryrie, N. D. 
Rideout. Head office, 73 Lombard street, London. 
Agents in New York, Drexel, Morgan & Co. 
Bankers : Bank of England, London Joint Stock 
Bank. 

San Francisco Branch,424 California street. A. Scriv- 
ener, manager ; William Steel, assistant manager ; 
Gustav Friederich, cashier. 

Portland (Oregon) Branch, 48 First street. 

Tacoma (Washington) — 1156 Pacific Avenue 

LONDON, PARIS AND AMERICAN BANK 
(limited). Incori^orated January 9, 1884. Author- 
ized capital £1,000,000 ; subscribed £500,000 ; paid 
up £400,000 ; reserve £150,000. Directors: William 
Paterson, Esq., James Whittall, Esq., Sigismund 
Louis Simon, Esq., Simon Lazard, Esq., David 
Cahn, Esq. 

San Francisco Branch, 1-3 Sansome street. Eugene 
Meyer, manager ; Charles Altschul. cashier. 

NEVADA BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

Incorporated October 4, 1875. Capital stock, paid 
up, $3,000,000; shares of stock issued 30,000; 
amount paid up on each share is $100 ; reserve 
fund, $200,000. Directors: John W. Mackay, 
James L. Flood, Lewis Gerstle, Isaias W. Hellman, 
H. F. Allen, C. De Guigne, Robert Watt, Levi 
Strauss, D. N. Walter, H. L. Dodge, John F. Blge- 
low. Location NW corner Montgomery and Pine 



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streets. Isaac TV. Hellmaa, president; .John F. 
Bigelow, vice-president ; D. B. Davidson, cash- 
ier ; George Grant, assistant cashier. 

THE DONOHOE-KELfLiY BANKING CO. 

Authorized capital, 81,000,000; paid-up capital, 
.s650,000. Successor to Donohoe, Kelly & Co., 
San Francisco. Joseph D. Donohoe, president; 
Howard Havens, vice-president ; -Joseph A. Don- 
ohoe Jr., cashier. Directors; Joseph A. Donohoe, 
Eugene Kelly. Adam Grant, Irving M. Scott, Jo- 
seph G. Eastland, John J. McKinnon, John 
Bermingham. Howard Havens, J. A. Don- 
ohoe, Jr. Correspondents: New York, Eu- 
gene Kelly & Co. ; Chicago, The Hibernian 
Banking Association ; St. Louis, The Citizen's 
Savings Bank ; Portland, Or., The First National 
Bank and other noints in Oregon and Washing- 
ton. Sell bills of exchange and telegraphic 
transfers on Eugene Kelly & Co., New York ; The 
Consolidated Bank, London; Bank of Ireland, 
Dublin ; Andre Neuiiize & Co., Paris ; and nrinci- 
pal cities in Germany. Issues letters of credit 
available in the United States and Europe and 
transacts a general banking and collection busi- 
ness 

PACIFIC BANK. Incorporated February 4, 1863. 
Capital stock, paid up, Si, 000. 000; surplus, 
§800,000; average resources, S4-,-500,000 00. Num- 
ber of shares of stock issued 10,000 ; amount paid 
on each share SlOO. Location — NW cor Sansome 
and Pine streets. K. H. lilcDonald, president; 
K. H. McDonald, Jr., Vice-President, Frank V. 
McDonald, cashier; Emil Bellermann, assistant 
cashier; 0. F. Miner, secretary. 

PEOPLES HOBIE SAVINGS BANK. Incor- 
porated May 14, 1888. Capital stock §1,000,000 ; 
amount paid in by stockholders S33.3.333 ; Colum- 
bus Waterhouse, president ; F. V. McDonald, vice- 
president; J, E. Farnum, secretary and manager; 
Paciiic Bank, treasurer. Location^Flood Build- 
ing, 805 Market street. 

SATHER BANKING COMPANY. Incorporated 
March 24, 1887. Capital, 31,230,000 ; amount paid 
up, $1,000,000. Directors: Albert Miller, F. W. 
Sumner, C. F. A. Talbot, William P. Johnson, J. 
L. N. Shepard and E. A. Brugiuere. James K. 
Wilson, president ; J. L. N. Shepard, vice- 
president ; J. S. Hutchinson, manager. Loca- 
tion— SE cor Pine and Sansome streets. 

CROCKER- WOOL WORTH NATION \L 
BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. Capital 
stock, paid up, Sl,O0O,O0O. Directors: Charles F. 
Crocker, E. H. Miller Jr., E. C. Woolworth, pres- 
ident; W. E. Brown, vice-president; William H. 
Crocker, cashier. Location — Crocker Bldg 

WELLS FARGO & CO.'S BAN^K. Incor- 
porated February 5, 1866, Capital and surplus 
$6,250,000. Directors ; Lloyd Tevis, Leland Stan- 
ford, Charles F. Crocker, Oliver Eldridge, George 

E. Gray, W. F. Goad, J. C. Fargo, John J. Valen- 
tine, Dudley Evans. Location— NE cor Sansome 
and Market streets. John J. Valentine, presi- 
dent ; Homer S. King, manager; Henry Wads- 
worth, cashier; F. L. Lipman, assistant cashier. 

CALIFORN^A SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY. Incorporated June 24, 1S73. Capital 
stock Sl0O,0O0; reserve fund -335,000; amount 
subscribed and paid in by stockholders SlOO,- 
000. Number shares of stock issued 1000; 
amount paid on each share $100. Directors ; 
David Farquharson, Robert F. Bunker, Joseph 

F. Forderer, John Bain, -Joseph K. Wilcos, 
John Easton, Charles D. Farquharson, C. D. Far- 
quharson, James Sullivan, Thomas Downing and 
J. F. Cowdery. Location— NW cor Eddy and 
Powell streets. David Farquharson, president; 
Vernon Campbell, secretary. 

FRENCH SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

Incorporated March 11, 1879. Capital stock S300,- 
000; amount paid in by stockholders .>300,000; 
amount subscribed $300,000. Directors : E. J. Le 



Breton, P. Gt. Sabatie, P. Fleury, M. A. de Laveaga, 
J. C. Sala. Location — 534 California street. E. 
J. Le Breton, president ; A. Brand, secretary. 

GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

Incori)orated February 10, 1868. Capital stock 
$1,200,000; amount paid in $1,000,000; number 
shares of stock issued 1,200. Directors ; L. Got- 
tig, Edward Kruse, George H. Eggers, H. L. 
Simon, H. Horstmann, 0. Schoemann, F. Till- 
manu, Eugene Meyer, B. A. Becker. Location — 
526 California street. L. Gottig, president ; A. H. 
E. Schmidt, cashier; William Herrmann, assist- 
ant cashier ; George Tourny, secretary : August 
H. MuUer, assistant-secretary 

HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY. Incorporated November 24, 1869. Capi- 
tal stock $300,000 ; amount paid in $300,000. 
Number of shares 100. Directors : A. C. Weber, 
I. Kohn, W. J. Lowry, A. D. Keyes, Henry F. 
Fortmann. Location — 18 Geary street. A. C. 
Weber, president ; Ernest Brand, secretary. 

MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK OF SAN 
FRANCISCO. Incorporated November 21, 
1889. Capital stock $1,000,000. divided into 10,000 
shares of $100 each. Directors: James G. Fair, C. 
G. Hooker, S. G. Murphy, Edward Barron, Frank 
J. Sullivan, Charles Cadwalader, J. A. Hooper, 
James Moflltt, James D. Phelan. James G. Fair, 
president; James D. Phelan and S. G. Murphy, 
vice-presidents; James A. Thompson, cashier; 
Frank J. Sullivan, attorney. Location — 33 Post 
street. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION. In- 
corporated June 18, 1862. Deposits, 31st Decem- 
ber, 1892. $27,158,194; guarantee capital 
and .surplus ; .$1,560,065. Keceives deposits 
and loans only on real estate security. 
Directors ; Albert Miller, George W. Beaver, 
George C. Boardman, Joseph G. Eastland, 
W. C. B, de Fremery, Thomas Magee, Daniel E. 
Martin, Charles Pace, E. B. Pond, Location — 532 
California street. Branch office, 1700 Market 
street, corner Polk. Albert Miller, president ; 
George W. Beaver, vice-president ; Lovell White, 
cashier; T.B.Kent, surveyor; Henry C. Campbell, 
attorney. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. Incorpor- 
ated July 23, 1857. Guarantee capital and 
reserve fund $1,150,000. Directors ; Horace 
Davis, Isaac Hyde, Arthur A. Smith, S. C. 
Bigelow, Geo. E. Goodman, E. W. Burr, W. E. 
Davis, A. N. Drown, F. H. Woods. Location — 
NW cor Sutter and Montgomery streets. S. C. 
Bigelow, president ; Cyrus W. Carmany, cashier. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK. Incorporated 
March 2, 1871. Capital stock $:300,000. Number 
of shares of stock issued 1,200. Directors : 
J. B. Randol, O. D. Baldwin, William Babcock, 
William Alvord, A. K. P. Harmon, Adam Grant, 
Jerome Lincoln, W. S. Jones, H. H. Hewlett. 
Location — 222 Montgomery street. Jerome Lin- 
coln, president ; Winfield S. Jones, vice-presi- 
dent ; S. L. Abbot Jr., secretary. 

THE HIBERNIA SAATNGS AND LOAN 
SOCIETY. Incorporated April 12, 1859. This 
bank has no capital stock ; conducted on the 
"mutual plan." Reserve fund $2,101,905 10. 
Directors : James R. Kelly, Robert J. Tobin, 
Alfred Tobin, Hugh Dimond, J. J. O'Brien, Henry 
Doyle, Joseph J. Tobin, Charles Mayo, E. M. 
Tobin. James R. Kelly, president ; R. J. Tobin, 
secretary. Location — cor Market, McAllister and 
Jones 

CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BAN^K OF SAN 
FRANCISCO (in liquidation). S. P. Young, 
Receiver. Location, 441 California street. 

M.-4.SONIC SAVINGS' BANK (in liquida- 
tion) . Location— 808 Montgomery. 

ODD FELLO^^S' SAVINGS BANK (in liqui- 
dation) . Location — 240 Montgomery, room 7. 



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CHURCHES. 



BAPTIST. 
Firgt Baptist Cliurcli. 

Location, north side of Eddy street, between Jones 
and Leavenworth. Key. J. Q. A. Henry, Pastor; 
residence. COO Bush 

This church was organized July 8, 1849. 

Number of communicants, seven hundred. The 
Sabbath School has an average attendance of about 
two hundred and sixty. The library contains about 
two thousand volumes. 

Sabbath services morning and evening. Sabbath 
School at 12:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednes- 
day evening ; Church Covenant Meeting the Wednes- 
day evening preceding the first Sabbath in each 
month. Y. P. S. of C. E., Sunday 6:30 p. m. 

Bethesda Mission, Hallet K. Mitchell, Superinten- 
dent ; meets at the corner of Eighth and Folsom 
streets every Sunday at 3 p. m. Average attendance, 
one hundred and seventy five. 

New branch Sunday School in Armory Building, 
Pacific Av near Van Ness Av ; meets Sundays at 9:30 
o'clock. J. R. Elder, Superintendent. 

Hamilton Square Baptist Cburch. 

Location, Post street, near Steiner. Eev. W. S. 
Wood, Pastor ; residence, 916 Haight street. 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. 
Sabbath School at close of morning service. Young 
Peoples meeting at 7 p. M. Prayer Meeting Wednes- 
day evening. All welcome. 

Emmanuel Baptist Clinrcli of S. P. 

Location, Bartlett street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third. Pastor, Rev. Frank B. Cressey, 
residence, 129 Bartlett street. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a, m., and 7: 30 
P.M.; Sunday School, 12:30 p. m. ; prayer meeting 
every Wednesday evening at 7:30. 

Third Baptist Cliurcli. 

Location, east side of Powell street, between Bush 
and Sutter. Rev. George E. Duncan, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 518 Powell 

Number of members, eighty five. This church 
was organized in 1854. Services are held every Sab- 
bath at 11 A.M. and 7:30p.m. A Sunday School, 
with an average attendance of sixty-five is held at 
12:30 p.m. Y. p. S. 0. E. held every Sunday, 6 to 
7:30 p.m. 

Union Square Baptist Clinrch. 

Location, south side of Bush street, between Hyde 
and Larkin. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
P. M. Prayer Meeting is held on Wednesday even- 
ings at 7:30 o'clock summer and 7:45 winter 

The Sabbath School meets immediately after morn- 
ing service. 

Baptist Cliinese Mission. 

Location, corner Sacramento street and Waverly 
Place. Rev. J. B. Hartwell, D. D., Superintendent ■ 
residence 1011 Mason; Mrs. Alda I. Thompson, Mrs. 
E. J. Houghton, Misses Martha J. Ames, and 
Minnie M. Ham, Missionaries. Preaching every Sun- 
day at 1 and 7:30 p.m. Bible class and children's Sun- 
day School at 12 M., and Sunday School for adults at 
6 p. M. Mission School every day at 7 p. m., closing 
with religious exercises. All religious services in the 
Chinese language. Day School for Chinese children 
daily, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

CONGEEG-ITIONAL. 
First Congfreg'ational Churcli. 

Location, southeast corner of Post and Mason streets. 
Rev. Charles O'Brown, pastor. L. B. Benchley, 
Superintendent of Sunday School. 

This church was organized July 29th, 1849. The 
presentmembershipisabouteight hundred and sixty- 
four 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m., and at 
7:30 p. M.between the first of September and first of I 
May, and at 7:45 p. m. during the other months of the 
year. Chinese School at 6 p. m. Church Prayer I 



Meeting every Wednesday at same hour as the Sun- 
day evenings. Socials monthly. Kindergarten on 
Harrison street ; Miss Williams, Principal. Benev- 
olent Society and Delta Sigma Literary, semi- 
monthly. Teachers' Association, monthly. 

The Sabbath School connected with the Church has 
an enrolled membership of over five hundred schol- 
ars and teachers. It meets immediately after morn- 
ing service. 

Young People's Society for Christian Endeavor 
meets every Sunday at 6:30 p. m. 

The Rechabite Temperance Society of the Church 
supports Free Reading Rooms at 155 New Mont- 
gomery street. 

There is also a Junior Christian Endeavor Society, 
which meets in library Friday afternoons at 3:30, 
and a Boys' Brigade which meets in lecture-room 
Friday evenings at 7:30 P. m. 

Plymouth Cong^regational Church. 

Location, north side of Post street, between Bu- 
chanan and Webster. Rev. W. D.Williams, D.D., Pas- 
tor ; residence, 1719 Post ; study in the church, hoiirs 
9 to 12 M. 

This church was organized January 12th, 1862. 
Present membership about six hundred. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. 
and at half past 7 o'clock p. m. Bible Classes and 
Sabbath School at half past 9 o'clock a. ii., and im- 
mediately after the morning service. Weekly Prayer 
Meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. ar. 

Third Congpregfational Church. 

Location, south Bide of Fifteenth street, between 
Valencia and Mission. Rev. Frederick B. Pullan, 
Pastor ; residence, 117 Capp street. Number of mem- 
bers, two hundred and eighty-one. 

This church had its origin in the Fall of 1862. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 
7:30 p. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening. 

The Sabbath School has an average attendance of 
about four hundred and fifty. Meets immediately 
after morning service. 

The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor 
numbers nearly two hundred members. The Senior 
Branch meets Sunday evenings at 6:30. Young Mens' 
Social and Debating Society meets every Friday even- 
ing in Young Mens' Parlor. 

The Alethean Club meets on Saturday evenings, 
weekly. 

The Ladies' Aid Society meets bi-weekly on Tues- 
days at 10:30 a, m. Ladies' Missionary meetings and 
Devotional meetings alternate each week on Friday 
at 3:30 P. M. The Alpha Kappa Missionary Society 
meets bi-weekly on Friday afternoons at 1 :30. 

Fourth Congregational Church. 

Location, south side of Green street, between Stock- 
ton and Powell. Rev. H. H. Wikoff, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 1009 Green street. 

The church was organized February 1865. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 
7:45 P.M. Prayer Meeting every AVednesday at 7:45 
p. M. The Sabbath Schools connected with the 
church number about three himdred members and 
have a library containing eight himdred volumes. 
The Home School meets immediately after morning 
service. 

Olivet Congregational Church. 

Location, southwest corner of Seventeenth and 
Noe streets. Rev. H. H. Cole, pastor; study at the 
Church. Organized in 1884. Services every Sabbath 
at 11 A. M., and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School at 12:30p. m. 

Park Congregational Church. 

Location 416 Devisadero street. Eev. Horace W. 
Houlding pastor ; residence 8 )<J Alpine street. Ser- 
vice on Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m, and 7:30 p. m. 

Bethany Congregational Church. 

Location, Bartlett street, near Twenty-fifth. Eev. 
William C. Pond, Pastor ; residence, 418 Bartlett street. 

This Church was organized February 23rd, 1873. Re- 
cognized by an Ecclesiastical Council duly called 
February 25th, 1874. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a- m. and 7:30 
p. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 8. The 



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Sabbatli School has an enrolled membership of four 
hundred and thirty. Meets at 12:30 p. M. Branch 
Sunday School at corner of twenty-fourth street and 
Potrero avenue, at 3 p. m. Meetings of Young People's 
Society of Christian Endeavor at 5:45 and 6:30 p. m. 
Services for Chinese members in Chinese language at 
5 Brenham Place at 12:30 and 8 p. m. every Sabbath. 

Ocean Vie'w Union Congregational 
Church. 

Location, Broad Av, near Capital street. Sunday 
preaching by Rev. E. R. Galloway, Pastor, at 11 
A.M.; Sunday School at 12:15 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 
Friday at 8 p. m. 

Pilgrim Chapel. 

Location, Edinburgh street, near Persia. Sunday 
School at 2:30 p. m. John H. Kemp, Superintendent. 

Seventh Avenwe Chapel. 

Location, corner Seventh and Clement avenues. 
Rev. G. T. McCoUum, Pastor. Sunday School at 3 
p. M. ; F. K. Houston, Superintendent. Sunday 
preacning at 7:30 p. m. 

The Congregational Associates meet at 7 Montgom- 
ery Av, room 23. 

Pierce Street Chapel. 

Location, northwest cor Pierce and Green streets, 
James H.Beardman Superintendent. Sunday School 
at 3 p. M. 

California Chinese Mission. 

Rot. W. C. Pond, superintendent; residence 418 
Bartlett street. 

Incorporated March, 1876. This corporation has 
been formed for the purpose of conducting Christian, 
missionary and educational operations among the 
Chinese and Japanese in California. 

There are three Mission Schools in San Francisco 
and fifteen elsewhere : 

1. Central — No. 5 Brenham Place; Teachers, Miss 
Jessie S. Worley, Mrs. H. W. Lamont, Miss Violet 
Lamont, Mrs. Mary A. Green and Jee Gam. 

2. Barnes — No. 1729 San Carlos avenue, near Nine- 
teenth ; Teacher, Miss Olive Patton. 

3. West — No. 1818 Laguna street; Teachers, Miss 
Florence N. Worley and Chin Gang. 

Religious services are held every Sunday at No. 5 
Brenham Place at 12:15 p. m. and 7:15 p. m., and every 
Wednesday in at 7:30 p. m. Hours of instruction in 
all the schools: 7 to 9:30 P. m., each day except Wed- 
nesday. 

The Congregational Association of Christian Chin- 
ese organized in connection with this Mission, for 
mutual aid in the development of Christian character 
and in doing Christian work has about five hundred 
members. Jee Gam, President ; Wong Chung, Secre- 
tary. 



EPISCOPAL. 
Trinity Church. 

It had its beginning in Divine Service, celebrated 
on the eighth day of July, 1849. 

Location, northeast comer of Post and Powell 
streets. Rev. George Edward Walk, ^Rector ; resi- 
dence, 1427 Post 

This is the oldest parish of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church on the Pacfic Coast. The ordinary services 
are Morning Prayer, at 11 a. m., with Holy Commun- 
ion on first and third Sundays and Holy-days. 
Evening Prayer at 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. Sermons 
after Morning and Evening Prayers eveiy Sunday, 
and after Morning Prayers at the greater Festivals 
and on Thanksgiving Day. Sunday School at 9:30 
A. M., and Public Catechising at the same hour, 
the first Sunday in the month. Ladies' Pastoral 
Aid Society Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. Sewing School 
at 10 A. M., every Saturday. St. Mary's Guild on 
Fridays at 2:30 p. m. Lenten Services as arranged 
by the Rector from time to time. 

Other societies and institutions connected with the 
church are Church Literature Club and Trinity 
Home for Friendless Girls. 

Grace Church. 

Location, southeast corner of California and Stock 
ton streets. Rev. R. C. Foute, Rector; residence 2123 
California. Rev. C. J. Mason, Assistant; residence, 
1521 Washington 



This church was organized in 1849. 

The corner stone of the present church edifice was 
laid by Bishop Kip in May, 1860. 

Services are held every Sunday at 8 and 11 a. m., 
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School meets at 9:30 A. m. and 
1 p. m. 

St. John's Church. 

Location, Fifteenth street near Valencia. Rev. Dr. 
E. B. Spalding, Rector ; residence, 1534 Mission street. 
Rev. H. H. Howitt, Assistant. 

This church was established in November, 1857. 

Services are held every Sunday at 7 and 11 a. m., 
and 7:30 p. m. Also, on all Holy Days at 7 a. m. The 
Sunday School niimbers about four hundred and 
fifty scholars, and twenty-five teachers. Number of 
volumes in the library, one thousand. Meets at 9:30 
A. m. 

Church of the Advent. 

Location, east side Eleventh street, between Market 
and Mission, where a handsome edifice has been 
erected to take the place of the building on Howard 
street in which services were formerly held. Rev. 
John Gray, Rector ; residence, 226 Van Ness Av. 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.. and7:30 p. m. The 
Sunday School has an average attendance of about 
four hundred, and meets at 9 :30 a. m. This church is 
open all the time, everyday in the year 

Church of S. Mary the Virgin. 

Location, west side Steiner near Union. Rev. W. 
W. Bolton, Pastor. 

St. liuke's Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Clay street and Van 
Ness avenue. Rev. William W. Davis, Rector, resi- 
dence 1710 Clay. Rev F. H. Church, Associate Rec- 
tor, residence 1714 Clay. 

Services Sundays 8 and 11 a. m. ; 2;30 (children's 
service), and at 7:45 p. m. (evensong). Daily ser- 
vices: Wednesday 11 A. m., Friday 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. 
Other days 4:30 p.m. Holy communion Sundays 8 
A. M. (first Sunday of month also at 11 a. m.) Thurs- 
days and. Saints' Days, 7:30 A. m. 

St. Alban's Church. 

Location, Foresters Hall, 102 O'Farrell street. Rev. 
W. I. Kipp, Jr., Minister in charge. Sunday School, 
William G. Badger, Superintendent, meets at 9:30 a. 
M. Regular service at 11 a. m. Vesper service at 8 
p. M. 

St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church. 

Location, south side California street, between Fill- 
more and Steiner. Rev. Floyd J. Mynard, Rector : 
residence, 1812 Pierce street. 

Services are held every Sunday at 7:30 and 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. M. The Sunday School, under the super- 
intendence of the rector, meets at 9:30 a. m. 

St. James' Mission SundaySchool (St. Paufs Parish) 
meets at 2:30 in the afternoon in temporary quarters 
on Fifth Av. near Point Lobos Av 

Services are held the third Sunday in each month 
at 3:30 p.m. 

St. Peter's Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Stockton and Filbert 
streets. Rev. John A. Emery, Rector ; residence, 136 
Chestnut street. 

This narish was organized in July, 1867. 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday School meets at 9:30 a. m. 

Ladies' Aid Society meets on Friday at 1 p. m. 

St. Stephen's Church. 

Location, north side of Fulton street, between Web- 
ster and Fillmore. Rev. Edgar J. Lion, Rector; resi- 
dence, 812 Fulton street. 

This church was organized early in the year 1875. 

Services are held on Sundays at 7 a. m., 11 a. m. 
and 7:45 p. m. 

The SundaySchool, which numbers about two hun- 
dred, meets at 9:30 a. m. 

Bible Classes at 12:.30 and 6.30 p. m. 

Sunday School services in connection with the 
Episcopal Church are held every Sunday at Cambrian 
Hall, 1133 Mission street, at 9:30 A. M., under the sup- 
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EVANGELICAL. 

First En«^Ii8li Kvaiig^olical Iiutlierau 
Clinrcli. 

Location, Genry street, near Gough. Eev. M. W. 
Haiuiua, Pastor; residence, 711 Jones street. 

Services every Lord's Day at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p.m. 
Sunday Si^liool at 9:45 a. m. Lecture and prayer ser- 
vice every Wednesday evening at 7:45. Young peo- 
ples' meeting on the evening of each Lord's Day at 7. 

Seats free. Cordial welcome to all. 

St. Mark'8 German Evangelical Lutheran 
ChnrcU. 

Location, south sideof Geary street, between Stock- 
ton and Powell. Kev. Julius Fuendeling, Pastor; 
residence, 705 Bush street. Pastor's study in the 
church ; hours from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

Services in the German language every Sabbath at 
10:30 a. m., and at 7:30 p.m. The Sabbath School 
meets at 9:15 A. M. Several branch Sabbath Schools 
are connected with this Church. Catechism instruc- 
tion every Tuesday and Friday at 4 p. m., and daily 
during Lent time. 

St. Panlus German Evangelical l>ath.eran 
Churcli. 

This church, of which Rev. J. M. Buehler, 1212 
Mission street, is pastor, commenced the erection of a 
new building at the corner of Eddy and Gough streets 
last September, and hopes to have the same completed 
for occupancy in August of this year. 1893. Style of 
architecture pure Gothic ; dimensions 75xl2o" feet. 
Present location Is on the south side of Mission 
street, between Fifth and Sixth. 

Services in the German language every Sabbath at 
10:30 A.M., and 7:45 p. m. Sunday School, with a 
present membership of 511, at 9:15 a. m. 

A primary and grammar school, which besides the 
branche.'! taught in the Public Schools, devotes par- 
ticular attention to the study of the German lan- 
guage, and to religious instruction, is connected with 
this church. Special regard has been taken in the 
erection of the new building to provide the most per- 
fect accommodations for this school. J. H. Hargens, 
33GCapp street, principal. 

Our Saviour's Scandinavian Evangelical 
Liutlieran Cliurch. 

Location, south side Howard street, between 
Twelfth and Thirteenth. Rev. O. Grcensberg, Pas- 
tor ; residence, 1631 Howard street. 

A Ladies' Society to promote the interests of the 
church and for the relief of poor Scandinavians has 
lately been organized. Services in the Scandinavian 
language every Sunday at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. 

St. .John's German Evangelical Church. 

Location^ north side Greenwich street, between 
Stockton and Dupont. Rev. John G. Mangold, 
Pastor; residence, 520 Greenwich street, rear. 

Services on Sunday at the usual hours. Sunday 
School at 9:30 A. M. 

St. Johannes' German Evangelical Lu- 
theran Church. 

Location, north side Twenty-second street, between 
Howard and Capp. Rev. John H. Schroeder, Pastor- 
residence 2703 Mission street. ' 

Suniay service at 10:45 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sun- 
day School at 9 A. M. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Ebenezer 
Church. 

Location, Mission street, between Eighth and 
Ninth. Rev. 0. M. Esbjorn, A. M., Pastor ; residence, 
416 Golden Gate avenue. 

Services in Swedish at 10:45 a. m., and 8pm 
Sundays. Sunday School at 12:15 p. m. 

Prayer meeting Saturday at 7:30 p. m. Choir meeting 
Tuesday at 8 p. m. Preaching Thursday at 8 p. m. 

Young people's meeting every Friday at 8 p. m. 

Confirmation class Monday and Wednesday at 7 p m 
Sewing Society first Wednesday evening of each 
month. 

: Salem Evangelical Church (German). 

Location, southeast corner of Twenty-second and 



Shotwell streets. Rev. August Heluhaus Pastor; 
residence, 737 Shotwell street. 

Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. Prayer meeting every 
Wednesday at 8 p. m. 

Emanuel C'hurch of the Evangelical As- 
sociation. 

Location, west side of Twefth street, between Market 
and Mission. Rev. Conrad Gruen, Pastor; residence, 
2GJ<i Twelfth street, formerly Potter. 

Services every Sabbath at 10:45 a.m., and 7:30 p.m. 
Sabbath School, numbering two hundred and twenty 
teacher.s and scholars, meets at 9:30 a. m. 

Young People's Alliance meets every Sabbath even- 
ing at half i)ast 6 o'clock. 

Swedish Evangelical Mission Church. 

Location, north side of Jessie street, between Sixth 
and Seventh, Rev. 0. Anderson, Pastor ; residence, 
633 Natoma street. 

Services in the Swedish language every Sabbath at 
11 A. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Sabbath School at 10 a. m. 



GEEEK CATHOLIC. 
Russian Cathedral. 

Location, west side of Powell street, near Filbert. 

Services Tuesdays at 6 p. m.; Wednesdays at 7 a.m.; 
Fridays at 6 p.m.; Saturdays at 7 a. m. and 7 P. m.; 
Sunday at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. 

Cathedral of St. Basil the Great (of the established 
Church of all the Russians) . 

Cathedral staff, which comprises the Russian Ec- 
clestical Consistory of Alaska (organized 1695): Rt. 
Eev. Nicholas, Bishop of Alaska and the Aleutian 
Islands (Regular); Very Rev. Father N. Korastin, Co- 
adjutor (Regular) ; Very Rev. S.Dabovioh, Archiman- 
drite (Regular); Rev. J. Zoubousky (Secular); Rev. 
Father Nicholas Grenkevitch (Secular) ; Rev. Father 
Ivan A. Soboleff (Secular). 



HEBKEW. 
Congregation Emanu-El. 

Location of synagogue, north sideof Sutter street, 
between Stockton and Powell. Eev. Dr. Jacob Voor- 
sanger. Rabbi, residence 2318 California street. 

A school for the religious education of the youth. 
With three hundred pupils, is conducted in the base- 
ment rooms of the synagogue building. 

Congregation Ohabai Shalome. 

Location of synagogue, east side of Mason street, 
between Geary and Post. David Meyerson, Cantor, 
residence, 1419 Octavia street. 

The elegant edifice occupied by this congregation 
■was erected in 1865. Number of members about one 
hundred and eighty. 

Congregation Beth Israel. 

Location of temple, Geary street, near Octavia, M. 
&. Levy. Rabbi ; J. Rablnowitz, Cantor 

The present membership is about two hundred. 
Services are held daily, morning and evening, at the 
usual hours. L. Peckerman, president ; Marcus 
Levy secretary ; J. L. Franklin, treasurer. A school 
for the religious education of the youth has nearly 
300 pupils ' 

Congregation Sherith Israel. 

Location of synagogue, northeast corner of Post and 
Taylor streets. Max Rubin, cantor ; residence, 19373^ 
O'Farrell street. Louis Brown, president; Alex- 
ander L. Badt, secretary. A school for the religious 
education of the youth, with two hundred and fifty 
pupils, is conducted iu the basement of the Syna- 
gogue. 

Congregation Shaarey Zedek. 

Location of synagogue, northeast corner of Stock- 
ton and California streets. Rev. Simon Goldstein, 
Rabbi ; residence, 16 Bernard. 

Services every Friday evening and every Monday, 
Thursday and Saturday morning. School for religious 
instruction daily, from 3 to 5 p. m. 



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Congi'eg'atioii. BetIi-])Iena.Iiiin. Streisand. 

Location of synagogue, 335 Minna street, between 
Fourth and Fifth. Joseph Willner, Kabbi. Resi- 
dence, 605 Minna street. Services held every day. 

, Congxegation Nevali-Zedelt. 

Services held at 14 Golden Gate avenue three 
times daily. , teacher of the congrega- 
tion. 

METHODIST. 

Resident Bishop Methodist Episcopal Church for 
the Pacific Coast, Daniel A. Goodsell, D.D., L.L.D., 
address, 1037 Market street. 

San Francisco District, Eev. F. D. Bovard, D.D., 
Presiding Elder, residence 35 Beaver street. 

First niethodist Episcopal Gliurcli. 

Location, west side of Powell street, between Wash- 
ington and Jackson. i;i|i Rev. T. H. Woodward, Pastor ; 
residence, 1014 Washington street. 

This is the oldest Protestant church organization in 
San Francisco or in California, several families 
having been formed into a society here by Eev. W. 
Roberts, in 1846. 

Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Class meetings at 10 a. m. and 12 :30 and 6 p. m. Sun- 
day school at 12:30 p. m. Young Peoples' meeting at 
6:30p.m. Prayer and testimony service Monday, 
Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Phcenix Band of 
Hope second and fourth Friday evenings of each 
month. Boys' Brigade military drill Saturday even- 
ings. 

Hotrard Street Metliodist Episcopal Cliurcli 

Location, south side of Howard street, between 
Second and Third. Eev. W. W. Case, D. D., Pastor; 
residence, 2026 Howard street. 

Services every Sabbath morning and evening at the 
usual hours. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at 7 :30 
p. M. Class meetings at 9:30 A. m and 12:30 p. m. Sun- 
days, and 7:30 p. m. on Thursday and Friday. Ep- 
■worth League praise and testimony meeting onat 6:15 
p. M. Sabbath School 12:30 p. m. ; J. R. Donough 
Superintendent. 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Cliui'cli, 
South. 

Location, Bush street, between Octavia and Gough. 
Rev. R. J. Briggs, Pastor; residence, 1818 Bush street. 
Services every Sunday at 11. a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday School, 9:45 A. M., Frank Barrere, Super- 
intendent. Prayer-meeting every Wednesday at 7 :30 
p. M. 

Central Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, north side of Mission street, between 
Sixth and Seventh. Eev. E. R. Dille, D. D., Pastor; 
residence, 1210 Mission street. 

Services every Sabbath morning and evening at the 
usual hours. Sabbath School and Bible classes at 1 
P.M. William Abbott, Superintendent. Class Meet- 
ings Sabbath at 10 a. m., and at 12:30 P. M. Band of 
Hope 3:30 p.m. Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. 
Boys' Brigade Monday evening. Chautauqua Class 
Tuesday evening. General Prayer Meeting Wednesday 
evening. Class Meeting Thursday evening. 

Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner Church and Twenty-sixth streets, 
Noe Valley. Rev. A. H. Briggs, Pastor ; residence 
412 Valley street. 

Services at 11 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 
at 9:30 A. m., -Job Steven ton Superintendent. Band of 
Hope 2:30 p.m., S. J. Hammond Leader. Prayer Meet- 
ing Wednesday evening. 

Grace Blethodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, northwest corner Twenty-first and Capp 
streets. Rev. E. McOlish, D. D., Pastor; residence, 
938 Twenty-first street. 

Services on Sabbath at 11 a. m., and at 7:30 p.m. 
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30 P. m. Sabbath 
School meets at 2:30 p. m.; J. H. Baker, Superinten- 
dent. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Mission Church. 

Location, south side Twenty-third street, between 
Florida and Alabama. Pastorate vacant. 

Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., Joseph Sanchez, Super- 
intendent. 



Fotrero Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Tennessee street, south of Solano, Po- 
trero. Rev. M. H. Alexander, Pastor ; residence, 719 
Minnesota street. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evenings. Sunday School 
at 9 :30 A. M. Young People's Society, 6 ■.■iO p.m.; John 
W. Hamilton, Superintendent. 

California German District — Rev. C. H. Afflerbach, 
Presiding Elder ; residence, 1933 Greenwich street. 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, north side Broadway street, between 
Stockton and Powell. Rev. Geo. Guth, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 825 Green street. 

Services every Sabbath at H a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; 
also, every Wednesday evening in the German lan- 
guage. Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. 

German Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Folsom street, between Fourth and Fifth, 
Eev. Frederick Bonn pastor; residence 864b Folsom 
street 

Services every Sunday at 10:45 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. 
Sabbath School at 9:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting every 
Wednesday evening 7:45 p. m. Praise Meeting every 
Friday evening at 8 p. m. All services in the German 



Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, corner Hayes and Buchanan streets. Eev. 
A. C. Hirst, D.D., Pastor ; residence, Buchanan corner 
Oak street. 

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 
at 12:45 p. m. ; C. B. Perkins, Superintendent. Prayer 
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Lyceum first Mon- 
day of each month. Junior Epworth League, Friday 
3:30 P. m.. Miss Emma S. Graves Superintendent. 

Bush Street Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner California and Scott. Rev. Thomas 
Filben, Pastor; residence, 2829 California street. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m., 
Class Meeting Sundays at 10 a. m. Prayer Meeting 
Wednesday evenings. Sabbath School every Sunday 
at 12:30 P. m. W. F. Gibson, Superintendent 

Fifteenth Avenue Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, south side Teneriflfe street, between Sus- 
quehanna and St. John, South S. F., Rev. Arthur 
Anderson, Pastor ; residence, 15 Frankfort avenue 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday School at 12:30 p. m., H. F. Perry, Superin- 
tendent. 

Van Ness Avenub Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location corner Van Ness and Austin avenues. 
Rev, Samuel Hirst, Pastor. Residence 1424 Bush. 
Services on Sunday 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth 
League, Thomas Johns President, 6:30 p. m. Class 
meets Tuesdays, 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 12:30 
p. M., C. A. Mydwell Superintendent. Prayer Meeting 
Wednesdays 7:30 p. m., and Bible Meeting Fridays 
7:30 P. M. 

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Sixteenth and Noe 
streets. Rev. E. R.Willis, Pastor; residence, 910 J^ 
Sixteenth street. 

Services every Sabbath, W. P. Higginbotham Su- 
perintendent, at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
School at 12:30 p. m. German Sunday School at 2:30 
p. M. Young People's Society at 6:30 p. m. Prayer 
Meeting every Wednesday at 7 :30 p. m. 

First S^redish Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Place of worship, Howard street, between Eighth 
and Ninth. Rev. J. O. Wahlberg, Pastor; residence 
407 Tenth. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m., and 7: 30 
P.M. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 7:45 P.M. San- 
day School meets at 9:45 a. m. Young People's So- 
ciety 6: 45 p. M. 



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African nietlioflist Episcopal Zion Church. 

Location, west side of Stockton street, between Olay 
and Sacramento. Kev. W. H. Tucker. Pastor; resi- 
dence lOOU Clay 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m., 
Sabbatli School at 1:30 P. M. Vrayer Meeting on Wed- 
nesday evenings at 8 p. m. Class Meetings on Friday 
evening of each week at 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor 
Meeting every Sabbath afternoon at 6:30 p. m. 

Second African Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, west side of Powell street, between Jack- 
son and Pacific. Rev. D. R. Jones, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1132 Broadway street. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 
Sabbath School at 1:30 p. M. 

Second Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South. 

Location, corner Guerrero and Twentieth streets. 
Eev. J. D. Dorsey, Pastor; residence, at the church. 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Epworth League at 6:30 
p. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 
Ladies' Aid Association, Thursday at 3 p. m. 
St. John's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, 810 Army street, near Guerrero. Rev. 
William Schuldt, Pastor ; residence, 832 Army street. 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Sun- 
day School at 9:30 a. m. 

Chinese Mission House of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

Location, 916 AVashington street. Rev. F.J. Masters, 
Superintendent; Mrs. Downs, Matron and Teacher of 
Girls' Home; Mrs. Ida Hall, Scripture Reader and 
Visitor; Rev. H. F. Chan, Assistant Missionary. 

The schools are graded into five classes, employing 
three experienced teachers, and are open every evening 
during the week except Saturday. Tuition $1 per 
month. 

Sunday services in Chinese at 12:30 p. m. and 7-30 
P.M. Sunday School at 11:30 a. m. Week day ser- 
vices in Chinese every Wednesday at 8 p m 
Street Preaching at Waverly Place every Sunday at 

Japanese Methodist Episcopal Mission and 
Church. 

Location, 531 Jessie street, between Sixth and 
Seventh Rev. M. 0. Harris, D. D., Superintendent 
and Pastor; Rev. T. Matsuda and Rev. K. Okabe 
Assistants. ' 

Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday 

r';^?''/,''?™ ^^ ^-J^ ^ ^- ^- Epworth League, from 
6:30 to 7:15 P. M. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday from 8 
^? J-^- E'^ening School, from 8 to 10 p. m. • Miss 
^^^■g^Ia^well, teacher of English ; three Japanese 

San Francisco Church Extension Society 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Rooms of the Society 1037 Market street; Charles 
BuiWin P''®^"^^''': ^- ^- Gibson, secretary, Crocker 



PEESBYTEKIAN. 
First Presbyterian Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Van Ness avenue and 
Sacramento street. Rev. Robert Mackenzie, D D 
Pastor ; residence, 1822 Pacific Av ; Rev. John Rea 
Associate Pastor; residence 1717 Washington street ' 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7-45 
P. M. Lecture on Wednesday evenings. Sundav 
School and Bible Classes 12:45 p. m. Young People's 
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6 :30 p. m Praye? 
Meeting every Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. -^"J^r 

Calvary Presbyterian Church. 

Location, northwest corner of Geary and Powell 
streets. Pastorate vacant. -roweu 

This church was organized July 17 1854 
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m 

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Howard Presbyterian Church. 

Location, south side of Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Kev. Kenneth J. Duncan, Pastor- 
residence 129 Halght 

The church was organized September, 1850. 

Regular services are held on Sundays at 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 p.m. Lecture on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 
Sunday School meets at 9:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. m. 
Young People's Society meets at 6:15 p. m. 

Franklin Street Presbyterian Church. 

Location, southwest corner of Franklin and Vallej» 
streets. Rev. W. W^ Faris, D. D., Pastor • residence, 
1799 Filbert corner Octavia ' 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p m. 
Young People's Prayer Meeting Sundays at 6:45 p. m., 
and regular Prayer Meeting every Wednesday night 
at 7 :45. The Sabbath School meets at 9 :30 a. m. 

Entmanuel Mission. 

Location, 928 Harrison street, between Fifth and 
Sixth. Rev. James Woodworth, Superintendent • res- 
idence, 1713 Stevenson street. Sunday School every 
Sabbath at 2:30 P.M. 

First United Presbyterian Church. 

Location, 8E corner Golden Gate avenue and Polk 
street. Rev. M. M. Gibson, D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence, 803 Guerrero street, near Twentieth. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M. Sabbath School at 12:30 P. m. 

The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 
6:30 P. M. Prayer meeting services each Wednesday 
evening at 7:45. 

Second Vnited Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Guerrero street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third. Rev. E. B. Stewart, Pastor • resi- 
dence, 817 Guerrero street. 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M. Sabbath School at 12:30 p. m. The Young 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. 
Prayer Meeting service every Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

IVestminster Presbyterian Church. 

Location, south side of Fell street, between Octavia 
and Laguna. Rev. John Quincy Adams, Pastor • resi- 
dence, 721 Hayes street. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Sunday School at 12:30 p. m.; J. B. Angell, Superinten- 
dent. Prayer meetings Wednesdays at 7 :30 p. m. 
Trinity Presbyterian Church. 

Location SW corner Capp and Twenty- third streets. 
Rev. J. Gumming Smith, Pastor; residence 2527 
Howard street. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Prayer meeting and Teachers' meeting at 7:30 p. m. 
Wednesday. 

Sunday School at 12:30 P. m. 

First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Mozart Hall, 1358 Market street, between 
Seventh and Eighth. Rev. J. P. Dickson, Pastor • resi- 
dence, 228 Dolores street. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church. 

Location, SE corner California and Octavia streets. 
Pastorate vacant. 

Church services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The Sab- 
bath School meets at 9:45 a. m. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Mississippi street, between Butte and 
Napa. Rev. E. G. Mathena, D.D., Pastor; residence, 
cor Solano and Texas streets. 

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. M. 

Sabbath School at 10 a. m. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Algeria street, near Railroad avenue. 
South San Francisco. Rev. Franklyn Rhoda, Pastor ; 
residence Nineteenth Av near Railroad Av, South S.F. 

This Church was organized March 23, 1871. Services 
every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Sabbath School meets at 9:45 a. m. 

Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p, m. 

Lebanon Presbyterian Church. 

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Sanchez streets. Rev. Donald M. Boss, Pastor ; resi- 
dence 122 Hill street 

Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. M. Sunday School 
12:30 p. M. Boys' Brigade meets for drill every 
Friday 7:30 p. M. Christian Endeavor every Sunday 
6:30 p. M. 

Welsh. Presbyterian. Clinrcli. 

Place of worship, Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission 
street. Rev. R. Vaughan Griffith, Pastor ; residence, 
1314 Mission street. Hours of service, 10:30 a.m. 
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School immediately after 
morning service. Average attendance, seventy. 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Presbyterian Chinese Church and 
Mission. 

Location, west side of Stockton street, between 
Washington and Clay. Rev. I. M. Condit, A. M., Mis- 
sionary in charge. His study is in the Church. Resi- 
dence 262 Thirteenth street, Oakland 

Religious services in the Chinese language are 
held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sabbath Schools at 12:15 and 6 p. m. An even- 
ing school, free to the Chinese, is open throughout 
the week, and is taught by the missionary and 
other teachers. 

Religious services in the Chinese and English lan- 
guages are held at the close of each evening session, 
with preaching on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. 

The Chinese Christian Association occupies a large 
parlor in the Church. A Chinese Christian Endeavor 
Society is held on Saturday evenings at 8 o'clock. 
Japanese Presbyterian Church and 
Mission. 

Location, 121 Haight street. Managed by E. S. 
Sturge, M. D., Presbyterian Medical Missionary. 
Services on Sabbath at 1 and 8 p. m. Prayer Meet- 
ings on Wednesday at 8 p. m. An evening school 
for teaching English and German is held every 
night except Saturday, and closed with religious 
instruction. The Japanese Young Men's Christian 
Association meets in the same building and unites 
in services. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

St. Mary'g Cathedral. 

. Location, northwest corner of Van Ness avenue 
and O'Farrell street. Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, Arch- 
bishop ; Very Rev. J. J. Prendergast, V. G., Rector; 
Rev. P. C. York, Rev. W. P. Kirby, and Rev. Edward 
J. Doran, Assistants ; Rev. George Montgomery, 
Chancellor ; pastoral residence, northeast corner of 
Franklin and O'Farrell streets. 

Masses: On Sundays and Holy Days, at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 
10:30 A. M.; for the children in the cathedral chapel 
at 9:00 a. m. Vespers and Benediction on Sundays at 
7:30 p. M. 

St. Mary'g Church (Old Cathedral.) 

Location, northeast corner California and Dupont 
streets. Rev. T. Larkin, Rector; Rev. Joseph O'Con- 
nor, assistant. Pastoral residence, 628 California 
street. 

Masses at 7, 9 and 10:30 on Sundays and Holy Days. 

St. Dominic's Church and Monastery. 

Location, northwest corner of Bush and Steiner 
streets. Served by the Dominican Fathers connected 
with the Church. Very Rev. B. M. Doogan, Rector. 

Masses Sunday at 6, 7, 8, 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 a. m. 
Procession of the Rosary Confraternity on the first 
Sunday of each month. Procession of the Holy Name 
Confraternity on the second Sunday of each month, 
at 7:30 p. m., followed bj sermon and Benediction. 
Sermon and Benediction at 7:30 p.m. Masses week 
days at 6, 6:30, 7 and 8 a. m. 

St. Francis' Church. 

Location, north side of Vallejo street, between Du- 
pont and Stockton. Rev. J. Corcoran, Assistant 
Pastor ; Assistant Pastoral residence, northeast cor- 
ner Vallejo street and Montgomery avenue. 

Masses: Sundays at 7, 9. and 10:45 a. m. Vespers 
and Benediction on Sundays at 7:30 p. m. Mass 
on week days at 7:30 and 9 A. M. Sunday School at 
9:30 A. M. Organist, Mrs. A. Collins. 



St. Ig'natins' Churcli. 

Location, north side of Hayes street, west of Van 
Ness avenue. Served by the Fathers of the Society 
of Jesus, connected with St. Ignatius' College. 

Order of Divine Service, Sundays and Holydays of 
obligation: Morning, Masses at 5, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 
8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 a. m. ; evening. Rosary at 7:15 p. m.; 
Vespers at 7:30 p. m. ; Sermon and Benediction at 
8 P. m. Week days. Morning Masses at 5, 5:45, 6:30, 
7:15 and 8 a. m.; evening. Rosary and other Devotional 
Exercises at 7:30 p. m. Confessions are heard at all 
times. 

St. Patrick's Church. 

Location, north side of Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Rev. Peter J. Grey, Rector ; Rev. 
P. Foley Rev. John Brennan, and Rev. P. B. Duffy 
Assistants. Pastoral residence, 744 Mission street. 

Masses : Sundays, at 6:15, 7:15, 8, 9, and 10:30 a. m. ; 
during the week, daily, at 6:30 and 7:30 A. M. Vespers 
and Benediction at 7:30 p. m. 

Notre Dame des Victoires. 

Location, north side of Bush street, near Stockton. 
Rev. Henri Audiffred, S. M., Rector ; residence, 526 
Bush street. Rev. Emile Gente, S. M. and Rev. Mau- 
rice Rousselon, S. M., Assistants. 

Masses on Sundays at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a. m. ; Mass 
on week days at 7:30 and 8 A. M. Vespers at 7 :30 p. m. 

Mission Dolores. 

Location, southwest corner of Sixteenth and Dolores 
streets. Rev. Richard P. Brennan, Rector ; Rev. Fr. 
Kieffer and Rev. J. Stokes, Assistant Rectors. Pas- 
toral residence, west side of Sixteenth street, near 
Dolores. 

The Old Mission church was dedicated on the ninth 
of October, 1776, although projected in 1769, by Father 
Junipero Serra,the Father of the California Missions. 
The first Friar who had charge was Francisco Palou, 
who was assisted in his labors by Benito Cambon. At 
the organization of this Mission, and for its protect- 
ion, there were fifteen soldiers located at the Presidio, 
under the command of S. Flores. A cemetery is at- 
tached to the church, in which the first interment 
was made in September, 1776. The first Indian con- 
vert was baptized on the twenty-seventh day of De- 
cember, in the same year. In the introductory por- 
tion of the San Francisco Directory for 1862, page 5, 
will be found further details connected with the his- 
tory of this Mission. Attached to this church is a 
large day school. 

Masses at 6, 8, 9 and 10:30 a. m. on Sundays and Fes- 
tivals. "Vespers at 7:30 p. M. 

The congregation no longer worships in the old 
church, a new one having been erected, which was 
consecrated on the 27th of February, 1884, and is 
called St. Francis of Assisi. The new church is a 
beautiful Gothic edifice, of the thirteenth century 
architecture, finely frescoed, and cost §100,000. 

St. Bridget's Church. 

Location, southwest corner of Broadway street and 
Van Ness avenue. Rev. John E. Cottle, Rector; Rev. 
B. McKinnon and Rev. M. P. Ryan, Assistants ; resi- 
dence, 2111 Van Ness avenue. 

Masses every Sunday at 6:30, 8,9 and 10:30 a. m., and 
vespers at 7:30 p. m. Catechism for the children at 2 
p. M. Masses on week days at 6:30, 7 and 7:30 a.m. 

St. Peter's Church. 

Location, east side of Alabama street, between 
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. Rev. P. S. Casey, 
Rector ; Rev. William Lyons, Rev. James McDonald 
and Rev. C. O'Hanlon, Assistants; pastoral residence, 
403 Twenty-fourth street. 

The Academy adjoining the church, under the charge 
of the Sisters of Mercy, and the Christian Brothers 
School accommodate the youth of the parish. 

Masses on Sundays at 7, 9 and 10:30 a.m., on Holy 
Days at 6, 7 and 9 a. m. Children's Mass at 9 A. m. in 
St. Peter's Hall. Sunday School after the Children's 
Mass in the Boys' School for boys, and in the Convent 
for girls. Mass on week mornings at 7 a. m. 

St. Joseph's Church. 

Location, west side of Tenth street, between Folsom 
and Howard. Rev. P. Scanlon, Rector ; Rev. John 
Dillon, Rev. J. J. McCue and Rev. P. Smith, Assist- 
ants; residence adjoining the church. 



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Services on Sundays and Holy days of obligation. 
Masses at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 a. m. in church; Mass 
also at 9 a. m. in St. Joseph's Hall, for the children of 
the parish, and Catechism immediutely after. 
Vespers at 7:30 p. m. Masses on week days at 6:30 and 
7:30 p. M. 

St. Rose's Cliurcli. 

Location, Brannan street, near Fourth. Rev. D. F. 
Nugent, Kector; Rev. Fr. Scanlan and Rev. M. J. 
Whyte, Assit-tants; residence, adjoining church. 

Masses are said at 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday 
School at 2 P.M., and Vespers at 7:30 p.m. 

St. Paul's Churcb. 

Location, northwest corner of Twenty-ninth and 
Church streets. Rev. M. D. Connolly, Rector; resi- 
dence, 162U Church street. Rev. M. O'Grady.Assi'stant. 

Masses on Sundays at 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday School 
at 10:30 A.M. 

St. Boniface's Church (German). 

Location, south side of Golden Gate avenue, be- 
tween Jones and Leavenworth streets. Rev. Leo 
Bruner, Franciscan Order, Rector; residence, 123 
Golden Gate avenue. 

Masses on Sundays at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m. and 
I Vespers at 7 :-0 p.m. Mass on week days at 7 and 8 a.m. 
Catechism, Sunday at 9:15 a.m., under the charge of 
the Sisters of St. Dominic. 

There is also in connection with the church a paro- 
chial school conducted by four sisters and one 
teacher. 

St. Teresa's Church. 

Location, cor Butte and Tennessee streets' Potrero. 
Rev. P. O'Connell, Rector. Rev. Aloysius Petlnelli, 
Assistant. 

Masses on Sundays at 7: 30, 9 and 10:30 a. m. 

Church of the Holy Cross. 

Location, NW corner Eddy and Scott streets. Rev. 
John F. McGinty, Rector ; Rev. J. Coyle, Assistant; 
residence, 1826 Eddy street. Masses on Sundays at 7, 
8:30 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday School immediately after 
8:30 Mass. 

St. Brendan's Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Fremont and Harri- 
son streets. Rev. John F. Nugent, Rector ; residence, 
320 Harrison. Rev. M. P. Scanlan, Assistant. 

Daily masses at 7:30 a.m., and on Sundays at 7:30, 
9 and 10:30 a.m.; Rosary and Benediction at 7:30 p.m! 
Sunday School at 9:30 A.M., taught by the Sisters of 
Mercy. Masses at (j a.m. at Sisters of Mercy Chapel. 

Yglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe. 

Location, north side of Broadway street, between 
Mason and Taylor. Rev. A. M. Sautandreu, Rector ; 
Rev. James Viladomat, Assistant. Pastoral resi- 
dence, 908 Broadway street. 

This church was organized for the benefit of the 
Spanish and Portuguese residents. 

Services are held in the Spanish language at 10:30 
A. M., on Sundays and Festival days. Masses at 7, 9 
and 10:30 A. M. Vespers at 7:30 p.m. Masses on week 
days at 6:30 and 7 a. m. 

Sts. Pietro e Paolo Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Filbert and Dupont 
streets. Rev. Raphael de Corolis, Rector ; Rev. Cheru- 
bino de Romanis, Assistant ; residence, 1600 Dupont. 
Mass at 7 a. m. Masses on Sundays and Holy 
Days at 7, 9 and 11 a. m. 

All Hallo-ivs' Church. 

Location, east side Susquehanna street, near Rail- 
road avenue. South San Francisco. Rev. Timothy 
Fitzpatrick, Rector. Masses on Sundays at 7:30 and 
10 A.M., and on week days at 7 :30 a.m. 

Church of St. Charles Borromeo. 

Location, northwest corner of Shotwell and Eigh- 
teenth streets. Rev. P. J. Cummins, Rector- feev 
Patrick E. Mulligan, Assistant. Masses on Sundays 
at 6:30, 7::jO, 9 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday School im- 
mediately after the nine o'clock mass. 

Sacred Heart Church. 

Location, south side of Fell street, between Web- 
ster and Fillmore. Rev. James Flood, Rector • Rev. 
M. Lagan, Assistant ; residence, 550 Fillmore. ' 



Star of the Sea Church. 

Location, northwest corner of Point Lobos and 
Eighth avenues. Attended by the clergy of the Holy 
Cross. 

Mass each Sunday at 9 A. m. followed Immediately 
by Sunday School. 

St. James' Church. 

Location, northwest corner of Twenty-third and 
Guerrero streets. Rev. P. R. Lynch, Rector: Rev. P. 
O'Connor, Assistant. Pastoral residence adjoining 
the church. 

Masses: Daily, 7 a. m.; Sundays, 7, 9 and 10:30 a.m 

Vespers Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m! 

Chapels. 

In addition to services held at the different Roman 
Catholic churches throughout the city, religious exer- 
cises take place regiilarly at the following institu- 
tions: St. Bridget's Chapel, attended by the clergy 
of St. Bridget's Church, 3118 Fillmore street- Pre- 
sentation Convent Chapel, Powell street; St. Rose's 
Convent, corner Steiner street and Golden Gate 
avenue ; Sacred Heart Convent, corner of Taylor and 
Ellis streets; St. Mary's Hospital Chapel, comer of 
First and Bryant streets ; Magdalen Asylum Chapel, 
Potrero avenue, near Twenty-first street ; St. Vin- 
cent's Orphan Asylum, South San Francisco; Sacred 
Heart College, corner of Larkin and Eddy streets • 
St. Francis Technical School, corner Gough and Geary 
streets; Academy of the Sacred Heart. Franklin and 
Ellis streets ; Hospital for Incurables, Park Road 



SWEDENBOEGIAN. 

First Ne-w Jerusalem Church. 

Location, O'Farrell street, between Webster and 
Fillmore. Rev. John Doughty, Pastor; residence 
1626 O'Farrell street. ' 

Services are held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. Admin- 
istration of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at 
the close of the morning service on the first Sun- 
days in February, May, August and November. Sab- 
bath School at 9:,30 a. m. 

Second NeAV Jerusalem Church. 

Rev. Joseph Worcester, Pastor ; residence, 930 Val- 
lejo. Meet at Druids' Hall. 413 Sutter street. Ser- 
vices at usual hours. 



UNITAEIAN. 
First Unitarian Church. 

Location, southwest corner of Geary and Franklin 
streets. Rev. Horatio Stebbins, D. D., Pastor - resi- 
dence, 1609 Larkin street. ' 

The public religious services of the church are 
held on Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Other ministrations of the church are carried on by 
the Sunday School, which numbers about three hun- 
dred teachers and scholars; the Society for Christ- 
ian Work, with a membership of one hundred and 
twenty five ladies ; the Channing Auxiliary, with a 
membership of one hundred and forty ladies ; and 
the Onward Club, a society of young people, w'ith a 
membership of sixty. The object of these societies 
is religious teaching, the care of the charities of the 
church, the cultivation of religious studies, and the 
distribution of religious literature. 

Second Unitarian Church. 

Location, corner Twentieth and Capp streets. Rev 
Leslie W. Sprague, Pastor. 

Services 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. 



UNIVEESALIST. 
First Univeraalist Church. 

Eev. G. B. Allen, Pastor. Scottish Hall, 111 Lar- 
kin. 
Services at at 11 o'clock. Sunday School at 12:30. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 
The Mariners' Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Sacramento and 
Drumm streets. Rev. Joseph Rowell, Pastor ; resid- 
ence, 1416 Sacramento street; Rev. W. D. Bishop, 
Missionary. 



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This church finds a wide field for usefulness, in the 
usual church services, a large Bible Class for seamen 
and strangers, a free reading room, monthly meetings 
of the S. V. Marine Temperance Society, and Sailors' 
W. C. T. Union. Prayer meetings daily at noon and 
on several evenings during the week.preaching on the 
Sabbath, and personal labor on the Sabbath and dur- 
ing the week at the U.S. Marine Hospital, distribu- 
tion of bibles and tracts on shipboard, boarding 
houses, and elsewhere, and missionary labors about 
the streets, wharves and shipping, and on board sea- 
going vessels. It is an undenominational missionary 
church. 

There is connected with this church a Bible Class 
and Sabbath School, numbering nearly one hun- 
dred teachers and scholars ; meets at 9:30 a. m. Ser- 
vices every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Prayer meetings every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday, at 7:30 p. m. 

Brethren. 

These Brethren had origin at Plymouth, England, 
about fifty-five years ago, in which country they are 
generally known as Plymouth Brethren. They, how- 
ever, disclaim being called by any name that would 
make them sectarian. They simply meet to the 
name of Jesus. George Miiller, of The Orphans' 
Home, Bristol, England, is among the first Brethren 
who came out in England. They meet in this city in 
Gospel Hall, 30 Seventh street. All correspondence 
to be addressed to Charles Montgomery, 208 Bush 
street. 

Advent Christian Church. 

Location, Church street, between Twenty-ninth and 
Thirtieth. Thomas Howell, Elder, residence, 20 
Derby Place, off Taylor street, near Geary. 

This Society was organized in 1870. Services are 
held every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
School immediately after morning service. 

Christian Chnrch (First) or First Church 
of the Disciples of Christ. 

Location, east side of Twelfth street, between Mis- 
sion and Howard. Rev. M. J. FergusBon, Pastor ; 
residence, 670 Twentieth street. 

Preaching every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Senior Young People's 
Society of Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. ; Junior 
Y. P. S. G. E. ,5:30 p.m. 

Praying Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Auxiliary 
to 0. W. B. M. first Thursday in each month at 2:30 
p. M. Ladies' Aid Society every Thursday, 10 a. m. 
to i p. M. 

West Side Christian Chnrch. 

Organized May 1, 1892. Location, north side Bush 
street, between Scott and Devisadero. Eev. W. A. 
Gardiner pastor, residence 2520 Bush. 

Seventh-Day Adventists . 

Organized, 1871 ; place of worship, Laguna street, 
between Golden Gate avenue and McAllister street. 
Elder George H. Derrick, Pastor, residence, 121 
Haight street. Frank Brown, Local Elder; residence, 
722 Laguna 

Services every Saturday at 11 a. m., and Sundays at 
7:30 p.m. Sabbath School every Saturday at 9:45 a. 
M. Missionary Meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7 p.m. 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter-Day Saints (San Francisco 
Branch) . 

Organized 1863. George S. Lincoln, Presiding Elder- 
Meets every Sunday. Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. 

and 7:30 p. m. ; Svinday School at 2 p. m., inMemorial 

Hall. 320 Post street. 

Salvation Army. 

Headquarters (Pacific Coast Division) J. J. Keppel, 
Major, 1139 Market street. 

Corps No. 1, 632 Commercial street. 

Corps No. 2, basement SE cor Sacramento and 
Kearny streets. The Lifeboat or Food and Shelter 
Depot. 

Corps No. 3, 711J^ Mission street. 

Corps No. 4, McDonald Hall, 2417 Mission street 
bet Twentieth and Twenty-first streets. 

Corps No. 5, basement, 515J^ Pacific street bet 
Kearny and Montgomery streets. 



Corps No. 6, 1139 Market street. 
Corps No. 7, 1936 Fillmore street. 
Corps No. 9, basement 210 Grant Av. 
Corps No. 10, 837}^ Geary street. 
Meetings every night at 8 p. m. 

Friends Meeting'. 

Services held every Sunday at 11 a. m., at the rooms 
of the W. 0. T. U., 132 McAllister street. 



SOCIETIES. 



Religious. 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY.— (Pacific Agency.) 
Geo. Walker manager and superintendent of Colport- 
age. This society was organized in 1825, to diffuse Gos- 
pel truth through the printed page. Its headquarters 
are at 150 Nassau street. New York. 

Its depository, at 735 Market street, established in 
1869, is also the depository of the American Sunday 
school Union and headquarters for publication of 
all denominational publishing societies. 

CALIFORNIA BIBLE SOCIETY.— Organized Octo- 
ber 30, 1849. Depository, 735 Market street. Meet- 
ings of the Board of Trustees are held by appoint- 
ment, on the first Tuesday of each month. Annis 
Merrill, President ; Wm. Abbott, Secretary ; Edward 
P. Flint, Treaiiurer ; Superintendent, Rev. John 
Thompson; residence, 1350 Franklin street, Oakland; 
Geo. C. McConnell, Depositarv- 

CALIFORNIA STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSO- 
CIATION.— Meetings held at the call of Chairman 
Executive Committee. President, Rev. J. Q. A. Henry, 
San Francisco ; Vice-President, Rev. T. H. B. Ander- 
son, Santa Rosa ; Secretary, J. H. Baker, 219 Chatta- 
nooga street, San Francisco ; Chairman Executive 
Committee, Eev. J. Q. A. Henry, 618 Golden Gate 
Avenue, San Francisco. 

CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATES. — President, 
Stephen S. Smith, 7 Montgomery avenue ; Secretary 
and Treasurer, J. E. Ajer. 508 Clay street. 

CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS' RELIEF SOCI- 
ETY OF CALIFORNIA.— Rev. J. C. Holbrook, D.D., 
President; Rev. J. H. Warren, D.D., Secretary; Geo. 
H. Kellogg, Treasurer, 112 Liberty street. 

CENTRAL GOSPEL MISSION (Non-Sectarian).— 
Corner Third and Stevenson. For the relief of the 
destitute and reformation of those who have gone 
astray. Sustained by voluntyry subscriptions and 
donations. A. R. Sheriff and Mrs. A. R. Sheriff 
managers. 

GENTLEMENS' SODALITY OF THE BLESSED 
VIRGIN MARY.— Organized November, 1861, for the 
spiritual improvement of itsmembers. The society is 
governed by a Director, who is one of the Fathers of 
St. Ignatius Church, S. J. Also by a Prefect and two 
Assistants ; a Secretary, Treasurer and other officers, 
as well as a council of twelve consulters, elected an- 
nually. Its present Director is Rev. Joseph M. Neri, 
S.J. Sodality meetings held on all Sundays and holi- 
days at 7:30 a. m. in their chapel, basement of St. Ig- 
natius Church, on Hayes street, west of Van Ness. 
avenue. Number of attending members about four 
hundred. For admission, application is made to the 
Father Director, 214 Hayes street. 

The Sodality possesses a reading room and select 
library of over 3,000 volumes ; opened also to non- 
members on payment of a small fee, every Sunday 
afternoon from 2 to 4 p. m., and on Monday, Wednes- 
day and Friday evenings from 7:30 to 9 o'clock. 

LADIES' PASTORAL AID SOCIETY OF TRINITY 
CHURCH.— Organized 1873. Meets every Wednesday at 
Trinity Church, at 2:30p.m., in theohapel. The object 
of the society is to take under its care the destitute and 
friendless within the bounds of Trinity Church parish, 
to find employment for those requiring it, and to pro- 
vide clothing and assistance for such as may be in 
need of it ; to visit and comfort the sick and the 
aiflicted; to endeavor to bring to the church those who 
are neglectful of its services, and particularly the 
poorer and friendless classes; to gather children into 
the Sunday School, and to aid in providing active and 
competent teachers ; in short, to do all in its power. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTOllY. 



under tlie guidance and direction of the Rector of the 
parish, to advunco the iutereMs of the Church of 
Clirist, and to extend to those around the privileges 
and blessings of the gospel. 

METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY. — (Pacific 
Coast Branch.) The Booli Concern was established 
in 1789 on a borrowed capital of $600. 

The San Francisco Depository, 1037 Market street, 
street, between Sixth and Seventh. J.D.Hammond 
D. D., agent, wn.s established in 184'J, and entered its 
own present commodiou.s building in 1S77. Pacific 
Coast Agents for the Chautauqua publications. 

PACIFIC PRESBYTERIAN UNION.— Organized Oc- 
tober, 187.5. Incorporated May 7th, 1888. Composed of 
tlie clergy and laity of the several Presbyterian 
churches of the city. 

The Union meets quarterly at the different churches. 
The Board of Directors meet on the first Monday 
of each month. 

Sabbath Schools are maintained by the Union every 
Sunday as follows: At 427 Second street at 2:30p. m." 
H. S. Blackwell Superintendent; Universal Hall, 
Pacific street near Powell, H. S. Blackwell Superin- 
tendent, services at ",1:4.5 a. m. 

Oflicers.— Edward Kerr, President ;H.L. Van Winkle 
Treasurer; Alex Ross, secretary. Office, 14 Spear 
street. 

PRESBYTERIAN MISSION HOME. — 933 Sacra- 
mento street ; carried on by the Occidental Board 
of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the 
Presbyterian Church ; organized March, 1873, and has 
for its especial field of labor the evangelization of 
heathen women on the Pacific Coast. It also sus- 
tains work in foreign lands and supports ten Mission- 
aries. Two hundred and twenty-seven auxiliary 
societies have been formed on the coast, fiftv-seven 
of which are located in this city. The 'society 
purchased in June, 1876, the property at 933 
Sacramento street for the purposes of the Mission 
Home. Daily school in English and Chinese 
is maintained, and Chinese women are in cases of 
persecution afforded shelter in the Home ; the largest 
number of pupils at any one time in the Home being 
forty-live 

Officers.— Mrs. P. D. Browne, President; Mrs. H. 
B. Plnney, Recording Secretary; Mrs. L. A. Kelley, 
Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs. E. G. Denuiston, Treas- 
urer; Mi.ss M.Culbertson. Superintendent. Under this 
management is conducted the Occidental Chinese 
Mission Day School, 10 Brenham PI., Miss M. Alex 
ander, teacher. 



prisons, hospitals and asylums. The money needed 
for the prosecution of this work is obtained by the 
Sewing Society of the Congregation, which meets 
every alternate Monday at 2 p. m. in the church par- 
lors, to which all are cordially invited. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.— In- 
corporated September 13, 1853. Reincorporated April 
1,1881. Location, 232 Sutter street. For the attainment 
of the objects of this association there is provided and 
maintained: A library and bath rooms, free to all 
members of this association; employment depart- 
ment for young men ; monthly musical and liter- 
ary receptions ; evening educational classes. Mem- 
bership ticket, $5 00 a year. A reading room, well 
supplied with current literature, dally, weekly, pic- 
torial, secular, and religious papers, free to all such 
as conform to the rules and regulations issued by the 
Board of Managers from time to time. The library 
contains upward of four thousand volumes. There 
is also a gymnasium connected with the institution. 

A Prayer^ Meeting, to which all are invited, is held 
at the rooms every day at 12 m. Bible Class, on Satur- 
day evening. Services in the large hall of the associa. 
tion every Sunday at 3 p.m. and every Monday at 8 p.m. 
Both services exclusively for young men. 

The association has a large and handsome building 
on Sutter street, between Kearny and Grant avenue, 
owned by them and free from debt. The reading 
rooms are open every day from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Officers.— George W. Gibbs, President; H. J. Mc 
Coy, General Secretary ; John F. Merrill, Treasurer • 
Wallace Smith, Librarian. 

Branch Association.— A branch of the association, 
known as the Twentieth Street Branch, is located at 
2319 Mission street. A complete branch of the asso- 
ciation in all departments is carried on at this point. 
The building Is attractively furnished and fitted up. 
Dr. H. C. French is Chairman of the Executive Com- 
mittee of the branch ; Doctor W. Z. King, Treas- 
urer, and Mr. Robert S. Boyns, Secretary. They also 
have a fine gymnasium, parlors, reading-room, library, 
hot and cold sh ower and tub baths, dressing, reception 
rooms, hall, etc. 

German and deaf mute branches are also located 
at the main building of the association, 232 Sutter 
street. The Street Railroad Branch, for young men 
engaged on cable car lines, is located at the corner of 
Fell and Baker streets. 



SAN FRANCISCO CHURCH EXTENSION SOCI- 
ETY OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.— 
This incorporation is formed for the purpose of 
founding churches, of establishing Sunday schools 
and preaching places, and of relieving over-burdened 
churches in the City and County of San Francisco 
Chailes Goodall, President ; W. F. Gibson, Secretary- 
Robert McElroy, Treasurer; J. W. Whiting, Samuel 
Hancock, John R. Sims, William Abbott, Joseph F 
Forderer, W. F. Gibson, Charles Goodall, I. J. Tru- 
man, R. V. Watt and Wm. Perkins, Directors. 

SAN FRANCISCO PORT SOCIETY. — Organized 
March, 1860. Objects: The moral improvement of 
seamen and others connected with the sea, in this 
port, by aiding the American Seaman's Friend Society 
of New York, in sustaining the Mariners' Church of 
San Francisco, and in such enterprises connected 
therewith as the society may approve. Any person 
may become a member by paving $5 a year, or a life 
member by the payment at one time of $50. 

Officers.— Ira P. Rankin, President ; J. G. Jackson 
Vice-President; J. Rowell. Secretary; J. G.Leveusa- 
ler, Treasurer: Ira P. Rankin. A. J. Ralston, William 
PerKin.s, George W. Gibbs, S. S.Smith, W.T. Romaine, 
J. G. Levensaler, Charles Ferris and J. Rowell, 
Directors. 

SOCIETY FOR CHRISTIAN WORK.— Organized Oc- 
tober, 1873. This society is connected with the First 
Unitarian Church ; and is under the auspices of the 
ladies of the congregation, every one of whom is ex- 
pected to aid in its support. The objects of the so- 
ciety are to relieve the sick and destitute, distribute 
clothing, seek employment for needy women, and 
assist the unfortunate in all practicable ways. Con- 
ributions of reading matter are distributed to the 



YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized September 9, 1877. Incorporated February 
1, 1878. Number of members, about two hundred and 
fifty. The objects of the association includes the 
establishment of an industrial department for desti- 
tute women, a reading room and library for women 
and girls, the furnishing of advice, sympathy, tempo- 
ral aid and encouragement to friendless and homeless 
young women arriving or residing in the city, and the 
extension of moral and religious surroundings to all 
families needing such ministrations. 

The association is located at 1221 O'Farrell street, 
and coasists of library, reading, sewing-rooms and a 
home for self-supportmg girls. The library contains 
over one thousand volumes of well selected literature, 
and the reading room is copiously supplied with the 
choicest periodicals. A branch of the association, 
known as the Howard Street Branch, is located at 514 
Howard street. Lunch rooms, sewing, dressmaking 
and millinery classes were inaugurated for working 
girls April 20, 1891. Another branch was established 
at 110 Davis street, October 24, 1892, where a large 
and cheerful hall is occupied as a lunch room, and 
lunches are furnished to working girls employed in 
the vicinity. 

The monthly meeting is held on the first Friday of 
each month. The annual meeting is held on the first 
Friday in January. 

Officers.- Mrs. L. C. Redington, President- Mrs. 
Wm. O. Gould, Vice-President ; Mrs. Geo. W. Prescott, 
Second Vice-President; Mrs. J. F. Merrill, Third 
Vice-President; Mrs. P. D. Browne, Fourth Vice- 
President; Miss H. Van Winkle, Recording Sec- 
retary ; Mrs. Geo. P. Thurston, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; Mrs. I. H. Morse, Treasurer. 

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AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR— Organized in 
1878, and incorporated under the laws of Massachu- 
setts, and iE under the supervision of the insurance 
laws 01 the various States. Its special object is to 
give aid and protection to members' families or other 
beneficiaries that may come under its laws, upon the 
assessment plan, in sums from §500 to $5,000, payable 
at death ; to relieve its members in case of disabili- 
ties, by advancing on their certificates from Si to $20 
per week. It has a guarantee fiind of $500,000 to in- 
sure full pajonent of death claims ; the surplus at 
the close of each year being divided pro rata among 
the members. It has twelve hundred Councils 
throughout the United States and Canada, with a 
membership of sixty-five thousand. It disburses, an- 
nually, nearly $3,000,000 in payment of death claims, 
having disbursed (since its organization) over S25,- 
000,000. The organization is managed by a Supreme 
Council, with headquarters at Boston, Massachusetts. 

The Grand Council of California was instituted Au- 
gtist 8, 1881, and meets biennially on the first Tuesday 
of May. Grand Secretary's oflace, 46 St. Ann's 
Building, 6 Eddy street, San Francisco. 

Grand Officers for 1891-92 : W. D. Mansfield, 
Grand Commander, San Francisco ; Rev. Thomas 
Filber, Grand Vice-Commander, Mendocino ; Charles 
G. Willman. Grand Orator, Los Angeles; CO. Burton, 
Grand Secretary, 6 Eddy street, San Francisco; W.H. 
H. Hamilton Grand Treasurer, Watsonville; Rev. D. 
O. Kelly, Grand Chaplain, Fresno, Frank Ey, 
Grand Guide, Anaheim ; Miss Mary C. Snyder, Grand 
Warden, Grass Valley ; Mrs. L. A. Balch, Grand 
Sentry, San Francisco ; George W. Dixon, Supreme 
Representative, San Francisco. 

There are sixty-one subordinate Councils under the 
jurisdiction of the Grand Council, thirteen of which 
are located in San Francisco, as follows : 

Golden CotracrL No. 118.— Meets every Wednesday 
at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Alta Council No. 147. — Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month, at Alcazar Building. 

Mtetle Council No. 187.— Meets every Wednesday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Califoiinia Council No. 250. — Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month, at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Bohemian Council No. 261. — Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month, at 32 O'Farrell street. 

San Fkancisco Council No. 442.— Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month at 112 Post street. 

Washington Council No. 480.— Meets second and 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 320 Post street. 

Occident Council No. 502. — Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at Alcazar Building. 

Golden Stab Council No. 548. — Meets first, and 
third Thursdays of each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Pbotection Council No. 596. — Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Metropolis Council No. 640. — Meets every Satur- 
day at 320 Post street. 

Mystic Council No. 674. — Meets third and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at Flood Building. 

Golden Shoee Council No. 695.— Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

ANCIENT JEWISH ORDER KESHER SHEL BAR- 
ZEL.— Meets at B'nai B'rith Hall. 

Officers of the Executive Council.— Dr. R. W. G. 
Samuels, President ; S. Meyer, Vice-President ; N. 
Wilkowsky, Secretary ; M. H. Liohtenstein, Treasurer. 

MoNTEFiOKB LoDGE. — Meets every Sunday evening. 

Haemoeiah Lodge. — Meets second and fourth 
Sunday evenings of each month. 

Solomon Lodge. — Meets every Sunday evening 

Saeah Lodge. — Meets Second and fourth Sunday 
afternoons of each month. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.- Subsidiary 
High Court of the Pacific Coast, instituted November 
6th, 1889, In San Francisco, forming a part of the 



Universal Order known as The Ancient Order of For- 
esters Friendly Society, numbering eight hundred 
and thirty thousand members, with a reserve capital 
of twenty-five million dollars. The High Court of 
the World is located in Bristol, England for the 
present year. The objects of this order are to aid 
the sick members, give relief to their widows and 
orphans, to find employment for the unemployed, 
and all other benevolent purposes. There are sixty- 
five courts in the State, with several female branches 
known as circles of Companions of the Forest, a 
juvenile branch, and a branch known as the Uniform 
Rank. 

The Subsidiary High Court Officers are: H.Beaver, 
H. C. R., San Francisco ; Joseph Moscrop, H. S. C.R., 
San Francisco ; C. F. Burgman, H. C. Treasurer, San 
Francisco ; M. Boehm. H. G. Secretary, San Francisco ; 
Jas. P. Sweeney, H. C. S. W., San Francisco; J. G. 
Jeflfress, H. C. J. W., San Francisco ; A. Kappenman, 
H. C. S. B., San Rafael ; Harry Barton, H. C. J. B., 
Fresno ; John Falconer, Permanent Secretary, 102 
O'Farrell Street, San Francisco. 

The following Courts and Circles meet at 102 O'Far- 
rell street, except when stated otherwise. 

CouET Robin Hood No. 5931.— Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

CouET Eureka No. 6146. — Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month. 

CouET Occidental No. 6676. — Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month. 

CouET Stae of the We3T No. 6956.— Meets every 
Friday. 

CouET Star of the Mission No. 7197.— Meets every 
Wednesday. 

CODET Heecules No. 7206.— Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 

CouET Geeman Ameeica No. 7472. — Meets every 
Wednesday. 

CouET Twin Peaks No. 7556. — Meets every Wednes- 
day, Sixteenth and Noe streets 

CouET Alcateaz No. 7749. — Meets second and fourth 
Fridays of each month corner Stockton and Union 
streets. 

Couet Adelaidb No. 7637. — Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 

Couet FaiemountNo. 7797. — Meets every Tuesday. 

CouET LiBEETY No. 7801.— Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month. 

CouET Apollo No. 7802. — Meets every Friday. 

Couet Gabfield No. 7803. — Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month. 

CODBT BouENEMOUTH No. 7804.— Mcets first and 
third Thursdays of each month. 

Couet O.nwaed No. 7805. — Meets every first and 
third Tuesdays 

Couet Alliance No. 7806. — Meets second and fourth 
Mondays of each month at K. R. B. Hall, 220 Mason 
street. 

Couet Excelsiok No. 7807.— Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Couet Mazzini No. 7809.— Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month corner Union and Stockton 
streets. 

Couet Feemont No. 7810.— Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month. 

Couet Victoiee No. 7811. — Meets every Thursdav. 

Couet Justice No. 7903. — Meets second and fourth. 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Couet Kensington No. 7904. — Meets every Monday 
atDuvenecks Hill, Twenty- fourth and Church streets. 

Couet Enteepeise No. 7905.— Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Couet Feanslin No. 7907. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Couet Washington No. 7913. — Meets every Monday 
at Golden Gate Hall, corner Pacific and Van Ness 
avenues. 

Couet Oalifoenia No. 7914. — Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month at Masonic Hall, South San 
Francisco. 



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Court America No. 791G.— Meets every Monday at 
Mannerbund Hall, cor. Twenty-fourth and Potrero 
avenue. 

CouBT Concord No, 7917. — Meets every second and 
fourth Tuesday of each month 

Court Pride of Potrero No. 7918. — Meets every 
Friday evening, Potrero Opera House 

Court Minerva No. 7919.— Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month 

Court Sherwood Forest No. 7920.— Meets every 
Wednesday evening 

Court Bohemian No. c!023. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month 

Star of the West Juvevile Court — Meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each month 

Two companies of the Uniform Eank meet in this 
city. 

Co. A. Uniform Rank.— Headquarters 102 O'Farrell 

Co. B. Uniform Rank. — Headquarters 102 O'Farrell. 

Twenty-one Circles of Companions of the Forest 
meet iu this city. This branch of the Ancient Order 
of Foresters was instituted in San Francisco, June 
18th, 1883. 

Officers of Grand-Circle of California: Mrs. M. A. 
Rodman, G. C. C. ; Mrs. K. M. Flynn.G. S. C. C. ; Geo. 
J. Berger, G. Treasurer; Mrs. E. R. Roy, G. Secretary ; 
Mrs. E. Farrell, G. R. G.; Mrs. F. Irvine, G. L. G,; 
Mrs. C. C. Prete.G. I. G.; Mrs, M. Crawford.G. O. G.; 
Mrs. K. Krausgrill, Herald. 

Washington Circle No. 1.— Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 
Minerva Circle No. 20.— Meets every Friday. 

Germania Circle No. 36. — Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month. 

Eureka Circce No. 39.— Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month. 

Alcatraz Circle No. 58.— Meets first and third 
Fridays of each mouth corner Union and Stockton 
streets. 

Twin Peaks Circle No. 102.— Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month cor Seventeenth and 
Noe streets. 

California Circle No. 103.— Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Justice Circle No. lOi.— Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month. 

MAzzrsi Circle No. 106.— Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Yosemite Circle No. 107.— Meets every Wednesday. 

ViCTOLRE Circle No. 7811.— Meets every Monday. 

Kensington Cibcle No. 113.— Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month.Twenty-fourth and Church 
streets. 

Franklin Circle No. 115.— Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month. 

0.\K Leaf Circle No. 116— Meets second and fourth 
Fridays of each month. Masonic Hall, South San 
Francisco 

Social Circle No. 118.— Meets every Saturday 
evening. 

Artemis Circle No. 120.— Meets every second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month. 

Enterprise Circle No. 124.— Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month. 

IvANHOE Circle No. 125— Meets second and fourth 
Fridays of each month. 

America Circle No. 128.— Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month.Twenty-fourth and Potrero 
avenue 

Sherwood Cxrcij: No. 129.— Meets every Monday. 
Bohemian Circle No. 124.— Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS OF AMERICA.— 
The objects of this order are to unite fraternally all 
white males of good character, between the ages of 
eighteen and fifty years, to aid Its sick members, 
bury its dead, give relief to their widows and orph- 
ans, to find employment for the unemployed, and all 
other benevolent purposes. There are about one 



hundred and ten Courts in the State, also branches 
known as Knights of the Sherwood Forest and the 
Companions of the Forest. 

The supreme body of the Order is known as the 
Supreme Court, and was organized in Minneapolis on 
August 1.5, 1889, having on that day seceded from the 
Ancient Order of Foresters in England. The Supreme 
Court meets biennially. Next meeting at New Haven, 
Conn., in September, 1893. 

Grand Court of California, organized November 
20, 1889. Officers- Joseph D. Case, P. G. C. R.. San 
Francisco ; John J. Cordy, G. C. R., San Francisco; 
Henry Ryan, G. S. 0. R., San Francisco ; Fred C. 
Hensley, G. Treasurer, San Francisco ; C. H. Bremer. 
G. Secretary, Alameda; Sol. Peiser Q. Rec. Secretary, 
San Francisco; G. W. Bayreuth, G. S. W., San Fran- 
cisco ; G. A. Boldemann, G. J. W., San Francisco ; J. 
Millmore, G. S. B., San Francisco; L. Zinnamon, 
G. J. B.. Los Angeles; L. V. De Mamiel, J. J. Wyatt, 
Sr., and A. Coleman, G. Trustees. Grand Secre- 
tary's office. Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street, 
San Francisco. 

Next meeting of Grand Court will convene in Sac- 
ramento, May 16, 1893. 

Forty-two Courts and three Junior Courts meet 
in tnis city as follows: 

Court Robin Hood No. 5931. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. 

Court Aurora No. 6450.— Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court America No. 6454. — Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month in Potrero Opera House. 

Court California No. 6671.— Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Court Golden Gate No. 6681.— Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street 

Court San Francisco No. 6747.— Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Court Bat City No. 6857. —Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell Street. 

Court Eucliean No. 6932. — Meets every Monday 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Eclipse No. 6972.— Meets every Monday 
at 120 O'Farrell street 

Court Hubertus No. 7125.— Meets every Friday 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Justice No. 7182.— Meets second and fourth 
Mondays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Inter Nos No. 7353.— Meets every Friday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Court Golden West No. 7467.— Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. 

Court Zenith No. 7474.— Meets every Monday 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Golden State No. 7495.— Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. 

Court Defiance No. 7540.— Meets every Thursday 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Stanford No. 7563.— Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell Street. 

Court Olympic No. 7584.— Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Magnolia No. 7596.— Meets second and 
fourth Friday at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court El Dorado No. 7610.— Meets every Friday 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

CoiRT Western Addition No. 7612.- Meets second 
and fourth Mondays rff each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. 



Cf-URT Golden Eagle No. 7628. 
Thursday at 120 O'Farrell street. 



Meets every 



Court Golden Era No. 7690.- Meets every Friday 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Washington No. 7723. — Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 

street. 

Court Presidio No. 7750.— Meets first and third 
Wednesday at Lougheed's Hall, Polk and Sacramento 
streets. 



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CouBT BoNiTA No. 7752. — Meets every Monday at 
corner of Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 

CouET Yekba Btjena No. 7753. — Meets second and 
f ourtli Monday at 32 O'Farrell street. 

CouBT MatflowekNo. 7754. — Meets every Wednes- 
day at 2933 Sixteenth street. 

Court Seal Bock No. 7757. — Meets every Thursday 
at 909}$ Market street. 

CoTTET Acme No. 7764.— Meets every Friday at 120 
O'Farrell street. 

CoiTRT Palo Alto No. 7767. — Meets second and 
fourth Thursday at 120 O'Farrell street. 

CoTJET Columbia No. 7770. — Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday of each month, corner 10th and MarKet 
street. 

CouBT Lincoln No. 7772. — Meets every Friday at 
Odd Fellows' Building. 

CouET Hayes Valley No. 7774. — Meets every Tues- 
day at 105 Larkin street. 

CouET Peide of Califoenia No. 5 (Junior 
Branch) . — Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of 
each month at 9093^ Market street. 

CouET Young Ameeica No. 6 (Junior Branch). — 
Meets first and third Thursdays of each month in 
Potrero Opera House, Potrero. 

CouET Peide of the Golden West No. 37 (Ju- 
nior Branch) .—Meets first and third Wednesdays 
of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

CouET Cosmopolitan No. 8036.— Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 121 New Montgom- 
ery street. 

OouET Live Oak' No. 8121.— Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month at Myrtle Hall, Seventh and 
Kailroad Avenues, South San Francisco. 

CouBT Faeallone No. 8127. — Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday of each month at Murphy's Hall, 
Ocean House. 

CouET Apollo No. 8182. — Meets every Monday eve- 
ning at 909 Market street. 

Court Baebabossa No. 8185 — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 1749 Mission street. 

CouET Uiana No, 8219. — Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday of each month at 413 Sutter street. 

CouET Faie Oaks No. 8222. — Meets every Tuesday 
at 24th and Chattanooga streets. 

CouET Richmond No. 8223.— Meets every Monday at 
Point Lobos and Ninth Avenues. 

Twenty Circles of Companions of the Forest meet 
in this city. The officers of the Grand Circle of Cal- 
fornia are : Mrs. E. A. Carah. G. 0. C, C. A. Doug- 
las. P G.C.C., Mrs. L. Enkle, G. S. C. C, C. H. Bremer, 
G. Secretary, T. Sewell, G. Treasurer, Mrs. A. Devine, 
Mrs. L. Ticoulet and F. J. McDermott, G. T., Mrs- 
H. M. Downey, G. M., Mrs. E. St. Clair, G. G.. Daniel 
Dower, G. S., Mrs. H. Worms, G. O. Grand Secre- 
tary's office, Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 

The next meeting of the Grand Circle will be held 
in the city of San Francisco, June 7, 1893. 

ExCELSioE Circle No. 2. — Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month, at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Bay City Ciecle No. 11. — Meets second and fourth 
Mondays of each month at' 120 O'Farrell street. 

Diana Ciecle No. 22. — Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Golden Gate Ciecle No. 23. — Bleats second and 
third Mondays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 

LoBELEY Ciecle No. 26. — Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at 413 Sutter street. 

Live Oak Circle No. 29.— Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Defiance Ciecle No. 38. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 9093$ Market street. 

Olympus Ciecle No. 42. — Meets first and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at 2933 Sixteenth street. 

Golden West Ciecle No. 43. — Meets first and 
third Tuesday of each month at 32 O'Fariell street. 

Alcateaz Ciecle No. 58. — Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Twilight Ciecle No. 70. — Meets every Friday 
at 1133 Mission street. 

MizPAH Ciecle No. 100 — Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at Potrero Opera House. 



Golden Eba Ciecle No. 103 — Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

BoNiTA Ciecle No. 104 — Meets every Friday at 
Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 

Myetle Circle No. 105.— Meets every Thursday 
at 1133 Mission street. 

Empiee Ciecle No. 128.— Meets first and Third 
Friday of each month at 421 Post street. 

Diamond Ciecle No. 154. — Meets first and third 
Friday of each month at Murphy's Hall, Ocean View. 

Hayes Valley Ciecle No. 201. — Meets every Thurs- 
day at 105 Larkin street. 

Aloha Ciecle No. 203.— Meets every Wednesday at 
Odd Fellows' Building 

Peide of the Foeest Ciecle No. 204. — Meets sec- 
ona and fourth Thursday of each month at Myrtle 
Hall, Seventh and Kailroad Avenues, South San 
Frsncisco 

One Conclave of Knights of Sherwood Forest has 
been organized in San Francisco. 

Golden Gate Conclave No. 92 — Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at 121 New Mont- 
gomery street. 

BOAED OF Relief. A. O. F. of A. — Meets every Sat- 
urday evening at room 67 Flood Building. President, 
H. Krall, 22 Kearny street ; Secretary, J. W. Wren, 
Occidental Hotel. 

Ameeican Foeestees Hall Association. — Incor- 
porated January 8, 1892, for the purpose of buying 
real estate and erecting a hall thereon for the accom- 
modation of the various Courts and other branches 
of the A. O. F. of A. David Cohan, President; George 
W. Terry, Vice-President; C. H. Bremer, Secretary; 
James Healing, Treasurer. Secretary's office room 
67 Flood Building. 

ANCIENT OEDER OF UNITED WORKMEN.— 
Elect officers the first Tuesday in April. This 
Order, which was first organized in the State by 
the institution of California Lodge No. 1 at West 
Oakland, August 21, 1875, has grown rapidly, until 
now it has assumed proporiions, in respect to num- 
bers and organization, which places it in the front 
rank among our many secret benevolent orders. Over 
two hundred and seventy Lodges have been formed 
in the State, with an aggregate membership of over 
eighteen thousand. 

The Geand Lodge of California. — Organized 
1877. Meets in San Francisco on the first Tuesday of 
April in each year. Office, 65-66 Flood Building. 

Officers. — Geo. B. Katzenstein, P. G. M. W. ; James 
Booth, G. M. W.; I. N. Ward, G. P.; D. J. Toohy, G. 
O.; D. S. Hirshberg, G. Recorder; Jas. N. Block, G. 
Receiver; J. B. Wyatt, G. G. ; J. D. Shaylor, G. I. W.; 
JohnKastle, G. O. W. 

Twenty-six Lodges have been instituted in this 
city, viz: 

San Feancisco Lodge No. 4. — Meets every Wednes- 
day at 320 Post street. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 8. — Meets every Thurs- 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Haemony Lodge No. 9. — Meets every Satui'day at 
Alcazar Building. 

Verba Buena Lodge No. 14. — Meets every Friday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Beenal Lodge No. 19.— Meets every Monday at 
corner of Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 

Unity Lodge No. 27. — Meets every Tuesday at 121 
Eddy street. 

Valley Lodge No. 30. — Meets every Wednesday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Spaetan Lodge No. 36. — Meets every Friday at 32 
O'Farrell street. 

Magnolia Lodge No. 41. — Meets every Monday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Myetle Lodge No. 42.— Meets first, third and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at 913 Market street. 

Feanklin Lodge No. 44. — Meets every Friday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Heeoules Lodge No. 53. — Meets every Friday at , 
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WAsniNOTON LoDOE No. 60.— Meets every Thurs- 
day lit Alciizar Building. 

IHtrns' Lodge No. 08.— Meets every Thursday at 
Alcazar Building. 

St. John's Lodge No. 73.— Meets every Thursday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 126.— Meets every Thursday 
at 2319 Mission street. 

Olympic Lodge No. 127.— Meets every Tuesday at 
Alcazar BuildinR. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 136.— Meets every Wednesday 
at 320 Post street. 

Bay View Lodge No. 159.— Meets every Friday at 
corner Railroad avenue and Trinidad street, South 
San Francisco. 

Memorial Lodge No. 174.— Meets every Monday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Friendship Lodge No. 179.— Meets every Wednes- 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Tbiumph Lodge No. 180.— Meets every Tuesday at 
320 Post street. 

NoE Valley Lodge No. 185.— Meets every Tuesday 
at corner Church and Twenty-fourth streets. 

Alta Lodge No. 212.— Meets every Tuesday at cor- 
ner of Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 

F.vrRMOUNT Lodge No. 247.— Meets every Tuesday 
at corner of Valencia and Twenty-eighth streets. 

Eureka Valley Lodge No. 252.— Meets every Thurs- 
day at corner of Market and Castro streets. 

Golden West Lodge No. 264.— Meets every Monday 
at Potrero Hall. 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES. — Organized March, 
1888. Meets at 425 Pine street. Object— Prevention 
of pauperism and crime. 

Oflacers.— B. P. Flint, President; John M. Burnett, 
W. B. Hooper and Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper. Vice- 
Presidents ; Mrs. Joseph S. Spear, Jr., Secretary; 
S. W. Levy, Treasurer ; Arthur Gt. Smiley, Registrar. 

AUSTRIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Incorpo- 
rated September 28, 1870. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month, at Druid's Hall, 413 
Sutter street. Number of members, two hundred 
and fifty 

AUSTRIAN MILITARY AND BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION.— Incorporated March 27, 1879. Number 
of members, 85. Meets second and fourth Wednesday 
evening of each moLth at 35 Eddy street. Object— To 
assist its members in sickness or distress. 

AUSTRIAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.— (Be- 
nevolent.) Organized April 12, 1879. Meets at 121 
New Montgomery street, on the second and fourth 
Fridays of each month. Object — To assist needy 
members in case of sickness or distress. 

Officers. — S. Tonnison, President ; J. J. Rose, Vice- 
President ; G. S. Olsen, Recording Secretary : R. T. 
Michalsen, Treasurer ; I. Gurmendez, Financial Sec- 
retary. 

BELGIAN MUTUAL RELIEF SOCIETY.— Soci^te 
Beige de Secours Mutuels. This society was organ- 
ized April 1, 1883. Number of members, about 100; 
meetings, second and fourth Fridays of each month 
at 320 Post street. W. B. Chapman (Consul for Bel- 
gium) Honorary President; Louis Nevraumont, Presi. 
dent ; A. De Spiegeleer, Vice-President ; Leon Andre, 
Recording Secretary ; Joseph Nevraumont, Financial 
Secretary; Joseph Gaillard, Treasurer. 

BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF 
ELKS.— Organized April 11, 1876. Geo. E. De Golla, 
District Deputy and Exalted Grand Ruler for Call- 
fornia. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 6, B. P. O. Elks. .—Meets 
every Frida.v evening in Albion Hall, Alcazar Build- 
ing, 114 O'Farrell street. 

Officers.— C. A. Bernard, E. R. ; J. O. Reis, E. L.; T. 
H. Lindsay, E. L.K.; E.J. Thevenet,E. L. K.; William 
C. Dudley, secretary; J. O. Harris, Treasurer; A. A. 
Terry, Tyler. Appointed Officers— J. K. Mehtems, I. 
G ; R. J.Preston, Chaplain; C. S. Hoflfman, Orgainst. 

Trustees.- J. P. Dunne, J. H. Banfield,Ed. Noonan. 

BISHOP ARMITAGE CHURCH ORPHANGE OF 
CALIFORNIA.— Established In 1886 for the care and 
training of orphan, half orphan, destitute and aban- 



doned boys. Location of the orphanage, San Mateo. 
Office of the society, 504 Kearny street, San Fran- 
cisco. Mrs. A. L. Brewer, San Mateo, President; 
L. Wadham, 504 Kearny street, San Francisco, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer; B.F. Le Warne, San Mateo, Super- 
intendent. 

B'NAI B'RITH.— District Grand Lodge, No. 4.— 
Meets every fourth Sunday in January, at 121 Eddy 
street. 

Officers.— Milton S. Eisner, President ; William Os- 
terman, First Vice-President ; Abraham Jonas, Second 
Vice-President; Louis Blank, Secretary; Isaac Lacher, 
Treasurer ; Aaron Nathan, Guard; A. N. Levy, Mes- 
senger ; Trustees, Benjamin Harris, Herman Eukle 
and Louis Bernstein 

Eleven lodges have been organized in this city, all 
of which meet in the B'nai B'rith Building upon the 
following evenings, viz: 

Ophib Lodge No. 21. — Meets every Wednesday. 

Unity Lodge No. 273. — Meets every Monday. 

MoDiN Lodge No. 42. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Pacific Lodge No. 48. — Meets every Thursday. 

MoNTEFioBE LoDGE No. 51. — Mests every Monday. 

Columbia Lodge No. 127. — Meets every Monday. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 129. — Meets every Wed- 
nesday. 

Occidental Lodge No. 325. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Califobnia Lodge No. 163. — Meets every Thurs- 
day. 

Cbemieux Lodge No. 325. — Meets every Monday. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 426.— Meets every Wednesday 

B'nai B'rith Hall Association. — Incorporated 
April 9, 1878, for the purpose of building and main- 
taining a suitable structure for the accommodation 
of the order. Under its ausjDices a magnificent four 
story hall building has been erected upon Eddy street, 
between Mason and Taylor, at a cost of, including the 
lot, $75,000. Grand dancing hall with stage arrange- 
ment, witli perfect dining-room accomodation. The 
furnishing involved an additional outlay of $15,000. 
Six capacious halls are contained within the building, 
besides a library and reading room. The library con- 
tains about ten thousand volumes. 

OfBcers. — Louis Cohen, President ; Emil Gunzbur- 
ger. Treasurer ; Louis Blank, Secretary ; A. Wiener, 
Librarian. 

Board of Relief, I. 0. B. B.— Organized Febru- 
ary 3, 1884. 

Officers.- L. Frledlander, President ; S. Silverstone, 
Secretary. 

BOYS AND GIRLS AID SOCIETY.— Incorporated 
September 15, 1874. Rescues homeless, neglected or 
abused children of California and receives juvenile 
offenders who (by legal commitment or otherwise) are 
in danger of being sent to prison ; provides for such 
until suitable homes or employment are found for 
them, and continues to look after their condition and 
treatment; maintains reading rooms, libraries, baths, 
sewing school and class in music. Lodgings and 
board are furnished at a nominal cost to working 
boys and girls who have neither homes nor suitable 
guardianship in the city. The work is free from sec- 
tarianism and depends upon voluntary contributions 
for its support. Office and " Home," corner Grove 
and Baker streets, San Francisco. Children are also 
received from parents and others for discipline, so 
called, to check their gravitation into crime ; others 
for temporary care while parents are ill or pending 
legal proceedings. 

Officers.— Trustees, George C. Perkins, President ; 
W. B, Wilshire, Vice-President ; Franklin Heywood, 
Secretary; D. C. Bates, Treasurer; J. G. Fair. L. H. 
Bonestell, Charles R. C. Allen, L. C. Bigelow, Charles 
A. Murdock. Superintendent, John A. Davis. Visit- 
ing Agent, James C. Kemp. City Collector, Mrs. R. 
T. Eaaan 

BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF CALIFOR- 
NIA.— Rooms, 531 California street. 

This society was organized in 1865, for the purpose 
of aflfordiug relief to sick and destitute members and 
persons who were subjects of Great Britain at the 
time of their birth, and of promoting the social and 
intellectual improvement of its members. Since its 
organization it has disbursed exclusively for relief 
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thousand persons. Between twelve and thirteen 
hundred members have been admitted to member- 
ship, and there are now some one hundred and 
twenty paying members, including ten life members, 
on the rolls. The Board of Relief is in attendance 
daily from ten o'clock A.M. to one o'clock P.M. The 

. regular meeting is held on the first Tuesday of each 

I month, at four o'clock P. M. 

Officers. — James H. Dobinson, President ; William 
Doxey, First Vice-President; J. H. Wallace, Second 
Vice-President; Percy Beamish, Treasurer; Benj. 
Clark, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF MEDICINE.— Organ- 
ized September 26, 1891 (successor to San Francisco 
Medical Benevolent Society, organized December 21, 
1870, and incorporated February 23, 1871) to promote 
kindly professional and social intercourse among 
themselves and their professional brethren at large. 
A Literary Chapter was organized July 21, 1871, for 
the following objects: First — The collection of a 
library. Second — The establishment of a museum. 
Third — The publication of a medical journal, or mon- 
ographs on medical subjects, as the society may, 
from time to time, determine or order to be printed. 
Fourth — Reports of cases and the discussion of such 
medical subjects as shall be brought before the Chap- 
ter. Number of members, forty-eight. Regular meet- 
ings of the society and the Literary Chapter are held 
on the third Saturday of each month at their build- 
ing. Rooms SE corner Bush street and Van Ness ave- 
nue always open to members. 

Officers. — Luke Robinson, M.D., President ; L. Paw- 
licki, M.D., Treasurer ; ^John M.Williamson, M.D., 
Secretary. 

LiTEBART Chapter. — J. M. Williamson, M. D., Sec- 
retary and Librarian ; D.W. Montgomery, Curator. 

CALIFORNIA PRISON COMMISSION.— Organized 
November 27, 1865. 

The objects of this association are the ameliora- 
tion of the condition of prisoners, the improve- 
ment of prisons and prison discipline, and the aid 
and encouragement of discharged prisoners in their 
efforts to regain their forfeited positions and secure 
for themselves an honest livelihood. 

Officers. — Ira P. Rankin, President ; Rev. James 
Woodworth, Secretary and General Agent ; A. J. 
Ralston, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION 
OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN.— Incorporated Sep- 
tember 2, 1876. Number of members, two hundred 
and ninety-five. 

Objects — To provide ways and means to secure the 
enforcement of an Act for the prevention of cruelty 
to children, and to labor in the education of a public 
sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward chil- 
dren. Office, NE cor Market and Taylor streets, 
room 95. 

H. Officers. — Charles Sonntag, President ; C. B. Hol- 
brook. Secretary. Telephone, 3357. 

CALIFORNIA SOCIETY FOR THE SUPPRESSION 
OF VICE. — Organized for the purpose of enforcing 
the laws for the suppression of the trade in, and cir- 
culation of obscene literature, illustrations and 
articles for indecent and immoral purposes and such 
other vices as may be determined upon by the Society. 
Office of the Secretary, 604 Merchant street, room 14. 

Officers. — Ira P. Rankin, President ; R. H. McDon- 
ald, Jr., Treasurer ; C. R. Bennett, Secretary. 

CAMBRIAN MUTUAL AID SOCIETY OF SAN 
FRANCISCO.— Incorporated September 3, 1869. Num- 
ber of members, two hundred and ten. Meets second 
Monday of each month at 1133 Mission street. 

Officers.- Thomas Price, President ; H. A. Powell, 
First Vice-President ; W. A. Jones, Second Vice- 
President ; Evan Watts Treasurer ; John Edwards, 
Corresponding and Financial Secretary ; H. J. Owen, 
Recording Secretary. 

CHEBRA ACHIM RACHMONIM ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized October 26, 1862. Meetings held the first 
Sunday of each month at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy 
street. Number of members, one hundred and ten 

Their object is to relieve and care for the sick, in- 
fimn, and disabled members of the society, etc. The 
funds and property of the society constitute a Charity 
Fund. 

Officers.— Charles Grossllcht, Secretary ; Mannheim 
Marks, Treasurer. 



CHEBRA BENAI YISRAEL SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized September, 1861. Incorporated May, 1868. Meet- 
ings held the third Sunday of each month at B'nai 
B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. Number of members, 
one hundred and sixty-five. 

Object— To afford relief to its members in case of 
sickness or distress. 

Officers. — N. S. Friedberg, President ; L. J. Leving- 
ston, Recording Secretary ; M. Elias, Financial Sec- 
retary ; S. Levy, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA BIKUR CHOLIM UKEDISHA SOCIETY.— 
Organized February, 1857. Meetings held the first 
Sunday of each month at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 
Eddy street. The object of this society is to aid its 
members in case of sickness or distress. 

Officers — S. Henry, President ; S. Levitt, Vice-Presi-. 
dent; A.N. Levy, Secretary ;W.Geist, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA B'RITH SHALOM SOCIETY.— Organized 
July 8, 1860. Meetings held the first Sunday of each 
month at 32 O'Farrell street. Number of members, 
one hundred and thirty. Object: To aid its mem- 
bers in case of sickness or distress. 

Officers.- 1. Spiro, President; L. Elias, Vice-Pres- 
ident; S. Meyer, Secretary; M. Lewis, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA OHAVAI SHALOM SOCIETY.— Organized 
July 26, 1874. Meetings held the second Sunday of 
each month, at 121 Eddy street. Number of mem- 
bers, ninety. 

Officers.— Julius Kron. President ; M. Whitehead, 
Vice-President; J. Israelsky, Secretary; Samuel Basch, 
Treasurer. 

CHEBRA OHOBATH ZION SuCIETY.— Incorporated 
October 7, 1870. Meetings held the third Sunday of 
each month at 121 Eddy street. Object: Mutual re- 
lief of its members. 

Officers.— Charles Rotholz, President; Oscar Na- 
than, Vice-President; Jacob Gans, Secretary; D. 
Davis, Treasurer. 

DANISH LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY.— Jacob 
Petersen, President; Mrs. W. B. Nielson and 
Mrs. P. Iversen, Vice-Presidents ; 0. M. Beck, Record- 
ing Secretary ; Mrs- CM. Beck, Financial Secretary. 
Number of members, two hundred and twenty-five. 
Meets first Wednesday of every month at 997 Market 

CONGREGATION BETH MENAHIM STREISAND. 
—Minna street between Fourth and Fifth. 

Officers.— J. Rosenthal, President ; C. Hess, Vice- 
President ; A. N. Levy, Secretary ; J. N. Vidaver, 
Treasurer. 

DANISH SOCIETY (DANIA) — Branch No. 2.— 
Object: Benevolent and social. Meets every Thursday 
evening at St. George Hall, 909 J<S Market street. 

Officers.— C. M. Beck, President; Ned Hansen, 
Vice-President ; C. C. Andersen, Recording Secretary; 
S. Hartwick, Financial Secretary ; H. Smith, 
Treasurer. 

EUREKA BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. — Organized 
October, 1850, to assist poor and needy Hebrews in 
want or sickness . Number of members , seven hundred 
and forty-six, who pay one dollar each per month, 
besides an additional sum of twenty-five cents, for the 
support of widows and orphans. The society has a 
fund on interest. Office, 105 Stockton street. 

Officers.— A. E. Hecht, President; Leo Eloesser, 
Secretary ; Albert Meyer ,Treasurer. 

EXEMPT FIRE COMPANY. — Organized Decem- 
ber 8, 1862. Reorganized April 15, 1872, under an Act 
of the Legislature, approved March 14, 1872. Meetings 
of the company are held on the third Monday of 
each month, at their hall on Brenham Place. 

Officers.- William Larkins, President ; George T. 
Bohen, Vice-President ; John J. Guilfoyle, Secretary; 
J. W. Eentzel, Treasurer. 

FIREMEN'S MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized 1868. Reorganized May 7, 1874. It 
includes all the officers and members of the Paid Fire 
Department, and has for its object the 
creation and raaintenance of a ftmd for benev- 
olent purposes in their behalf. An assess- 
ment of one dollar per month is made on all mem- 
bers, and benefits to the amount of ten dollars per 
week are paid members during sickness. Special as- 
sessments of one dollar on all members is also made 
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ing applifil lirst to funeral expenses, the residue go- 
iiit; to the heirs uf ileceased. 

Dmctrs.— Ed.T. McKittriok, Secretary ;M. J.Dolan, 
Treasurer; Henry lUce, William Kllday, M. J. Dolan. 
Trustees. 

FIRST HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Or- 
ganized in IH-li), to assist needy Hebrews in Bickness 
and in want. Reorganized iH'ys. Incorporated 1802. 
Number of members, three hundred. Wm. Saalburg, 
President ; L.J. Levingston, Secretary; A. J. Prager, 
Treasurer; office, 8 Sutter 

FIRST HEBREW LADIES' MUTUAL BENEFIT 
ASSOCIATION.— Organized January 10, 18G-t. Meet- 
ings bald second Sunday of each mouth, at 121 Eddy 
street. Number of members, one hundred and six- 
teen. The object of this association is to establish 
an institution for mutual assistance to ladies of the 
Hebrew faith who may become members of the So- 
ciety; to furnish a physician and medicine, a weekly 
benefit to sick members, and, on death of a member, 
to defray the funeral expenses. 

Officers.— L. Solomom, President ; M. Friedberg, 
Vice-President; G. Sima, Treasurer ; S. Meyer, Sec- 
retary ; office 952!^ Howard street. 

FRENCH LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (So- 
ciete de Bienfaisance des Dames Francaise).— Incor- 
porated June 5, 18G7. Meetings held last Monday of 
each mouth, at 2 p. M., at 510 Jackson street in the 
rooms of the French Mutual Benevolent Society and 
Hospital for business. Ladies receive the poor every 
Thursday from 2 to 3 p. m., in the same building. Ob- 
ject: Relief of French people that may be in want. 

Officers.— Mrs. A. Montpelier, president. 

FRENCH MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (So- 
ciete Fran^aise de Bienfaisance Mutuelle) .—Estab- 
lished December 28, 1851. This is a Mutual Relief 
Society, established for the purpose of affording as- 
sistance to its members in case of sickness. The 
rooms of the society are located at 610 Jackson street. 
The commodious hospital on Bryant street, between 
Fifth and Sixth, forms a very important addition to 
the charitable institutions of the city. The Central 
Pharmacy of the Society is open every day (Sundays 
excepted) , between one and five o'clock P. M., at blO 
Jackson street. 

Officers.— H. S. Martin, President; A. L. Auradou, 
First Vice-President ; E. Thiele, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent; London, Paris and American Bank, Treasurer ; 
L. Chassague, Financial Secretary ; J. Wolf, Record- 
ing Secretary; Jacques D. de Chautzeau, M.D., G. 
Gross, M.D., F. Dudley Tait, M.D., Physicians ; K. 
Pischl, M.D., Oculist and Aurist. 

GARIBALDI MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
— Meets second Saturday of each month at 423 Broad- 
way street. E. Scodeletti, Secretary. 

GERMAN GENERAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF 
SAN FRANCISCO (Styled in German, Die AUgemeine 
Deutsche Understuetzungs Gesellscbaft) . — Is one of 
the largest and most efficient charitable institutions 
in the State. It was organized on the seventh of 
January, IS-il, with one hundred and five members, 
and has rapidly increased, until now it numbers three 
thousand three hundred and sixty-two members. 

Only Germans and persons speaking German are 
admitted to membership. The chief purpose of the 
association is mutual assistance in case of sickness, 
and when sick every member has a right to demand 
support and medical attendance from the society. 
The society has a second purpose of doing charity to 
Germans not members of the association, and esijeci- 
ally to German immigrants newly arrived. For this 
purjiose the society has expended during its existence 
over $300,000. The hospital of the society, located 
on the block bounded by Fourteenth, Ridley, Noe 
and Castro streets, is built after the most Improved 
plans of modern hospital architecture, and has ac- 
commodations for three hundred jiatients. It was 
formally opened February 22, 1878, and replaces the 
loss of their old hospital on Brannan street, which 
was burned August 28, 1870. 

The office is at 10.5 Stockton street, room 22, where 
the general agent, Eugene Romer, can be found from 
eight o'clock A. M. to five o'clock P. M., on weekdays. 
All applications for admission into the society, or for 
charitable relief, and to furnish employment or ser- 
vants to applicants, should be addressed to the agent. 
No <h:irge for application. 

Officers.— Dr. Julius Koebig, President ; B. Broem- 



mel. First Vice-President ; Carl Uhlig, Second Vice 
President ; F, C. Siebe, Treasurer ; William Herrmann' 
Corresponding Secretary ; E. H. Michels, Financial 
Secretary ; W. Bogen, Rudolph Herold, Adolph 
Schwerin, Louis Zeiss. Robert Capelle, Charles Hess, 
Max Ordenstein, Trustees. 

GERMAN LADIES' GENERAL BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Organized 1870. Object: To aid the poor 
and distressed German women of San Francisco. 
Number of members three hundred and six. Meets 
on the first day of each month at 310 Post street. 

Officers. — Mrs. L. Koster.President ; Mrs.Jacob Reg- 
ensberger, Vice-President ; Mrs. B. Broemmel, Secre- 
tary, corner California and Steiner streets ; Mrs. F. 
Stadtmiiller, Treasurer. 

GIRLS' DIRECTORY.- Established in San Fran- 
cisco, December 25, 1887. Objects: This Home is a 
charitable institution where poor girls of all denom- 
inations can find shelter until work can be obtained, 
and also for poor abandoned children. Park Road 
and Lott street. 

GOLDEN GATE KINDERGARTEN ASSOCIATION. 
— Organized October 6th, 1879. Incorporated October 
6th, 1884. 

This work had its inspiration in the Bible Class of 
Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper. Its object is the establishment 
and maintenance of free Kindergartens in San Fran- 
cisco, and the sustaining of a free Normal Training 
School for Kindergartens ; and to further promote the 
work for needy, neglected childen. There are seventy 
well-known ladies on the Board ; also thirty repre- 
sentative gentlemen of the city and vicinity, includ- 
ing the Presidents of the Leiand Stanford Jr. Univer- 
sity and the University of California, and other 
distinguished professors. Up to October 8th, 
1892, 14,346 little children, under five years of 
age, have been trained in these Kindergartens. 
Thirty-five Kindergartens have been organized. 
Two hundred and sixty thousand dollars has been 
given to this work by the citizens of San Francisco 
during the twelve years. Mrs. Stanford has, in addi- 
tion to this, endowed five Memorial Kindergartens 
with SIOO.OOO. The first year the total receipts were 
Sl,805 70. The thirteenth year the total receipts were 
$43,731 90. Mother's Meetings have been organized 
to encourage thrift, economy and hygiene in the fam- 
ilies connected with the Kindergartens, and to bring 
something of new hope and comfort into their hard 
and cheerless lives. 

Officers.— Mrs. Leiand Stanford, Honorary Presi- 
dent ; Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper, President ; Mrs. Charles 
Lux and Mrs. Louis Sloss, Vice-Presidents ; Miss 
Ella L. Adams, Secretary ; Miss Virginia Fitch, As- 
sistant Secretary; Miss Isabelle Knight, Treasurer ; 
Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper, Superintendent ; Miss Hariiet 
Cooper, Deputy Superintendent and Private Secre- 
tary ; Hon. E. G. Waite and Charles G. Lathrop, Audi- 
tors. Directors : Mrs. Leiand Stanford, Mrs. Sarah 
B. Cooper, Mrs. George Hearst, Mrs. Charles B. Alex- 
ander, Mrs. Charles Holbrook, Mrs. Cyrus Walker, 
Mrs. A. J. Pope, Mrs. Charles Lux, Mrs. Louis Sloss, 
Mrs. B. F. Norris, Mrs. Charles Clayton. Normal 
Trainer, Miss Anna M. Stovall. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC— Organized 
January, 1807. Department Headquarters rooms 18 
and 19, St. Ann's Building, No. 6 Eddy street, San 
Francisco. 

This is an organization of honorably discharged 
soldiers, sailors and marines of the Army and Navy 
of the United States, who Served to suppress the late 
rebellion, and whose objects are to perpetuate a fra- 
ternal feeling among its members, to aid and assist 
those in distress, and provide for the widows and 
orphans of their deceased comrades. The place for 
holding the annual meeting of the Department of 
California is designated from year to year. The next 
annual encampment will be held in Oakland. 

Officers of Department of California— Commander, 
E. C. Seymour, San Bernardino; S. V. Commander, 
Fred Banta, Fresno ; J. V. Commander, Magnus 
Tait, Los Gates; A. A. General, T. C. Masteller. San 
Francisco ; A. Q. M. General, Eugene Wiegand, San 
Francisco ; Medical Director, A. C. Keating, River- 
side ; Chaplain, Rev. A. B.Morrison, Los Angeles; 
Judge Advocate, W. H. Shinn, Los Angeles; Dept. 
Inspector, H. S. Smith, Oakland ; Chief Mustering 
Officer, W. H. Ennis, Sacramento; Senior Aid-de- 
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Lincoln Post No. 1. — Organized May 27th, 1867, 
Wm. H. Wliartf, Commander. Meets Thursdays at S5 
Eddy street 

Geokge H. Thomas Post No. 2. — Elisha Brooks, 
Commander. Meets first and third Tuesday of each 
month at 320 Post street. 

G.-asFLELD Post No. 34. — J. Karmlnsky, Comman- 
der. Meets Tuesdays in Alcazar Building. 

CoLONEi, Cass Post No. 46. — G. W. Arbuckle, Com- 
mander. Meets first and third Wednesdays of each 
month at 35 Eddy street. 

Genehal G. G. Meade Post No. 48. — Thomas 
Mallon, Commander. Meets first and third Tuesdays 
of eacli month in Forresters' Hall, 102 O'Farrell 
street. 

LrBERTT Post No. 133.— William Irelan, Com- 
mander. Meets Fridays, at 20 Eddy street. 

George Stkes Post No. 159.— T. V. Brown, Com- 
mander. Meets first and third Wednesdays at Steimke 
Hall, cor Union and Octavia. 

Council of Administration. — W. B. Maydwell. Sac- 
ranjento, J. H. Garrett, C. H. Blinn, J. G. Giestlng, 
San Francisco, Wm. Young of Los Angeles. 

Veteran Guard of California, G. A. R.— Organ- 
ized April 11, 1885 ; number of members, 100. Meet 
Mondays. Joseph B. Lauck, Captain ; T. C. Mas- 
teller, Adjutant; Eugene Wiegand. Quartermaster; 
J. J. Frank, Commissary, Armory, 620 Bush street. 

Grand Army of the Kepublio Cemetery Associa- 
tion. — Incorporated January 28, 1870. Meets at 95 
Donohoe Bilding, San Francisco. John Murphy, 
Vice President; C. Mason Kinne, 422 California, 
Treasurer; John 0. Innes, Secretary, 1207 Bush. 

MADRID MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— 
Frank L. Noriega, President ; John L. Noriega, Re- 
cording Secretary. Meets first Monday of every 
month at 320 Post . 

SONS OF VETERANS.— Organized November, 1881. 
Object : True allegiance to the Government, based 
upon a respect for, and devotion and fidelity to the 
Constitution. 

Membership — All male descendents, not less than 
eighteen years of age, of deceased or honorably dis- 
charged soldiers, sailors or marines who served in the 
Union Army or Navy during the Civil War of 1861-65 ; 
provided that no person shall be eligible who has ever 
been convicted of any infamous crime, or who has, 
or whose father has ever borne arms against the Gov- 
ernment of the United States 

Division Oflicers of California, — Commander, F. 
W. Bunnell, Los Angeles; S. V. Commander, E. W. 
Eustice, San Francisco ; J. V. Commander. G. P. 
Penfield, Berkeley ; Division Council, James Ash- 
mifn, Los Angeles ; Rev. Charles A. Kiazle, Pasadena; 
J. W. Taggart. Santa Barbara ; Surgeon, Dr. W. H. 
Cook, Bakersfield: Chaplain, C. Roy McKeon, Fresno ; 
Adjutant, J. A. Medlar, Los Angeles ; Quartermaster, 
C. S. Traphagen, Los Angeles ; Inspector, F. C. 
Shipley, Oakland; Mustering Of&cer, Scott Ennis, 
Sacramento; Judge Advocate, R. White, Santa .Bar- 
bara. 

Fair Oaks Camp No. 15. — Meets every Monday at 
1133 Mission street. A. M. Annls, Commander ; F. 
E. Wharff, First Sergeant. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.— Cali- 
fornia Society organized July 4th, 1876. 

The objects are, to perpetuate the memory and the 
spirit of the men who achieved American Indepen- 
dence, by the encouragement of historical research 
in relation to the Revolution and the publication of 
its results, the preservation of documents and relics, 
and of the records of the individual services of Revo- 
lutionary soldiers and patriots, and the promotion of 
celebrations of all patriotic anniversaries ; to carry 
out the injunction of Washington in his farewell ad- 
dress to the American people, " to promote, as an ob- 
ject of primary importance, Institutions for the gen- 
eral diffusion of knowledge," thus developing an 
enlightened public opinion, and affording to young 
and old such advantages as shall develop in them the 
largest capacity for performing the duties of Ameri- 
-can citizens ; to cherish, maintain, and extend the 
institutions of American freedom ; to foster true 
patriotism and love of country ; and to aid in secur- 
ing for mankind all the blessings of liberty. 

Any man is eligible for membership, who is of the 



age of twenty-one years, and who is descended from 
an ancestor who, with unfailing loyalty, rendered 
material aid to the cause of American Independence, 
as a soldier or as a seaman, or a civil officer In one of 
the several Colonies or States, or the United Colonies 
or States, or as a recognized patriot ; provided that 
he shall be found worthy. 

Officers. — I. Estcourt Sawyer, U. S. A., President ; 
Charles I. King, Senior Vice-President; Major Ed- 
ward Hunter, U. S. A., Junior Vice-President; Charles 
H. Warner, Treasurer; A. S. Hubbard, Registrar, 819 
Market street ; R. S. Gray, Secretary. Office 608 
Montgomery street, room 6. 

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS.— Objects: To specially 
aid and assist the Grand Army of the Republic, and 
to perpetuate the memory of their heroic dead. To 
assist such Union Veterans and their dependents, as 
may need help, and to find them homes and employ, 
ment. To inculcate lessons of patriotism and love 
of Country, In the communities in which we live, 
and to assist needy army nurses. Corps in San Fran- 
cisco : 

Department Officers of California. — President, 
Abbie E. Johnston, Los Angeles ; Senior Vice-Presi- 
dent, Mary C. Farmer, Vallejo ; Junior Vice-Presi- 
dent, Florence E. Moore, Santa Barbara; Secretary, 
Mary E, Hartwell, Los Angeles; Treasurer, Sarah 
Davis, Riverside ; Chaplain, Anna E. Kooken, San 
Diego; Inspector, Flora E. Bowley, San Francisco; 
Councillor, Geraldine E. Hood, Menlo Park ; I. and 
I. Officer, Hattie Holcomb, San Jose. 

Lincoln Relief Corps No. 3. — Laura J. Robin- 
son, 1024a Cspp street. President. Meets every 
Thursday at Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Garfield Relief Corps No. 21.— Kate Howard, 
1008 J^ Market street. President. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at Forresters' Hall, 102 O'Farrell street. 

Meade Relief Corps No. 60. — Annie H. Leavitt, 
619 M Shotwell, President. Meets first and third 
Tuesday evenings at Forester's Hall, 102 O'Farrell 
street. 

Liberty Relief Corps No. 62.— Mary A. Sullivan, 
President. Meets every Friday evening at 35 Eddy 

LADIES OF THE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUB- 
LIC. — Object — To assist the Grand Army of the Re- 
public in its mission of aid, encouragement and sym- 
pathize in their work of charity ; to extend aid to its 
sick, to aid sick soldiers, sailors and marines 
and to look after their orphans ; to perpetuate and 
keep forever sacred "Memorial Day" and to see that 
the children obtain proper education in the history of 
our country and in patriotism. 

Eligibility — All mothers, wives, sisters and daugh- 
ters of soldiers, sailors or marines who served honor- 
ably during the civil war of 1861-65, and army nurses 
of good moral character. 

Department Officers of California. — Belinda S. 
Bailey, of San Francisco, President; Carrie M. 
Deveraux of Santa Rosa, S. V. President ; Sarah A. 
Wilson of Oakland, J. V. President; Eleanor Ander- 
son of San Jose, Treasurer; Mattie Soper of Santa 
Rosa, Chaplain ; Sarah A. Metcalf of San Francisco, 
Counselor. 

The following named Circles have been organized 
in San Francisco. 

Seven Pines Circle No. 3— Meets every Saturday 
evening in Ruby Hall, Red Mens' Building, 320 Post 
street. Amelia Bultner, President ; Isabella Plnkson, 
Secretary. 

Gettysburg Circle No. 11. — Meets second and 
fourth Friday evenings of each month in Harmony 
Hall, Bed Mens' Building, 320 Post street, Emma 
Bobbins President, Margaret Sutherland, secretary. 

GREEK, RUSSIAN, SLAVONIAN ORTHODOX 
EASTERN CHURCH AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
— This Society was organized about 1862 and incor- 
porated in 1867. Meets at both the Russian Church 
building, 1713-1715 Stockton street, and S. M. B. and 
L. Hall, 10 California street. Membership about 300. 

Officers L. C. Jsncovich, president ; J. P. Angius, 
Vice-Presiddnt ; E. P. Alexine, Treasurer; Geo. E. 
Dabovich, Recording Secretary; B, P. Kashevaroff, 
Financial Sc'^^tary 

Har HARMuifWAH Lodge No. 3, O. K., S. B. — Meet- 
ings held the second Sunday of each month at B'nai 



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B'rlth Hall, 121 Eddy. M. Schloss. President. M. 
Marks, Vice-President, Thomas Oohn, Treasurer, A. 
N. Levy, Secretary. 

HAHNEMANN DISPENSARY.— Located in the 
Hahutiuanu Hospital College Building, 115 Haight 
street, above Octavla. The object of the Dispensary 
is to provide medical and surgical aid for the worthy 
poor, and to attend at their homes, those among them 
unable to visit the Dispensary. Attention given In 
all departments of medicine and surgery. Hours 
from 10 A. M. to 3 P. m. daily, except Sundays. 

Officers:— 0. Waterhouse, Esq., President; G. H. 
Martin. M. D., Secretary ; A. C. Petersou, M.D., Treas- 
urer; Wm. Boericke. M. D.. Medical Superintendent. 

HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM FEM.VLES.— Or- 
ganized May, 1872, under the auspices of the Sisters of 
Mercy. Also called "Our Lady's Home." 

The home adjoins St. Mary's Hospital, and at 
present contains about one hundred inmates. 

HUNGARIAN SOCIAL AND MUTUAL AID SOCI- 
ETY OF THE PACIFIC COAST.— Meets first and third 
Sunday in each mouth at cor. Sacramento and Kearny 
streets. M. Roth, President; S. Hotfman, Vice- 
President; F. Jacobovies, Secretary; F. Heiduska, 
Treasurer; S. Szegedy, Librarian; Dr. J. Sobosky. 
physician 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.— Office Great 
Chief of Records, Red Men's Building, 320 Post street. 

Geo. W. Lovie, Great Sachem, Redwood City; S. 
Gumbinner, Great Senior Sagamore, San Francisco ; 
O. F. Seavey, Great Junior Sagamore, Auburn ; Fred- 
erick Brandt, Great Prophet, San Francisco; J. W. 
Maher, Great Chief of Records, San Francisco ; Adam 
Smith, Great Keeper of Wampum, San Francisco; 
J. P. Counts, Great Representative G. C. U. S., Sac- 
ramento ; Frederick Brandt, Great Representative 
G.C. U.S., San Francisco; Adam Smith, Great Rep- 
resentative G. C. U. S., San Francisco ; J. L. Bower, 
Great Sannap, San Francisco; F. A. Whipple, Great 
Mishinewa, Fort Bragg ; H. N. Deppe, Great Guard 
of the Wigwam, San Francisco ; Wm. Jones, Great 
Guard of the Forest, San Francisco. 

Number of Tribes in the State, thirty-four. The 
following meets in San Francisco, at Red Men's Build- 
ing, 320 Post street: 

ManzanitaNo. 4.— Meets every Wednesday evening. 

MiantonomahNo. 9.— Meets every Tuesday evening. 

PoHONACHEE No. 10. — Mects every Monday evening. 

Pocahontas No. 11. — Meets every Friday evening. 

SoTOYOME No. 12.— Meets every Thursday evening. 

Seminole No. 51. — Meets every Wednesday evening. 

Modoc No. 67. — Meets every Thursday evening. 

WiNNEMUCCA No. 61. — Meets every Friday evening. 

Osceola No. 71 — Meets every Thursday evening. 

White Eagle No. 72.— Meets Friday evening at 
corner Twenty. fourth and Potrero avenue. 

Tahoe League No. 3.— Meets first and third Sat- 
virday evening of each month. 

Uniform R.vnk of Tahoe League.— Meets for drill 
every first and third Saturday evening of each month. 

Pocahontas Council No. 3. — Degree of Pocahontas. 
Meets every Monday evening. 

Alfarata Council No. 10- — Meets every Thursday 
evening. 

Number of Councils of the degree of Pocahontas in 
the State, thirteen. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN'S HALL ASSO- 
CIATION. — Meets every second Monday in the month 
at the Hall, 320 Post street. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN'S ENDOW- 
MENT FUND ASSOC1.\TION.— Organized September 
8, 1881. Office, 320 Post street. Annual meeting held 
on the second Tuesday in July of each year. 

Officers.— H. O. Oummings, President; Henry A. 
Chase, Secretary ; Wm. M. Betts, Treasurer. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN'S RELIEF AND 
BURIAL ASSOCIATION.— Incorporated October 25th, 
1889. John F. Pinkham, President ; Henry A. Chase, 
Secretary ; Adam Smith, Treasurer. Annual meeting 
first Monday in January of each year. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN (Exclusive 
German Order).— The Gross Stamm of California 



mcet.s annually the last Monday in July. Address, 510 
Bush street. 

Grand Officers. — Fred Schneider, Sacramento, 
Grand O.'jO. ; Jos. Melczer, Grand U. 0. ; B. Humburg, 
San Jose, Grand B. C. ; H. P. WoUern, Grand Priest ; 
J. Janke, Grand Secretary ; J. Gutberlet, Grand 
Treasurer. 

The following subordinate Stamms meet at the 
Hall, 510 Bush street, at eight o'clock P. M. 

California Stamm No. 70.— Meets every Friday. 

Golden Gate Stamm No. 74.— Meets first and sec- 
ond Thursday in each month. 

Pacific Stamm No. 78.— Meets every Monday. 

Germania Stamm No. 83.— Meets every Tuesday. 

Herman Stamm No. 224.— Meets every Monday. 

Teutonia Stamm No. 250.— Meets every Thursday. 

VORWARTS Stamm No. 255. — Meets every Wednes- 
day. 

Verba Buena Encampment No. 8.— Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

San Francisco Stamm No. 246.— Meets every Tues- 
day. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER RED MEN'S HALL AS- 
SOCIATION.— IncorporatedDecember24, 1867. Meets 
second Tuesday of each month at the Hall, 510 Bush 

Officers.— C. B. Rode, President ; E. Grimm, Vice- 
President ; D. H. Bockmann, Secretary ; John Man- 
gels, Treasurer. 

ITALIAN BERSAGLIERI MUTUAL BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY (Societa di Mutuo Soccorso della Com- 
pagnia Bersaglieri Italiani) .—Incorporated February 
18, 1881. Number of members, eight hundred. Meets 
on the second Thursday of every month at 1525 Stock- 

Offioers.— A. Nardlni, President; L. Baglietto and 
E. Naccarini, Vice-Presidents; E. Unti, Secretary; 
L. Corrado, 'Treasurer. 

ITALIAN MUTUAL AID SOCIETY OF THE GAR- 
IBALDI GUARD. — Location, 423 Broadway street. 

Officers. — F. Zeiro, President; P. Campodonico and 
P. Simi Vice-Presidents; E. Scodeletti, Secretary; 
L. Torre Treasurer. 

ITALIAN SHARPSHOOTERS OF THE ALPS.— 
Mutual Benovoleut Society (Societa di Mutuo Soccorso 
della Compagnia Alpinl) three hundred members. 
Military members, one hundred. Armory, 1628 Powell, 
cor. Union. 

ITALIAN MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— In- 
corporated December 30, 1867. Number of members, 
eight hundred and fifty. 

This is a mutual relief society, established for the 
purpose of atfording assistance to sick membefs. 
Meetings held the second Monday of each month, 
at 808 Montgomery street. 

Officers.- J. C. Sala, President; V. Ravenna, 
Vice-President; A. Daneri, Treasurer; Benjamin 
Moron, Secretary, P. O. Box 1848; A. Casassa, Col- 
lector ; J. Pescia, Physician. 

JUAREZ GUARD MUTUAL AND BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY.— Organized October 17, 1871. This is the 
civil section of the Juarez Guard, and its purpose is 
to aid its sick members. Number of members, one 
hundred and twenty-three. Meets at ApoUo Hall, 810 
Pacific street. 

KING'S DAUGHTERS' HOME FOR INCURABLES. 
Incorporated December 19, 1890. Location, Francisco 
street, near Powell. The Home is designed for people 
who are suffering with incurable diseases other than 
contagious diseases and for acquiring and holding of 
all such real and personal property as may be neces- 
sary to accomplish the objects of the Incorporation. 

Officers.- Mrs. A. P. Clark, President; Mrs. Richard 
Brown, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. Frede Diserens, 
Treasurer. Address of Secretary, 2525 Lombard. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR.— Chartered 
in 1878, by the State of Kentucky. Its objects are to 
unite fraternally all acceptable white men and women 
of any reputable profession, business or occupation, 
who are over eighteen years of age ; to promote ben- 
evolence and charity, by establishing a relief fund, 
from which, on satisfactory evidence of the death of 
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thiwe thousand dollars, shall be paid to the beneficiary 
as the member may direct. A Grand Lodge was or- 
ganized August 26, 1887. 

Officers.— J. C. Pierson, P. G. P. ; C. C. O'Donnell, (i. 
P. ;H. C.Trephagen, G. V. P.; S. P. Carleton.G. S.; J. 
W. Maher, G. T. ; Mrs. M. E. Cummings, G. C; Mrs. 
E. A. Nahor, G. G.; Mrs. P. Dunszweiller, G. G. ; Mrs. 
Minnie Hoffelt, G. S.; J. D. .Jeflers, Mrs. P. Holtz- 
heiser, Mrs. Meta Widder, Grand Trustees. Head- 
quarters. 20 Ellis, 8. F. The following are the 
Lodges in this city: 

Atjeoea Lodge No. 202. — Meets first and third Mon- 
days in each month at 421 Post street. 

Maktha Lodge No. 241 (German).— Meets second 
and fourth Fridays in each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Bat City Lodge No. 619. — Meets every Monday at 
102 O'Farrell street. 

Golden Rule Lodge No. 660. — Meets 2d and 4th 
Thursday in 20 Eddy 

Fidelitt Lodge No. 745.— Meets 2d and 4th Friday 
at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Pacific Lodge No. 815.— Meets every Monday at 421 
Post street. 

Empire Lodge No. 832. — Meets every Wednesday in 
St. George's Hall. 

West End Lodge No. 1102.— Meets 1st and 3d 
Tuesday at 421 Post. 

Magnolia Lodge No. 1248. — Meets 1st and 3d Fri- 
day at St. George's Hall. 

ExcELsiOK Lodge No. 1252. — Meets every Thursday 
at 421 Post Street. 

Palo Alto Lodge No. 1541. — Meets every Monday at 
102 O'Farrell Street. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. — Organized June, 1873. 
Objects: Benevolent, fraternal and beneficial. The 
first Lodge organized in this State was the California, 
in May, 1879. 

Gband Lodge of Califobnia. — Organized March, 
1880. Room 47 St. Ann's Building. 

Officers. — John M. Rourke, San Francisco, Past 
Grand Dictator ; 0. W. Decker, San Francisco, Grand 
Dictator; A. H. Voight, Los Angeles, Grand Vice- 
Dictator ; P. L. Archibald, San Francisco, Grand As- 
sistant Dictator ; G. H. M. Curry, San Francisco, Grand 
Reporter ; F. William Zehfuss, San Francisco, Grand 
Treasurer; J. R. McLean, San Francisco, Grand 
Chaplain ;C. H. Holcomb,San Francisco.Grand Guide ; 
J. G. Smith, Vallejo, Grand Guardian; W. W. Cowell, 
Stockton. Grand Sentinel ; Fred Raabe. San Fran- 
cisco, Grand Trustee ; George Lemont, San Francisco, 
Grand Trustee ; Duncan McPherson, Santa Cruz, Grand 
Trustee ; C. H. M. Curry, Supreme Lodge Representa- 
tive, 2 years ; Supreme Representatives. Harry J. Lask ; 
Supreme Lodge Representative, 1 year, R. H. War- 
field ; Supreme Lodge Representative, 1 year, G. W. 
Branch; Supreme Lodge Alternate, 1 year; State 
Medical Examiner, Dr. Lee O. Rodgers, lOUO Webster, 
San Francisco. 

There are fifty-three lodges, numbering four 
thousand three hundred members, in California. 
There are twenty-three lodges in this city, viz.: 

Ivy Lodge No. 1716. — Meets every Friday evening 
at 20 Eddy street. 

Gebmania Lodge No. 1718. — (Works in German) 
meets every Tuesday evening at Alcazar Building. 

Feiendship Lodge No. 1731.— Meets every Monday 
evening at 909}^ Market street 

Chaeteb Oak Lodge No. 1755.— Meets first and 
Third Friday evenings of each month at 320 Post 
street. 

EubekaXodge No. 1756. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. 

Yeeba Buena Lodge No. 1788. — ^Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Alcazar Building. 

NoEMAN Lodge No. 1841. — Meets every Tuesday 
evemng at B'nai B'rith Hall. 

Saxon Lodge No. 1848. — Meets every Tuesday eve- 
ning at 32 O'Farrell street. 

TJoton Lodge No. 1895. — Meets every first and third 
Tuesday evening in the month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

San Feancisco Lodge No. 1922. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Alcazar Building. 



Tancred Lodge No. 1927.— Meets second and fourth 
Saturday evenings of each month at Alcazar Building. 

TosEMiTE Lodge No. 1930.— Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings of each month at 32 O'Farrell 
street. 

Occidental Lodge No. 1990. — Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at 121 
Eddy street. 

Keystone Lodge No. 2107. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at Alcazar Building. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 2108. — Meets every Friday 
evening at 320 Post street. 

Eagle Lodge No. 2204. — Meets first and second 
Wednesday evenings of each month at 32 O'Farrell 

street. 

Ajceeica Lodge No. 2229. — Meets first and third 
Thursday evenings of each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Confidencb Lodge No. 2282. — Meets second and 
foarth Tuesday evenings of each month at 320 Post 
street. 

Fab West Lodge No. 2324. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 1901 Geary street. 

Anchoe Lodge No. 2366. — Meets every Monday 
evening in each month at 20 Eddy street. 

PoLAE Stab Lodge No. 3027. — Meets every Friday 
evening at corner Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 

FOBTTJNA Lodge. — Meets every Thursday evening 
at 20 Eddy street. 

LrBEBTY Lodge No. 3496. — Meets every Tuesday at 
909}^ Market street. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.— The first Lodge of this 
Order in California was organized March 25, 1869. 
Since then 187 other Lodges have been organized in 
the State, twenty-five of which are in San Francisco. 

The GEAins Lodge of Califobnia. — Organized Sep- 
tember 28, 1869. 

Officers.— George E. Church. P. G. C. ; W. C. Graves, 
G. C; Frank McGowan. G. V. C. ; Leonard Goodwin, 
G. P. ; H. Schaffner, G. K. of R. and S., San Francisco ; 
S. G. Little, G. M. of E., Dixon; J. C. Lohmeyer, G. 
M. of A.; W. H. Woodbury, G.I. G.;J.H. Johnson, G. 
O. G., Sacramento. Supreme Representatives — S. L. 
Carter, Fresno; T. F. Bachelder, Sunol. Office of G. 
K. of R. and S. 16 St. Ann's Building. 

The following Subordinate Lodges of the City of 
San Francisco, except when otherwise stated, meet 
at Pythian Castle, 909 Market street, on the follow- 
ing evenings : 

Califobnia Lodge No. 1. — Meets every Friday in 
Alcazar building. 

Damon Lodge No. 2. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 3. — Meets first and third 
Friday. 

Laueel Lodge No. 4. — Meets every Monday. 

IVANHOE Lodge No. 5. — Meets every Wednesday. 

Alemania Lodge No. 8. — Meets every Wednesday. 

EuEEKA Lodge No. 9. — Meets every Friday. 

ExcELSioB Lodge No. 12. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Haemony Lodge No. 15. — Meets every second and 
fourth Wednesday 

Mybtle Lodge No. 16. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Meteopolitan Lodge No. 24. — Meets every Mon- 
day. 

South San Fbancisco Lodge No. 45.— Meets every 
Tuesday at Masonic Hall, Railroad avenue. South San 
Francisco. 

Bayaed Lodge No. 53. — Meets every Monday even- 
ing at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Syeacuse Lodge No. 58. — Meets every Wednesday 

Unity Lodge No. 61.— Meets every Thursday at 
421 Post street. 

Golden City Lodge No. 63. — Meets every Friday 
at 320 Post street. 

Ivy Lodge No. 65. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Gabfteld Lodge No. 72. — Meets every Thursday. 

Justice Lodge No. 85. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Tbiangle Lodge No. 104.— Meeis every Thursday. 



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Fairmount Lodge No. 108. — Meets every Friday 
at Excelsior Hall, 2:il'.) Mission street. 

Bay City Lopge No. 117. — Meets every Wednesday 
at Alcazur Buildiufj- 

Roma Lodge No. 147. — Meets every Tuesday at 814 
Pacifln. 

Jki FEBSoN Lodge No. 179. — Meets every Tuesday 
at 005 Union street. 

Section No. 70 of the Endowment Rank. — Meets 
the second Saturday of each month at 9U9 Market 
street. A. K. Stevens, Secretary. Office, room 16, 
St. Aun's Building. 

Section No. 1.515. — Meets every Wednesday evening 
at 909 Market street. Aaron Wasch Secretary, 1507 
Golden Gate Av 

Uniform Rank.— F. A. Mergulre, Brigade Com- 
mander ; 0. B. Nichols, A. A. G. Headquarters, Oak- 
land. 

Fairmount Division No. 26.— Meets first Friday of 
each month at 2319 Mission street. 

S. F. German Division No. 31.— Meets first Tuesday 
of each month at 921 Mission street. 

Pythian Dn'isioN No. 2. — Organized, 1881. Meets 
on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. 

Pacific Division No. 3. — Organized March 24, 1883. 
Meets first and third Wednesday of each month at 320 
Post street. 

Unity Division No. 13. — Organized January, 1884. 
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 
320 Post street. 

JtrsTioE Division No. 20. — Meets last Tuesday of 
each month at 909 J$ Market street. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 
— Rooms, 909 }<j Market street. Meets the second Satur- 
day evening of each month. The library contains 
five tliousand volumes in the various departments 
of literature. 

Officers.— C. W. Nevin, President ; W. H. Bodfish, 
Vice-President ; W. K. Forsyth, Secretary ; Isaac Siein- 
dler. Treasurer. D. Allison, Librarian. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUREAU OF RELIEF.— 
Meets every Saturday evening at 9(19 }$ Market street. 
M.A. 8amuels,Presldent;P, J. O'Neill, Vice-President ; 
O. Norcross. Secretary; Numar Rose, Treasurer. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS CEMETERY ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Office, room 16 St. Ann's Building. Plat, 
City Cemetery. M. A. Samuels, President; F. A. 
Mecready, Secretary. 

KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE.— A beneficial 
and semi-military organization. . 

Grand Officers of the Grand Castle of the State of 
California.— T. F. Laird, of Angels, P. G. C; Samuel 
McCall, of San Francisco, G. C; J. W. Galbraith, of 
Stockton, G. V. C. ; W. O. Farnswortb, of San Fran- 
cisco, G. H. P. : George B. Hanna, of San Francisco. 
G. M. of R.: Daniel Norcross, of Sau Francisco, G. K. 
of E. ; F. A. Miller, of San Francisco, G. S. H. ; F. T. 
Morrelle, of San Francisco, G. 1st Guardsman; J. A. 
Laughton, of Stockton, G. 2d Guardsman ; T. F. 
Laird, of Angels, Supreme Rep. Office of the Grand 
Castle. 535 Market street, San Francisco. 

California Castle No. 1. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 421 Post street. 

Golden Gate Castle No. 9. — Meets every Monday 
evening at 421 Post street. 

Pacific Castle No. 10. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 421 Post street. 

KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH.— A secret Irish 
organization, the object of which is known only to 
the members of the association. Meets every Wed- 
nesday at southeast corner Mason and O'Farrell 
streets. 

KONG CHOW BENEFICIAL SOCIETY.— (Chinese) 
Incorporated September 24, 18G7. Location of asy- 
lum, north side of Pine street, between Kearny and 
Grant Av. Object : To dispense charity to poor and 
worthy Chinese. 

LADIES' PROTECTION AND RELIEF SOCIETY.— 
Established August 4, 1853. Incorporated August 9, ' 
1854. 

This society has under its supervision a Home ' 
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fourteen and over three years, and boys under ten and 
over three years, may be received and provided for un- 
til permanent homes in Christian families can be 
secured for them. 

The building of this institution is located on Frank- 
lin street, between Post and Geary, and is a fine and 
commodious structure. 

Applications for admission should be made to Mrs. 
Wakelee, at the Home, between the hours of one 
and three o'clock P. M., on Mondays and Fridays of 
each week. Donations of money, etc., may be sent to 
Miss Kate Hutchinson, southwest corner of Howard 
and Fifteentli streets. Letters and communications 
should be addressed to Mrs. Geo. Barstow at the 
Home on Franklin street, or Miss A. W. Beaver^ 
Corresponding Secretary. 

Officers. — Mrs. George Barstow, President; Mrs. 
Charles Goodall, Vice-President; Mrs. Selden S. 
Wright, Recording Secretary; Miss A. W. Beaver, 
Corresponding Secretary; Miss Kate Hutchinson, 
Treasurer ; Miss Mary McGladery, Matron. 

LADIES' SEAMAN'S FRIEND SOCIETY.— Meet- 
ings of this Society are held the first Wednesday 
of each month, at the Sailor's Home, northeast corner 
of Harrison and Main streets. 

Ofticers.- Mrs. C. H. Sykes, President; Misa S. M. 
N. Cummings, Vice-President ; Mrs. A. McAnney, 
Recording Secretary ; Mrs. Philip Cox, Corresponding 
Secretary; Mrs. A. L. Brannan, Treasurer. 

LADIES' SOCIETY OF ISRAELITES ^ Israeli tische 
Frauen Verein) . — Established August 12, 1855, for the 
purpose of assisting Hebrew women under all cir- 
cumstances of want. Meets Mondays and Thursdays 
of each week, at 105 Stockton street. 

Number of members, three hundred. 

Officers. — Mrs. S. Foorman, President; Mrs. 
S. Blum, Vice-President; Leo Eloesser, Secre- 
tary ; Mrs. Leopold Bachman, Treasurer; D. Michael, 
Collector. 

LADIES' UNITED HEBREW BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Established in 1855. Meets every Tuesday 
at I p. M., at Synagogue corner Post and Taylor 
streets. The objects of the Society are to as- 
sist poor and needy women of the Jewish Faith. The 
affairs of the Society are managed by a board of of- 
ficers and an anjuncta of three councilmen. 

Officers. — Mrs. S. Schocken, President ; Mrs. J. S. 
Oppenheim, Vice-President ; Mrs. S. Zekind, Treas- 
urer ; Mrs. H. Lippman, Secretary. 

LICK OLD LADIES' HOME.— Located on Uni- 
verity street, between Wayland and Henry streets, 
on University Mound Tract. Geo. W. Halght, 207 
Sausome street, attorney for the Home. 

LITTLE SIS'TERS' INFANT SHELTER.— Incor- 
porated March 10, 1874. This society was organized 
for the purpose of taking care of the young children 
of working women during tlie day, thus allowing the 
mother to perform a day's work. Tiie Infant Shelter 
is located at 512 Minna street. The rooms are pleas- 
ant and spacious, and fitted up with all the articles 
necessary for a nursery. 

Officers.— Mrs. J. B. Stetson, President; Mrs. W. E. 
Fisher, Vice-President; Mrs. Charles Olney, Corre- 
sponding Secretary ; Mrs. H. N. Tilden, Record- 
ing Secretary ; Mrs. A. M. Robertson, Treasurer; Miss 
Fannie Temple, Kindergarten teacher; Mrs. Jane 
Temple, Matron. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM.— Under the charge of the 
Sisters of Mercy. Location, Potrero avenue, near 
Twenty-first street. 

A large and commodious building, three stories in 
height, has been erected forthe accommodation of the 
inmates of the asylum. At the present time there are 
over one hundred penitents, attended by twenty Sis- 
ters of Mercy. Under an arrangement with the city 
this Asylum also takes charge of such refractory 
girls as are committed to its custody by order of the 
courts. 

MASTER MARINERS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized April, 1867. Incorporated April 
28, 1869. Meets every Wednesday evening, at 421 
Post street. 

Officers. — Edward Henrix, President; H. H. Birk- 
holmVice-President ; L. Traung, Recording Secretary ; 
C. W. J. Miller, Financial Secretary ; Jacob Petersen, 
Treasurer. 



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MATER MISERTCOEDI^ (House of Mercy) .—Un- 
der the charge of tlie Sisters of Mercy. 

Location, 33 Rlncon Place, adjoining St. Mary's 
Hospital. 

This is for the protection of young women of un- 
blemished character — none others admitted. 

MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S.— Or- 
ganized April 15, 1865. 

Objects — To cherish the memories and associations 
of the war waged in defense of the unity and indivi- 
sibility of the Republic ; to strengthen the ties of fra- 
ternal fellowship and sympathy formed from com- 
panionship in arms ; to advance the best interests of 
the soldiers and sailors of the United States, especially 
those associated as members of this order, and to ex- 
tend all possible relief to their widows and children ; 
to foster the cultivation of military and naval science; 
to enforce unqualified allegiance to the General Gov- 
ernment ; to protect the rights and liberties of Amer- 
ican citizens, and to maintain the national honor, 
union, and independence. 

COMMANDEEY OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. — Or- 
ganized May 3, 1871. Meets first Wednesdays of Feb- 
ruary, Mayj August and November. 

Offioees. — Commander, Lieut. J. W. Backus, U. 
S. Vols. ; Senior Vice-Commander, Med. Dir. George 
W. Woods, U. 8. Navy: Junior Vice-Commander, 
Major C, A. Woodruff, U. S. Army; Recorder, Bvt. Lt. 
Col. W. R. Smedberg. U. S. Army; Treasurer, Captain 
Charles Mason Klnne, U. S. Vols. ; Chancellor, Lieut. 
H. G. Rollins, U. S. Vols.; Registrar, Bvt. Brig. Gen. 
E. H. Murray, U. S. Vols ; Chaplain, Post Chaplain 
Charles M. Blake, U. S. Army; Council, Captain J. C. 
Currier, U. S. Vols., Lieutenant R. H. Warfleld. U. S. 
Vols., Bvt. Major E. A. Denicke, U. S. Vols., Lieuten- 
ant Horace Wilson, ^U. S. Vols., Captain George A. 
Fisher, U. S. Vols. Address of Recorder, 314 Califor- 
nia street, S. F., Cal. 

MOUNT ST. JOSEPH'S INFANT ASYLUM FOR 
BOYS AND GIRLS.— Organized March 10, 1863. Is 
pleasantly situated on Silver avenue, between La- 
haina and Sumatra streets. It is a large wooden 
edifice, having all the modern improvements, and will 
accommodate about four hundred children. A Sister 
Superior in charge. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY 
ENGINEERS.— San Francisco, No. 1 of California. 
Organized October 25, 1882. Objects : Mutual im- 
provement, and a beneficiary fund. Meets every 
Thursday evening at l:J2j O'Farrell street. J. M. 
Wilson, President; H. M. Caldwell. Secretary; H. 
W. Myers, Treasurer. 

NATIONAL UNION— A secret fraternity, also a so- 
cial and mutual insurance organization, composed 
principally of railroad agents and commission mer- 
chants. Headquarters 102 O'Farrell street. Califor- 
nia Council No, 530, and Occidental Council having 
consolidated, the united membership of the consoli- 
dation is one hundred and seventy-seven. 

NORD-DEUTSCHER VEREIN.— Organized Novem- 
ber 5, 1874. Number of members, three hundred and 
eighty. Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of 
every month, at 35 Eddy street. 

Object — Mutual benevolence in case of sickness or 
death. 

Oflicers.— C. B. Alpraham.President; HenningThode, 
Vice-President; Carl Moller, Secretary ; William Muel- 
ler, Financial Secretary ; Otto Schinkel, Treasurer. 

OLD PEOPLE'S HOME OF SAN FRANCISCO.— 
Organized March 19, 1874. Meets first Wednesday of 
each month, at the Home, corner of Pierce 
and Pine streets. Objects: The founding of a Home 
for the needy, sick and destitute of all nations. 

Officers.- Mrs. Charles Nelson, President; Mrs. 
A. M. Easton, First Vice-President ; Mrs. Isaac Hecht, 
Second Vice-President; Mrs. George H. Tyson, Treas- 
urer; Mrs. W. J. Dutton, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. 
Wm. Dick, Financial Secretary ; Mrs. C. C. McMahon, 
Corresponding Secretary ; Rev. R. M. Edwards, Super- 
intendent ; Mrs. Frank Smith, Matron. 

ORDER HERMANN'S SONS.— Organized June 2, 
1870. Object: To aid its members and their families 
in case of sickness, death, or distress. Number of 
members, about two thousana five hundred 

A Grand Lodge was organized June 12, 1878. 



Grand Offlcers. — F. Hensel, Grand President ; P. N. 
E. Lampe, Grand Secretary, 2018 Folsom street ; J. R. 
Hans, Grand Treasurer. 

San Fkanoisco Lodge No. 1.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 413 Sutter street. 

Ebnst Von Bandel Lodge No. 3. — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 320 Post street. 

Eureka Lodge No. 6. — Meets every Friday evening 
at 510 Bush street. 

Germania Lodge No. 7. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 510 Bush street. 

Hercules Lodge No. 8. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

North Beach Lodge No. 9. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at corner Stockton and Union streets. 

Mission Lodge No. 10. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 1749 Mission street. 

Alexander V. Humboldt Lodge No. 17. — Meets 
every Friday evening at 121 Eddy street. 

HoFFNUNG Lodge (Ladies) No. 1. — Meets every 
Friday evening at B'nai B'rith Hall. 

Thusnelda Lodge (Ladies) No. 2. — Meets every 
Thursday evening at 909}^ Market street. 

Past President's Vebein. — Meets last Monday of 
each month at 510 Bush street. 

HERMANN'S SONS-MANNERBUND.— Meets for 
practice last Monday of the month at Saenger Hall, 
17 Ridley street. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS.— Instituted May 
28, 1879. A Grand Council was organized May 17, 1881. 

The Order of Chosen Friends is a secret benevolent 
society. To unite in bonds of fraternity, aid and pro- 
tection all acceptable white persons of good charac- 
ter, steady habits, sound bodily health and reputable 
calling. To improve the condition of its member- 
ship, morally, socially and materially, by establish- 
ing a fund from which a weekly benefit may be paid 
to sick and distressed members, and upon satisfactory 
evidence of the death of a member paying from an 
endowment death fund of from one to three thousand 
dollars. 

Officers of the Grand Council.— H. W. Hutton, 
Grand Councilor ; Richard Jennings, Assistant Grand 
Councilor: Annie E. Evans, Grand Recorder ; M. H. 
Brickwedel, Grand Treasurer ; Mrs. Nellie Taylor, 
Prelate ; A. G. Baker, Marshal ; Mrs. S. Krueger, 
Warden; Mrs. Marsh, Sentry; A. A. Kappermann, 
Guard ; T. W. Wells, Past Grand Councilor. 

Grand Recorder's Office, 42-33-35 St. Ann's Building. 

There are one hundred and fifty-five subordinate 
Councils in this, State and Nevada, twenty-six of 
which are iji this city, viz : 

Concord Council No. 2.— Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Crystal Council No. 4. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at Alcazar Building. 

American Council No. 7. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Pacific Council No. 8. — Meets every Friday even- 
ing in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Samaritan Council No. 13.— Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Washington Council No. 16. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 909% Market street. 

Social Council No. 46. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 320 Post street. 

Empire Council No. 47. — Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 9093^ Market street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 60.— Meets every Friday 
evening at hall northwest corner Leavenworth and 
Pacific streets. 

Fairmount Council No. 103.— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at hall corner Valencia and Twenty- 
eighth streets. 

g. California Council No. 56.— Meets the second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at 320 Post. 

Home Council No. 14.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

Alcazar Council No. 11.— Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 102 Stockton street. 



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Olive Branch ConNciL No. 34. — Meets every Friday 
eveuiug at '.i5 Eddy street. 

Evans Council No. 52. — Meets evejy Saturday 
eveuing at 35 Eddy street. 

EcLKCTic Council No. 55. — Meets first and third 
WedUfsdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Teutonia Council No. (ifi. — Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 35 Eddy street. 

Germania Council No. 180. -Meets first and third 
Monday of each month at 320 Post street. 

H. W. Button Council No. 10.— Meets every Sat- 
urday eveuiug at 102 Stockton street. 

San Francisco Council No. 182. — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 35 Eddv street. 

Protection Council No. 42. — Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Phoenix Council No. 152— Meets first and third 
■Wednesdays of each month at 320 Post street. 

Allamania Council No. 184.— Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month at Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mis- 
sion street. 

C. M. Abnold Council No. 185. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 320 Post street. 

Mistletoe Council No. 186. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at hall corner Thirtieth and Church 
streets. 

Bradford Council No. 190. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at South San Francisco. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM (Roman Catholic) .-Organized 
March 23, 1851. 

For a number of years the asylum vyas maintained 
in the lower part of the city, until the growth of the 
city's business enforced a removal. In 1862 a farm 
of fifty-three acres, near Bay View, South San Fran- 
cisco, was purchased, upon which tract of land alarge 
and commodious wooden edifice, with all the modern 
conveniences, was erected in 1872. The building 
is beautifully located on a hill, commanding an ex- 
tensive view of the surrounding country. It covers 
an area of two hundred and four by two hundred and 
eighty-two feet, including an open centre court, 
measuring eighty by one hundred and forty-four feet. 
It will accommodate about eight hundred children. 
The institution is under the charge of the Sisters of 
Charity. 

OUR LADY'S HOME (Roman Catholic) .-For aged 
and infirm females. Under the auspices of the Sisters 
of Mercy. Rlncon Place, between Harrison and Bry- 
ant streets. 

PACIFIC HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM AND HOME 
SOCIETY.— Incorporated July 26, 1871. Location, 
east side of Devisadero street, between Hayes and 
Grove. Formed for the care, relief, protection, and 
improvement of orphan children, and for the care of 
aged Israelites who are without adequate means of 
support. 

Oflicers.— S. W. Levy, President; Isaac Wormser. 
Vice-President; Lewis Gerstle, Treasurer; Henry 
Mauser, Superintendent; Leo Eloesser, Secretary 
David Michael, Collector. 

PACIFIC HOMOEOPATHIC DISPENSARY ASSO- 
CIATION.— Organized December 7, 1876. Incorpor- 
ated December 23, 1876. This Dispensary is located 
at 743 Howard street. The object of this Association 
is to provide lor the indigent sick, medical aid of 
competent Homoeopathic physicians. Advice, free ; 
medicine, twenty-five cents. General clinics are held 
daily from 9 to 10 a. m., and from 1 to 2 and 4 to 5 
■p. M. A clinic is held alternate evenings from 7: 30 
to 8:30. Eye, ear, nose and throat clinics are open 
twice in the week and competent dentists extract 
teeth. 

OflBcers- President. Mrs. John McKee, 26 Twelfth 
street; Treasurer, Mrs. R, R. Haskell, 1709 Oak 
street; Secretary, Mrs. Dorville Libby, 820 Twenty- 
first street. 

FLORENCE CRITTENDEN HOME ASSOCIATION 
FOR ERRING WOMEN.— Charles N. Crittenden, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. S. C. Russell, Matron; Joseph Moscrop, 
Secretary ; N. R. Strong, Treasurer and J. W. Ells- 
worth, Manager, 520 Kearny street. 

SILVER STREET KINDERGARTEN SOCIETY.— 
This institution was organized January, 1882, and 



supports three Kindergartens at 64 Silver street — 
the Crocker, Eaton and the Peabody. A Housekeeper's 
class for girls from 8 to 13 years of age and a boys" 
Library and Reading Rooms which is open every 
afternoon. The California Kindergarten Training 
School is also in connection with this society. 

Otflcers. — President, Mrs. Charles B. Alexander; 
Vice-President, Mrs. Horatio Stebbius ; Secretary, W. 
E. Brown ; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Kate D. 
Wiggin ; Superintendent, Miss Nora A, Smith. 

PIONEER KINDERGARTEN SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized 1878— The report for 1892-1893 shows a gratjfiyins 
exhibit of the continued success of the organization 
which is supported by voluntary contributions — 
The permanently established schools are the Adler 
(named after the founder of the schools) Heydeufeldt,. 
Silver Star No. 1, Silver Star No. 2 and Mail Dock 

Officers.- Mrs. David Bixler, President; Mrs. Al- 
fred S. Moore, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. M. B. Kel- 
logg, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Helen Hecht, 
Treasurer. 

POLISH SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA (Towarzystwo 
Polakow w Kalifornji) . — 18 Hickory avenue. Organ- 
ized January 23, 1873. Objects — Social, literary, free 
intercourse with the native land, and mutual aid to 
the needy. Forms also a group or branch of the Pol- 
ish National Alliance In the United States of America 
(headquarters, Chicago, 111.) which is founded upon 
a federative system of individual societies, being 
associations or assemblies in the Alliance, etc., whose 
aim is to develop morally or materially the Polish 
element in the United States, etc., etc. The former 
holds its regular meetings every tbird Sunday of 
each month ; the latter, as group in the Alliance, 
meets every first Sunday of each month. 

Oificers. — Dr. L. Pawlicki, President; Andrew 
Kopaukiewiz, Vice-President ; Alex. Bednawski, 
Secretary and Librarian ; Gustav Heilman, Treas- 
urer. 

PORTUGUESE PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY. — Incorporated August, 1868. Meets the 
second and last Thursdays of each month, at 8 p. m., 
at 510 Bush street. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL OLD LADIES' HOME. 
— Organized January, 1869. Incorporated January 
25, 1870. Objects — To establish and sustain a charit- 
able institution for the permanent care and main- 
tenance of poor, aged, or infirm women, members of 
the Episcopal Church, who are from any cause inca- 
pacitated from taking care of themselves, and such 
others as the Board of Managers may think entitled 
to its beuefits. Also, for the temporary residence of 
Christip.n women seeking employment. 

The association is supported by monthly contribu- 
tions i'rom the various Protestant Episcopal Churches 
of San Francisco. Location of Home, Golden Gate 
avenue, between Lott street and Masonic avenue. 

Oflicers.— R'.ght Rev.W. F. Nichols, D. D., Vice-Pres- 
ident; E. H. Kixford, Secretary ; J. G. Clark, Treas- 
urer ; Rev. E. J. Lion, Chaplain; Right Rev. Wm. I. 
Kip, Rev. E, J. Lion, J. G. Clark, R. B. Sanchez, E. 
H. Rixford, Right Rev. Wm. F. Nichols, Trustees. 
Ladies' Board of Managers: Mrs. R. B. Sanchez, 
President; Mrs. C. E. Gibbs, Vice-President; Mrs. J. 
B. Curtis, Secretary; Miss M. J. Jones, Treasurer. 

PRINTERS' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.— Meets 
on the first Thursdays of every month at 539 Califor- 
nia street. 

ROYAL ARCANUM.— Organized at Boston, Mass., 
June 23, 1877 ; membership— December 31, 1892— 
138,000. Objects, benevolent, and fraternal, also 
mutual insurance. 

Argonaut Council No. 597. — Only Council in San 
Francisco. — Officers : — Regent, D. A. Brown, 35 Mar- 
ket street ; Treasurer, George W. Dixon, 309 Clay 
street; Collector, J. A. Magaguos, 220 Sansome street : 
Secretary, S. B. Doane, S. P. R. R. Fourth and Towns- 
end streets. Meets the First and Third Mondays at 
Charity Hall, 32 O'Farrell street, San Francisco. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAECKER VEREIN.— Organized 
August 5, 1877. Number of members, one hundred 
and twenty. Meets first and third Wednesday, in 
Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. Objects, benevolent 
and protective. 

SAN FRANCISCO BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

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of the deserving indigent, and, so far as practicable, 
to relieve their necessities. 

Officers. — 0. V. S. Gibbs, Treasurer; Robert Beech- 
ing, General Agent and Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER OF AMERICAN 
INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS.— George H. Sanders, 
President; Oliver Everett, Secretary; office 408 Cali- 
fornia, meets every second Friday of the month. 

SAN FRANCISCO FRUIT AND FLOWER MISSION. 
Incorporated October, 1880. Object : Carrying fruit, 
flowers, literature and delicacies to the sick in hos- 
pitals and tenements. Rooms, 420 Post street, where 
the members meet every Thursday from 9 o'clock 
A. M. till 1 o'clock p. M. for arrangement of flowers, 
etc. Distribution Thursday. 

Officers. — Miss Anna H. Hall President ; Miss Mary 
D. Bates, Honorary President; Miss A. K. Arnold, 
"Vice-President ; Miss Martha W. Shainwald, secre- 
tary ; Mrs. Geo. H. Buckingham Treasurer; Miss 
"Winifred 0. Douglass, Librarian.^ 

SAN FRANCISCO GIRL'S UNION.— Incorporated 
June 6, 1884. Location, 909 Taylor street. This society 
so formed in the interest of the self-reliant, self-re- 
specting girls of San Francisco and unprotected 
strangers. Object, to provide a home at moderate 
cost. 

Officers.— Dr. Mrs. Ballard, President ; Mrs. W. J. 
Sweasey, First Vice-President ; Mrs. M. F. Gray 
Second "Vice-President ; Madam E. Tojetti, Secretary ; 
Mrs. M. S. Haskell, Treasurer ; Mrs. L. E. McDowell, 
Superintendent. Office hours, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

SAN FRANCISCO HOMOEOPATHIC POLYCLINIC. 
— Established in 1890. Dr. D. Albert Hiller. Manager 
and Superintendent. Free to the poor. 220 Mont- 
gomery avenue. 

SAN FRANCISCO LETTER CARRIER'S MUTUAL 
AID ASSOCIATION.— Organized January 20, 1888. 
Incorporated February, 1890. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month, at Cosmopoliton Hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

Officers.— J. R. Riues, President ; Conrad Trieber, 
Corresponding Secretary ; I. C. Gross, Financial Sec- 
retarv ; James Bowe, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BlUSICAL FUND SOCIETY.— 
Incorporated January 20, 1864 ; reorganized December 
17, 1875. Meets quarterly, second Tuesday m January, 
April, July and October, at 1 o'clock p. m. over the 
Rendezvous Saloon, 16 O'Farrell street. Number of 
members, eighty. The object of this society is to 
assist sick and disabled members. 

Officers. — John Bauman, President ; Sam Davis and 
Ernst Lorenzen, "Vice-Presidents ; Charles Heinsen, 
Secretary ; Marcus M. Blum, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLYCLINIC— Post graduate 
medical department of the University of California, 
A free dispensary for the sick poor,. A school of 
medicine for the clinical instruction of graduates of 
colleges of regular medicine The institution is 
located at 315 Ellis street. 

George F. Shiels, M.D., President ; 0. Von Hoffmann 
M. D. and F. W. D'Evelyn. M. B., Vice-Presidents; 
L. Bazet, M. D., Treasurer; H. M. Sherman, M. D., 
Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE MUTU- 
AL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. —Incorporated March, 
1880. Meets at such time and place as may be desig- 
nated by the Board of Directors. The objects of this 
society are to secure to the families or dependents of 
its members such pecuniary benefits and aid in such 
sums and at such times as may be provided by its by- 
laws. 

Officers. — W. H. Yates, President ; E. Ransom, 
Treasurer; T. C. Friedlander, Secretary, office 24 
Merchants' Exchange. 

SAN FRANCISCO PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASY- 
LUM SOCIETY— Organized January 31, 1851, and in- 
corporated February 10, 1851. 

It originally occupied the building on the corner 
of Second and Folsom streets, owned by Gen. H. W. 
Halleok, whence they removed the children in March, 
1854, to the present building, south side of Haight 
street, between Laguna and Buchanan streets. This 
house, built of stone and brick, expressly for the 
purpose, is highly creditable to the institution, as 
one of the noblest monuments of San Francisco 
benevolence. The present number of children in 
the asylum is two hundred and twenty. 



Officers. — Mrs. William Alvord, President ; Mrs- 
C. V. Gillespie, Vice-President ; Mrs. C. O. Gerberd" 
ing Second "Vice-President ; Mrs. Henry Haight, Treas- 
urer ; Mrs. FredericK MacCrellish, Secretary; Miss 
Ella L. Adams, Assistant Secretary; John Nightin- 
gale, Physician. 

SAN FRANCISCO SOCIETY FOR THE PREVEN- 
TION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.— Incorporated 
April, 1868. Office, Donohoe Building, room 95, 1170 
Market street. Telephone 3357. Number of mem- 
bers three hundred and fifty. The objects of this 
society are to provide ways and means to secure 
the enforcement of " An Act for the more effectual 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals," approved March 
30, 18(i8, and to labor in the education of a public sen- 
timent of humanity and gentleness toward domestic 
and other animals. 

Officers. — Jacob Z.Davis, President; Ira P, Rankin, 
Vice-President ; James S. Hutchinson, Treasurer. 

SCANDINAVIAN SOCIETY.— Organized February 
28, 1859. Number of members, three hundred and 
seventy. Meets first Tuesday of every month at Hall, 
71 New Montgomery street; open every day and even- 
ing. The object of this society is to aid their 
sick and bury their dead; also to have a hall for 
monthly meetings and a library. 

Officers. — Albert Hansen, President ; Alfred John- 
son, Vice-President ; Rasmus B. Nielsen and K. A. 
Lundstrom; Secretaries ; N. L. Sykes, Treasurer. 

SERVIAN MONTENEGBIAN BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Organized May 2, 1880. Incorporated June 
13, 1882. Meets first and third Wednesday evenings 
of each month at 10 California street. The objects 
of this society are mutual assistance in case of sick- 
ness and to bury its dead.' 

Officers— Lazar Jovovich, President; Lazar Lepe- 
tich. Vice President; Ilia Matcovich, Treasurer; 
Vladimir Jovovich, Recording Secretary; Velko 
Pavlovlch, Financial Secretary. 

SLAVONIC ILLYRIO MUTUAL BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized November 17, 1857. Incor- 
porated April 1, 1873. Number of members, one hun- 
dred. Meets second and fourth Fridays of each 
month at 320 Post street. 

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL.— Organized 
1866 and re-organized 1885. The object of this society 
is to relieve distress wherever found. Though a le- 
gitimate offspring of the Catholic Church, and princi- 
pally supported by members of the same, yet its 
charities are extended to all worthy persons who are 
in distress. 

The Particular Council, the governing body of the 
society, meets on the first Thursday of each month, 
in the basement of the old St. Mary's Cathedral. P. 
J. Thomas, Secretary. 

Subordinate Conferences have been organized in St. 
Mary's, St. Francis, St. Joseph's, St. Patrick's, St. 
Rose's, St. Peter's, Mission Dolores, St. Paul's, St. 
Brendan's, St. Bridget's, St. Teresa's, Sacred Heart 
and St. Dominic's Parishes, which hold weekly meet- 
ings. All the Conferances hold General Meetings four 
times a year, at churches designated by the Particu- 
lar Council. 

SONS OF JACOB.— Organized January, 1878. Num- 
ber of members, ninety. Meets first Sunday of each 
month at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street, Ob- 
jects, benevolent. 

SPANISH MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— 
Organized 1877. Number of members about one hun- 
dred and fifteen. Meets on the last Sunday of each 
month, at 320 Post street. Office, 413 Sacramento 
street. 

Objects — Benevolence and mutual assistance. 

Officers.— Prudencio Bertin, President; Jose Ca- 
mano, Vice-President; Jose A. Garcia, Treasurer; 
Manuel Arjo, Recording Secretary; Simon Garibay, 
Financial Secretary. 

ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY (Scotch Benevolent So- 
ciety) .—Organized September 21, 1863. Incorporated 
August 4, 1865, for the purpose of aiding indigent 
Scotch people and their families; also, for finding 
employment for their unemployed countrymen. Num- 
ber of members four hundred. Meets every Monday 
evening at eight o'clock, in SoottishHall, 111 Larkin 
street. All Scotchmen and the sons of a Scotch parent 
are eligible as members by paying three dollars ini- 
tiation fee, and fifty cents monthly. 



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Officers.— .Tolin McLaren, President ; Wm. Yuill 
and Jauies Rlloy. Vice Presidents ; Y. C. Lawson, 
Treasurer; W. C. Cook, Kecordlng Secretary; A. 0. 
Ballingall, Financial Secretary. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (R. 0) .— 
Establisbfil 18U0. The objects of this society are to 
extend asisistHiui,' to each other in time of sickness, by 
corporeal iiid and spiritual consolation ; for jjrovid- 
ing their deceased brethren with a decent and Chris- 
tian interment in accordance with their Holy Faith; 
for the relief of the faniilicB they may leave after 
them; as also for stimulating each other to a more 
constant observance of the duties of religion, and 
the general promotion of moral and intellectual im- 
provement. Meetings held third Sunday of each 
month, in the basement of St. Mary's Cathedral. 
Number of members, four hundred and fifty. 

ST. PATRICK'S MUTUAL ALLIANCE ASSOCIA- 
TION OF CALIFORNIA.— Headquarters, San Fran- 
cisco. Objects — To unite in a mutual union, Irishmen 
and their descendants of all creeds and classes, to 
protect and extend charitj' to the widow and orphans, 
and to strengthen, foster, and promote fraternal feel- 
ings ol friendship and charity among its members. 

Alliance. — Organized March 20, 187.3. Number of 
members two hundred and forty. Meets first and 
third Mondays of each month, at the southeast 
corner of O'Farrell and Mason streets. 

ST. PAULUS GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organized July, 1870. Num- 
ber of members two hundred and twenty-five. Meets 
econd Monday of each month In the basement of St. 
Boniface Church. The objects of this Society are to 
afl'ord relief to distressed members, and the support 
of their widows and orphans. 

Officers. — P. H. Donks, President ; F. L. Guntz, 
Vice-President; Theo. Hartmann, Recording Secre- 
tary ; B. Windhaus, Financial Secretary ; John Leh- 
ritter. Treasurer. 

ST. PETER'S GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organized March, 1865. In- 
corporated January 7, 1867. Meets first Monday of 
each month in the basement of St. Boniface Church. 
The objects of this Society are mutual benefits to its 
niembers. 

Ofiicers.— George Buecker, President ; F. B. Schoen- 
steiu, Vice-President ; Charles Conrad, Recording 
Secretary ; Nicholas Straub, Financial Secretary ; 
Jacob Ahlbach, Treasurer. 

SUED DEUTSCHER VEREIN.— Organized October 
23, 1881. Meets at il3 Sutter street the first and third 
Thursday of every month. Object beneficiary. 

SWEDISH SOCIETY.— Organized September 20,1875. 
Number of members, two hundred and fifty. 
Meets every Friday evening, at 909}^ Market, in 
Pythian Castle. Objects— To take care of sick mem- 
bers, and bury the dead. 

Ofiicers.- Joseph Okerblad, President ; K. A. Lund- 
Btrom, Vice-President; Hjalmar Brunei, Secretary ; 
Gustaf Wallin, Corresponding Secretary; P. O. 
Peterson, Treasurer. 

SWISS MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Or- 
ganized 1859. Reorganized 1874. Number of mem- 
bers, seven hundred. Object— To afford its members 
mutual assistance in cases of sickness or for burial 
of deceased members. 

Officers.- Antoine Borel, President ; John H. Frit- 
schi, Vice-President; John Freuler, Treasurer; R. de 
Blonay, Secretary; J. P. Nannings, M. D., and T, 
A. Rottanzi, M. D., Physicians ; K. Maestretti, Col- 
lector. Office of Society, 536 Kearny, room 2 

SWISS RELIEF SOCIETY.— Organized 1874. Re- 
organized October, 1886. Objects— Aiding Swiss in 
need and deserving of assistance. A. Borel, (Swiss 
Consul 1 Honorary President ; H. Pichoir, President ; 
D. DeBernardi, Vice-President; A. Vignier, Treas- 
urer; R. de Blonay, Secretary. Office, 536 Kearny 
street. 

TEACHERS' MUTUAL AID SOCIETY OF SAN 
FUANCISCO.— Organized May, 1873. Meets on the 
fir.st and third Wednesdays of each month. Objects— 
The mutual assistance of teachers who are members 
of the San Francisco School Department, and more 
particularly to minister to the wants of the sick. I 



Mrs. L. K. Burke, President; Mrs. K. E. Brogan, 
Secretary. Address Moulder Primary School. Meet 
on first and third Wednesdays of each mouth at rooms 
of Sup» rintendeut of Schools, New City Hall. 

TEUTONIA SOCIETY.— Organized June 1, 1866. 
Number of members, two hundred and fifty. Meets 
at Teutonia Hall, 1322 Howard street, every Tuesday 
evening for business iiurposes, and Thursday eve- 
ning for social enjoyment. 

The objects of this society are to assist members 
who, by accident or sickness, are incapacitated from 
pursuing their calling, and for the purpose of defray- 
ing the funeral expenses of the members thereof. 

TIVOLI MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.— Organized May 
9, 1882. Meets the fourth Thursday of each month 
atTivoli Opera House. Number of members, forty- 
four. ObjectiAssistauce incases of sickness and death, 
and to defray the funeral exijenses of members. 

Officers. — Harry Niemann, President; George A. 
Harris, Secretary ; William Kreling, Treasurer. 

UNION PRINTERS' MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.— 
Organized May22, 1887. Objects— To give financial 
aid and assistance to its naembers who are unable to 
follow their occupation on account of sickness or ac- 
cident. Meets at Concordia Hall first Thursday in 
each month. 

Officers— J. R. Winders, President; E. T. Plank, 
First Vice-President; J. P. Skelton, Second Vice-Presl 
ident; A. J. P. Regaudiat, Recording Secretary; 7 Wet- 
more PI ; E. F. Conway, Financial Secretary ; W. B. 
Benoist, Treasurer; F. F. Reed, Marshal; E. H. Gary, 
Guardian. 

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS.— Graito 
Gkove of California.— Office Druids' Hall, 413 Sut- 
ter street. 

Grand Officers for the year ending June, 1893. — 
M. I. Sorenson, of No. 34, N. G. A., Modesto; F. Cav- 
agnaro, of No. 37, D. G. A., Sau Francisco ; John H. 
Knarston, of No. 15, G. S.. Sau Fri>.ncisc9; John Bayle, 
of No. 44, G. T., San Francisco ; George H. Buck, of 
No. 52, P. N. G. A., Redwood City ; John A. Wattson, 
of No. 1, G. M.. Portland, Or. ; A. M. Gubiotti, of 
No. 23, G. G., San Jose ; C. A. Petersen, of No. 15, G. 
S., San Francisco. Philip Rohrbacher of No. 9, E. 
L. Wagner of No. 10, George H. Buck of No. 52, S. R. 
S. G. U. S. ; Adam Smith of No. 17, J. C. Bernstein of 
No. 17, Geo. A. Abel of No. 16, Alternates ; E. Mugin- 
nis of No. 16, Jacob Nickels of No. 4, John F. Fugazi 
of No. 74, Trustees. 

The Grand Grove meets the third Tuesday in June 
of each year. 

The following named chapters and groves meet at 
the hall, 413 Sutter street : 

Hartnagel Supreme Arch Chapter No. 3 (Eng- 
lish) . — Meets the second Friday of each mouth. 

San Francisco Grove No. 3 (German). — Meets 
every Thursday evening. 

Eureka Grove No. 4 (German) . — Meets every 
Thursday evening. 

NoRiiA Grove No. 5 (English) . — Meets first and 
third Friday evening of each month. 

SiGEL Grove No. 7 (German) . — Meetsfirstand third 
Monday evening of each month. 

Perseverance Grove No. 10 (French). — Meets 
every Tuesday evening. 

Schiller Grove No. 11 (German) . — Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday evening of each month. 

Hesperian Grove No. 15 (English). — Meets every 
Tuesday evening. 

Elvin Grove No. 16 (English). — Meets second and 
fourth Monday evening of each month. 

Laurel Grove No. 17 (English) . — Meets every 
Friday evening. 

Templar Grove No. 19 (English) . — Meets first and 
third Monday evening of each month. 

Galileo Grove No. 37 (Italian) .—Meets every 
Tuesday evening. 

Vasco da Gama Grove No. 43 (Portuguese). — 
Meets second and fourth Sunday evening of each 
month. 

Celtic Grove No. 44 (French) . — Meets every Wed- 
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BoADiciA Drthdio Cibcle No. 3.— Meets every Sat- 
iirday evening. 

ExoELSiOR Gbove No. 65 (English) .— Meets every 
Wednesday evening. 

Q-ENEBAL Keliee COMMITTEE. — Moots second Sun- 
day of each month at 10 A. M. 

Deuids' Hall Society.— Ofia.ce Druids' Hall, 413 
Sutter street. H. Mohr, President ; P. Rohrbacher Vice- 
President; J. H. Knarston, Secretary; N. Dimmer, 
Treasurer. Annual meeting of shareholders, second 
Monday of February. The Board of Trustees meets 
on the third Wednesday of each month. 

Deuids' Libeaet.— Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. 

"VETERANS' HOME.— incorporated March 7, 1882. 
Office, 87 Flood Building, room 15. Location of 
Home, Yountville, Napa County, California. 

Objects— The founding of a home for the relief and 
support of worthy oflacers, soldiers, marines and sail- 
ors who honorably served in the army and navy of 
the United States during the war with Mexico or of 
the Rebellion, or in any other war for the preserva- 
tion of the Union, and who are in indigent circum- 
stances, and by reason of age, infirmity or wounds 
received in service, or incapable of self-support, and 
for that purpose to receive contributions and to take 
and hold real and personal property by grant, devise 
or bequest and to erect suitable buildings for the use 
and occupation of the beneficiaries of the Association. 

Officers.— W. C. Burnett, President ; W. H. H. Hart, 
Vice-President ; A. L. Rockwell, Secretary ; George 
H. A. Drinpfel, Commandant; P. J. Aikens, M. D., 
Medical Director. Headquarters, 87 Flood Building. 

WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' AID ASSOCIATION 
OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT OF SAN FRAN- 
CISCO.— Organized January 13, 1878. The member- 
ship embraces the entire force. The object of this 
association is to render pecuniary aid to the widows 
and orphans or family to the extent of one thousand 
dollars. 

Officers. — A. J. Houghtaling, President ; Thomas W. 
Bethell, Vice-President ; John B. Martin, Recording 
Secretary; John Duncan, Treasurer; J. T. Green, 
Financial Secretary. 

YOUNG MEN'S CATHOLIC UNION.— Formerly 
Young Men's Catholic Aid Association, organized 
May 31st, 1883, resolved into Catholic Union Decem- 
ber 1st, 1887. Pays its members benefits during sick- 
ness, and on death of member a death benefit to rela- 
tives. Headquarters Loyola Hall, corner Market and 
Tenth Streets, San Francisco. 

Officers.— C. J. Gallagher, Grand President ; Samuel 
Haskins, Grand Secretary ; James English, Grand 
Treasurer. 

There are eight subordinate assemblies that meet at 
stated periods during the month. 

WOMEN'S EDUCATIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
UNION.— Rooms 324 Sutter street. AH women wel- 
come. Information to strangers— lunch and reading 
room. Classes in cookery, hairdressing, millinery, 
dressmaking and all modern languages. Free em- 
ployment bureau for the members. Yearly member- 
ship fee $1 

YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE (R. C.).— Grand Coun- 
cil organized in San Francisco in 1883. Office, Flood 
Building. Object, mutual improvement and a fund 
for sick and funeral benefits. Officers of the Grand 
Council. — C. P. Rendon, President; Rev. J. A. Van 
Nevel, First Vice-President; D. J. O'Leary, Second 
Vice-President ; George A. Stanley, Secretary; John 
Lynch, Treasurer. 

The City Institutes meet as follows : 

No. 1.— Alcazar Building, first and third Wednes- 
days of each month 

No. 3.— Mission street, near Twentieth, first and 
third Tuesdays of each month. 

No. 4. — 32 O'Farrell street, second and fourth Tues- 
days of each month. 

No. 7. — Loyola Hall, second and fourth Wednes- 
days of each month. 

No. 32. — Myrtle Hall, South San Francisco, first 
and third Mondays of each month. 

No. 34.— Alcazar Building, second and fourth Fri- 
days of each month. 

No. 35.-32 O'Farrell street, first and third Thurs- 
days of each month. 



No. 54.— Loyola Hall, first and third Fridays of 
each month. 

No. 55.-114 O'Farrell street, second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

No. 59.— Longhead's Hall, 1601 Polk street, second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

No. 72.— Mangel's Hall, Twenty-fourth and Folsom 
streets, second and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

No. 74. — Potrero Opera House, first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

No. 77. — Loyola Hall, first and third Tuesdays of 
each month. 

No. 84. — Loyola Hall, second and fourth Thursdays 
of each month. 

No. 89.— Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission street, first 
and third Wednesdays of each month. 

No. 129. — Turn Verein Hall, Mission street near 
Seventeenth, first and third Mondays of each month. 

YOUTHS' DIRECTORY. — Office 2030 Howard 
street. This institution, established November 1, 
1874, under the patronage of Archbishop Alemany, 
comprises a Free Intelligence Bureau and a Tempo- 
rary Home for friendless boys in search of employ- 
ment. It is maintained by voluntary contributions 
from the public. Destitute lads, in quest of work, 
are admitted free to the benefits of its refectory, dor- 
mitory, lavatory, and reading-room, until places are 
procured for them in town or country, without^ 
charge to either employers or employees. No dis- 
crimination between applicants on account of religi- 
ous belief. A very large number of boys obtain 
profitable occupation on farms, in factories, stores, 
and shops every year through this source. Office 
open every week day from nine o'clock to eleven 
o'clockA. M. and from two o'clock to five o'clockP.M. 

Officers.— Rev. D. O. Crowley, President; Francis 
J.Kane, Secretary; Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, A. H. 
Loughborough, M. I. Sullivan, Joseph A. Donohoe 
and Rev. D. O. Crowley, Directors. 

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MASONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— As- 
sembles annually at the Masonic Temple, in the City 
of San Francisco, on the second Tuesday in October. 
Its officers for the year ending in October, 1893, are; 
M.'. W.'. Charles Ray Gritman, Grand Master, Napa. 
R.'. W.". Henry Sayre Orme, Deputy Grand Master, 

Los Angeles. 
R.'. W.-. James Bounty Stevens, Senior Grand War- 
den, Napa. 

Nathan W. Spaulding, Grand Treasurer 
Oakland. 

George Johnson. Grand Secretary, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Thomas Henry Gilbert, Grand Chaplain, 
Red Bluff.. 

Eugene M. Deuprey, Grand Orator, San 
Francisco. 

Ellas G. Hare, Grand Lecturer, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Charles W. Filkins, Grand Marshal, River- 
side. 

Robert Bright, Grand Bible Bearer, San 
Francisco. 

Bruce T. Cockrill, Grand Standard Bearer, 
Bloomfield. 

Samuel Prager, Grand Sword Bearer, Los 
Angeles. 

Henry A. Keller, Senior Grand Deacon, San 
Bernardino. 

James H. Humphries, Junior Grand Deacon, 
San Francisco. 

William H. Cox, Senior Grand Steward, Red 
Blufi". 

Richard C. Irvine, Junior Grand Steward, 
Sacramento. 

Orrin S. Henderson, Grand Pursuivant, 
Stockton. 

Samuel David Mayer, Grand Organist, San 
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This body was organized in the year 1850, and there 
are now in existem-e, under its jurisdiction, two hun- 
dred and fli'ty-thrce Subordinate Lodges, of which 
sixteen are in the City of San Francisco, as follows: 

Calu'ohnta Lou(;e No. 1.— Meets every Thursday 
evening in King Solomon'8 Hall, Masonic Temple. 

LaParfaite Union Lodoe No. 17.— Meets every 
other Friday eveiring in St. John's Hall, Masonic 
Temple. 

Occidental Lodge No. 22.— Meets every Monday 
evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 30.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Mount Moriah Lodge No. 44.— Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic 
Temple. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 120.— Meets every Thursday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Hehmann Lodge No. 127.— Meets every alternate 
Monday evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Pacific Lodge No. 136. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Crockett Lodge No. 139. — Meets every Friday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Oriental Lodge No. 144. — Meets every alternate 
Tuesday evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 166. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening in St. John's Hall. Masonic Temple. 

Mission Lodge No. 169. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at the corner of Sixteenth and Valencia 
streets. 

South San Francisco Lodge No. 212. — Meets every 
Thursday evening at Myrtle Hall, Kailroad avenue. 
South San Francisco. 

Doric Lodge No. 216. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Speranza Italiana Lodge No. 219. — Meets every 
other Friday evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic 
Temple. 

King Solomon's Lodge No. 260. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at southwest corner Geary and Steiner 
streets. 

THE GRAND CHAPTER OF ROYAL ARCH MA- 
SONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— Assem- 
bles annually at the Masonic Temple in the City of 
San Francisco, on the third Tuesday in April. Its 
officers for the term ending in April, 1894. are: 
M.-. E.-. Charles R. Gritman, Grand High Priest, 

Napa. 
R.-. E.-. Ellison L. Crawford, Deputy Grand High 

Priest, Georgetown. 
R.-. E.-. Adolphus Hewel, Grand King, Modesto. 
R.-. E.-. Thomas Flint, Sr., Grand Scribe, San Juan. 
R.-. E.-. Franklin H. Day, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco. 
R.-. E.-. Thomas H. Caswell, Grand Secretary, San 
Franci.sco. 
E.-. Alfred T. Perkins, Grand Chaplain, Alameda. 
E.-. Thomas H. Caswell, Grand Lecturer, San 

Francisco. 
E.-. W. Frank Pierce, Grand Captain of the 

Host, Oakland. 
E.-. Eli T. Blackner, Grand Royal Arch Captain, 
San Diego 
Comp. Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, 

San Francisco. 
Comp. James Oglesby, Grand Guard, San 
Francisco. 
This body was organized in the year 18.54, and there 
are now in existence, under its jurisdiction, sixty-six 
Subordinate Chapters, of which two are in the City of 
San Francisco, as follows: 

San Francisco Chapter No. 1. — Stated meetings 
first and third Mondays of each month in the Chapter 
HhU, Masonic Temple. 

California Chapter No. 5. — Stated meetings first 
and third Tuesdays of each month in the Chapter 
Hall, Masonic Temple. 

THE GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— As- 
sembles annually at the Masonic Temple in the City 
of San Francisco, on the third Monday in April. Its 
officers for the term ending April, 1894, are: 



M.'. I.-. David P. Marshall, Grand Master, San Fran- 
cisco. 
H.'. I.*. George Penlington, Deputy Grand Master, 

San Francisco. 
R.-. I.-. Charles E. Gillett, Grand Principal Conductor 

of the Work, Oakland. 
R.-. I.-. Franklin H. Day, Grand Treasurer, San 

Francisco. 
R.'. I.-. Thomas H. Caswell, Grand Recorder, San 

Francisco. 
R.-. I.-. Thomas Kyle. Grand Chaplain, San Fran- 
cisco. 
R.". I.". William H. Davis, Grand Captain of the 

Guards, Sacramento. 
R.-. I.-. Henry Ascroft. Grand Conductor of the 

Council, San Francisco. 
R.-. I.-. Charles L. Field, Grand Lecturer, San Fran- 
cisco. 
R.'. I.-. Robert Ash, Grand Steward, San Francisco. 
III.'. Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, San Fran- 
cisco. 
111.-. James Oglesby, Grand Sentinel, San Fran- 
cisco. 
This body was organized in the year 1860, and there 
are now in existence under its jurisdiction ten sub- 
ordinates, of which one is held in the City of San 
Francisco, viz : 

California Council No. 2.— Meets on the first 
Wednesday of each month in the Chapter Hall, Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

THE GRAND COMMANDERY OF KNIGHTS TEMP- 
LAR OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— Assembles 
annually at the Masonic Temple, in the City of San 
Francisco, on the Thursday following the third Tues- 
day in April. Its ofiacers for the term ending April, 
1894, are : 

R.'. E.-. Sir William Vanderhorst, Grand Commander, 

Salinas. 
V.-. E.-. Sir Frank W. Sumner, Deputy Grand Com- 
mander, San Francisco. 
E.'. Sir Edward S. Lippitt, Grand Generalissimo, 

Petaluma. 
E.'. Sir Trowbridge H. Ward, Grand Captain Gen- 
eral, Los Angeles. 
E.\ Sir Hezekiah L. Hosmer, Grand Prelate, San 

Francisco. 
E.-. Sir William B. Miller, Grand Senior Warden, 

Sacramento. 
E.'. Sir George D.Metcalf, Grand Junior Warden, 

Oakland. 
E.-. Sir John F. Merrill, Grand Treasurer, San 

Francisco. 
E.-. Sir Thomas H. Caswell, Grand Recorder, San 

Francisco. 
E.-. Sir Robert M. Powers, Grand Standard Bearer, 

Ssn Diego. 
E.-. Sir Robert H. Blossom, Grand Sword Bearer, 

Red Bluff. 
E.'. Sir R. Beverly Cole, Grand Warden, San 
Francisco. 
Sir Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, San 

Francisco. 
James Oglesby, Grand Captain of the Guards, 
San Francisco. 
This body was organized in the year 1858, and there 
are now in existence under its jurisdiction thirty- 
three commanderies, of which two are in the city 
of San Francisco, viz.: 

California Commandery No. 1. — Meets every Fri- 
day evening in Commandery Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Commandery No. 16. — Meets every 
Monday evening at their Asylum in Golden Gate 
Block. 131 Post street. 

GRAND CONSISTORY OF THE ANCIENT AND 
ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE.— Meets at the Masonic 
Temple, in the City of San Francisco, on the second 
Wednesday in January. Its oflicers for the term end- 
ing January, 1894, are: 

Y.'. I.'. James B. Merritt, Venerable Grand Master, 
Oakland. 
I.- . Charles L. Patton, Grand Prior, San Fran- 
cisco. 
I.-. Henry A. Cline, Grand Preceptor, San Fran- 
cisco. 
I.-. Harry J. Lask, Grand Constable, San Fran- 
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I.'. Thomas J. Knipe, Grand 
Francisco. 

I.-. William H. Daniell, 
Francisco. 

I.'. Edwin Allen Sherman.Grand Minister of State, 
Oakland 

I.-. Charles E. Gillett, Grand Almoner, Oakland. 

I.-. George J. Hobe, Grand Registrar, San Fran- 
cisco. 

I.' . Lipman Sachs, Grand Keeper of Seals and 
Archives, San Francisco. 

I.-. Samuel W. Levy, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco. 

I.'. Eugene Cormany, Grand Primate, Oakland. 

I.'. CharlebL.Pierce,Grand Master of Ceremonies, 
Oakland. 

I.'. Wm. P. Brooks, Grand Expert, San Francisco. 

I.'. Eugene Cormeny, Grand Assistant Expert, 
Oakland. 

I.' . George Patterson, Grand Beausenifer, Oakland. 

I.-. Charles A. Wagner, Bearer of the Vexillum 
Belli, San Francisco. 

I.-. George E. Kennedy, Grand Master of the 
Guards, Livermore. 

I.-. Leroy D. Fletcher, Grand Chamberlain, Oak- 
land. 

!.• . Peter C. Miller, Grand Steward, San Francisco. 

I.-. Edward H. Morgan, Grand Aid-de-Camp, Oak- 
land. 

I.'. Treat P. Clark, Grand Sentinel, San Fran- 
cisco. 
Godfrey Db St. Omae Council Knights Kadosh 
No. 1. — Meets at the call of the Commander at Ma- 
Bonio Temple. 

Terba Buena Chapter op Eose Croix No. 4. — 
Meets at the call of the Wise Master at Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Yehba Buena Lodge op Perfection No. 6. — Meets 
every Friday evening at Masonic Tem.ple. 

MASONIC VETERAN ASSOCIATION OF THE 
PACIFIC COAST.— Temporarily organized December 
27, 1878 Permanently organized January 8, 1879. 
Jurisdiction : California, Oregon, Nevada, Washing- 
ton, Alaska, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, 
Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Mexico, Central America, 
British Columbia, Hawaiian Islands. 

Offices of the President and Secretary, rooms 5 and 
6 Evening Post Building, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny streets, San Francisco, Cal. Residence of 
Secretary, 568 Eighteenth street, Oakland, Cal. 

Objects — A closer union of the pioneer Masons of 
the Pacific Coast and the Rocky Mountains, and the 
preservation of their biographies and Masonic his- 
tory of events and episodes not found recorded in 
the regular proceedings or reports, and the celebra- 
tion of the anniversaries of the organization of the 
Grand Lodges within its jurisdiction. 

Bi-monthly meetings held at Masonic Temple, or as 
may be called elsewhere. Annual meetings for the 
election of officers, the Thursday after the second 
Tuesday of October in each year. 

Officers for 1892-93.— Thomas G. Lambert, President, 
Monterey, Cal. ; George C. Perkins, San Francisco, 
Cal. ; Joseph Kellogg, Portland, Or.; Ales. D. Rock, 
Eureka, Nev. ; I-ouls Zeigler, Spokane Falls, Washing- 
ton ; Harry R. Comly, Helena, Montana ; Lawrence 
N. Greeuleaf, Denver, Col. ; James Lowe, Salt Lake 
City, Dtah ; Alex. G. Oliver, Fort Whipple, Arizona; 
Alex. H. Morehead. Silver City, New Mexico ; Frank 
M. Foote, Evanston, Wyoming; Jonas W. Brown, 
Boise City, Idaho ; Porfirio Diaz, City of Mexico, 
Mexico; GiuUermo Nanne, City of Guatemala, 
Central America ; H. R. Hesterman, Victoria, B.C.; 
Theo. C. Porter, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Vice- 
Presidents ; Edwin A. Sherman, National President 
and Secretary, Oakland, Cal. ; Wm. S. Phelps, Treas- 
urer, San Francisco, Cal. ; Charles H. Haile, Mar- 
shal, Alameda, Cal.; Rev. Joseph H. Wythe, Chaplain, 
Oakland, Cal.; Treat P. Clark, Tiler, San Francisco, 
Cal.; John T. Apperson, Standard Bearer, Oregon 
City, Oregon. 

MASONIC BOARD OF RELIEF.— The Board of Re- 
lief of San Francisco is composed of the Masters or 
Representatives of the sixteen Lodges holding con- 
current jurisdiction in San Francisco. Said Lodges 
contribute to, but draw nothing from the funds of the 
Board— sojourning Master Masons, their widows and 



orphans, being alone recipients of its charities. 
Money refunded is again given to the needy of our 
order. Organized m 1856. Bro. William Filmer Chair- 
man; Bro. Herman F. MuUer, Treasurer ; Bro. E. C. 
Hare, Secretary. 

MASONIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
January 26, 1863. Office, room 42, Masonic Temple. 

Officers. — Joseph Clement, President ; Henry L. 
Davis, Vice-President; George J. Hobe, Secretary; 
Franklin H. Day, Treasurer; William S. Moses, Su- 
perintendent. 

MASONIC HALL ASSOCIATION. —Incorporated 
1859.' Office, Masonic Temple, second floor. Associ- 
ated for the purpose of erecting and furnishing the 
Masonic Temple, at the northwest corner of Mont- 
gomery and Post streets. Officers. — Edmund V. 
Hathaway, President ; George Johnson, Secretary. 

THE GRAND CHAPTER OF THE ORDER OP THE 
EASTERN STAR.— Meets in the City of San Fran- 
cisco (unless otherwise ordered) , on the Monday fol- 
lowing the second Tuesday in October of each year. 

The Grand Chapter was organized on the seventh 
of April, 1873. 

The first Subordinate Chapter was organized on the 
ninth of May, 1869. There are now ninety-one Subor- 
dinate Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand 
Chapter. Headquarters in San Francisco, 68 Flood 
Building. 

The following three chapters are in San Francisco : 

Golden Gate Chapter No. 1. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

California Chapter No. i. — Meets every Friday 
evening at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Ivy Chapter No. 27. — Meets first and third Tues- 
day evening of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

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GRAND OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF 
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I. O. O. F.— J. F. 
Thompson, Grand Master, Eureka; J. H. Simpson. 
Deputy Grand Master, San Francisco ; W. B. Lyon of 
No. 7, Grand Secretary, San Francisco ; C. T. Pidwell 
of No. 17, Assistant Grand Secretary, San Francisco; 
George W. Lemont of No. 131. Grand Treasurer, San 
Francisco ; Luman Wadham of No. 17, Grand 
Trustee, San Francisco ; E. F. White of No. 87, Grand 
Trustee, San Francisco ; H. D. Richardson of No. 43, 
Grand Trustee, Vallejo ; A. F. Hitchcock of No. 7b, 
Grand Chaplain, Suisun ; H. B. Nielsen of No. 8, Grand 
Marshal, Sacramento ; E.E. Overholtzer, Grand Con- 
ductor. Los Angeles; F. E. Buck, Grand Guardian, 
Mayfield ; S. S. Gordon of No. 15, Grand Herald, San 
Francisco. 

grand officers of the grand encampment. 

C. W. Savage, Grand Patriarch, Santa Rosa ; L. W. 
S. Downs, Grand High Priest, San Francisco ; 
G. F. Roesch, Grand Senior Warden, Stockton ; W. 
B. Lyon, Grand Scribe, San Francisco ; George W. 
Lemont, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco ; G. W. 
Reid, Grand Junior Warden, Santa Cruz ; Jae. Leonard, 
Grand Representative, Merced, A. P. Morse, Grand 
Representative, San Bernardino ; Jos. Foster, Grand 
Sentinel, San Diego ; E. Dunker, Deputy Grand 
Sentinel, San Francisco; T. K. Carr, Grand Marshal, 
Eureka. 

All the Subordinate Lodges and Encampments of 
the I. O. O. F., located in this city, excepting those 
marlted with a star, meet at their Hall, corner of 
Market and Seventh streets, on the following even- 
ings, viz: 

Golden Gate Encampment No. 1. — Meets second 
and fourth Fridays of each month. 

Waxhalla Encampment No. 7. — Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month. 

WiLDEY Encampment No. 23. — Meets second and 
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Unity Encampment No. 26. — Meets second and 
fourtli TufBdnys of each month. 

Orirntal Encampment No. 57. — Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each mouth. 

Good W:ll Encampment No. 83. — Meets first and 
third Mondays of each month. 

Canton San rii.\Nci8Co No. 5.— Meets first Wednes- 
day of each mouth. 

Calu^oknia Lodge No. 1. — Meets Monday. 

San Fkancisco Lodge No. 3. — Meets Friday. 

Habmont Lodge No. 13.— Meets Tuesday. 

Yerba Buena Lodge No. 15.— Meets Thursday. 

Templar Lodge No. 17.— Meets Wednesday.' 

Magnolia Lodge No. 29.— Meets Tuesday. 

Bay City Lodge No. 71. — Meets Tuesday. 

Abou Ben Adhem Lodge No. 112.— Meets Thursday. 

Germania Lodge No. 116.— Meetp A'ednesday. 

Concordia Lodge No. 122. — Meets Monday. 

Apollo Lodge No. 123.— Meets Friday. 

Parker Lodge No. 124.— Meets Tuesday. 

*Unity Lodge No. 131.— Meets Tuesday, corner of 
Valencia and Sixteenth streets. 

Hermann Lodge No. 145.— Meets Wednesday. 

Pacific Lodge No. 155.— Meets Thursday. 

Ophir Lodge No. 171.— Meets Friday. 

*OccrDENTAL LoDGE No. 179.— Mcets Thursday at 
A. O. F. Hall, 102 O'Farrell street. 

Cosmopolitan Lodge No. 194.— Meets Wednesday. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 204.— Meets Tuesday. 

AiTA Lodge No. 205.— Meets Monday. 

Feanco-Ameeican Lodge No. 207.— Meets Thurs- 
day, 

Fidelity Lodge No. 222.— Meets Monday. 
Morse Lodge No. 257.— Meets Wednesday. 
♦Myrtle Lodge No. 275.— Meets Wednesday in 
Masonic Hall, South San Francisco. 

Western Addition Lodge No. 285.— Meets Thurs- 
day. 

•Excelsior Lodge No. 310.— Meets Monday in Ex- 
celsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

Golden West Lodge No. 322.— Meets Thursday. 

*Peesidio Lodge No. '334. — Meets Thursday 
at hall on Octavia street, near Union. 

Saegent Lodge No. 368.— Meets Friday. 

Excelsior Degree Lodge No. 2.— Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month. 

Teutonia Degree Lodge No. 4.— Meets fourth Fri- 
day of each month. 

California Rebekah Lodge No. 1.— Meets Satur- 
day. 

Templar Kebekah Lodge No. 19.— Meets Saturday. 

Oriental Kebekah Lodge No. 90.— Meets Wednes- 
day. 

Walhalla Rebekah Lodge No. 130.— Meets Satur- 
day. 

Amity Rebekah Lodge No. 160.— Meets Saturday. 

General Relief Committee (Composed of two 
delegates from each of the Subordinate Lodges of San 
Francisco) G. W. Hokom, President ■ H E Bulll- 
vaut. Secretary. Meets every Sunday at 10 o'clock 
a. m. 

ODD FELLOWS' LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB— 
Meets second and fourth Saturday evenings of each 
month in Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Officers.— J. H. Simpson, President; Andrew J. 
Duucan, Secretary. 



OfiBcers.— A. W. Scott, President; Marion Leven- 
tritt, Vice-President; Bank of California, Treasurer- 
0. T. Pidwell, Secretary. 

VETERAN ODD FELLOWS' ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized April 17, 1877. Objects— The preservation 
of the history and traditions of Odd Fellowship. 

Officers. — James Llnforth, Presidejit; Wm. H. 
Barnes, Secretary. 

ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized December 30, 1854. Rooms, corner of Market 
and Seventh streets. 

The library contains over forty thousand vol- 
umes in the various departments of literature, in- 
cluding one of the most extensive collections of works 
on the early history of the Pacific Coast. It also con- 
tains a very complete and valuable cabinet of min- 
erals. Andrew J. Cleary, Librarian. 



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Temperance. 

FATHER MATHEW TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND 
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY No. 1.— Organized May, 
1869. Number of members, three hunared. Meets 
every second and fourth Wednesday evening of each 
month at 121 Eddy street. 

HOME FOR THE CARE OF INEBRIATES.— Or- 
ganized May 24, 1859. The property now occupied 
by the institution, northeast corner of Stockton and 
Chestnut streets, was purchased in 1862, at an expense 
of :?7,500, and enlarged in 1877, at a further expense of 
$7,000, and again improved in 1885 at an outlay of 
$5,000. It is now a very comfortable house. Samuel 
O. L. Potter, M.D., M.R.C.P., London, Superintendent 
and Resident Phvsician. 



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ODD FELLOWS' CEMETERY 
—Incorporated September 26, 1865 
Building. 

Officers.- George T. Bohen, President; George Pen- 
hngton. Secretary. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL ASSOCIATION OF 
?^?.„^^^'^^^^^^°--Oj"g'i"ized 1880. Capital stock, 
$1,000,000. Office, corner of Market and Seventh 
streets. Odd Fellows' Hall, room 1. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS.— 
Grand Lodge of California organized May 29, 1860. 
Jurisdiction embraces the State of California. 

Number of working Lodges, two hundred. Total 
membership, about thirteen thousand. 

This Order sustains the Good Templars' Home for 
Orphans, located at Vallejo, California. The build- 
ings, which are capacious, elegant and comfortable, 
were erected in 1869. It is under the control of the 
Grand Lodge of the Order, but its title is not meant 
to convey any idea of exclusiveness as to the class 
admitted to its sheltering offices. To be a homeless 
orphan is the only passport required at its portals. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of California.- Geo. 
D. Kellogg, P. G. 0. T.; B. H. Hoag, Fresno, 
Q. C. T. ; George B. Katzenstein, Sacramento, G. 
Counselor ; Mrs. J. M. Walling, Nevada City, G. V. 
T. ; W. P. Netherton, Santa Cruz, Grand Secretary; 
Dr. Isaac S. Halsey, Vallejo, G. Treasurer; Miss Fan- 
nie Dougherty, San Francisco, G. A. S.; J. D. Bach- 
eller, Stockton, G. Messenger; A. F. Bater, Gait, 
G. Marshal ; Mrs. Mary L. Nourse, Redding, G. D. 
M. ; Rev. George N. Bbllentine, Oakland. G. Chap- 
lain ; Mrs. Belle Osboru, Turlock, G. Guard; P. 
Borgstrom, San Francisco, G. Sentinel ; Mrs. M. E. 
RichardBon, No. 577 Jones street, Oakland, G. 8. J. W. 

San Francisco District Lodge I. O. G. T.— Com- 
posed of delegates from the several subordinate 
lodges throughout the City and County of Sau Fran- 
cisco. Holds quarterly sessions in August, Novem- 
ber, February and May of each year. The officers 
for the present year are: 

R. Thompson, Past District Templar; S. A. 
White, District Templar; T. R. Angiove, District 
Counselor; Mrs. C. E. Parker, District Vice Templar; 
Charles H. Tenney, District Secretary; A. H. Dahl, 
District Treasurer; Mrs. Kerrigan, District Chaplain ; 
Alvin Shuetta, District MarsLal ; H. F. Harrington, 
District Guard ; Geo. B. Clark, District Sentinel. 

The following named subordinate lodges meet in 
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Evening Stab Lodge No. 114. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening, at Central Hall, cor Market and Sixth 
streets. 

International Lodge No. 29l. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, at Mozart Hall, 1358 Market street. 

Valley Lodge No. 293. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission street. 

Speing Valley Lodge No. 314. — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at Steimke's Hall, Octavia street near 
iJnion. 

Manheim (Swedish) Lodge No. 363.— Meets every 
Saturday evening in Pythian Castle, 9093^ Market 
street. 

KiCHAEDSON Lodge No. 259.~Meets every Friday 
evening at Stanford Hall, corner Valencia and Twenty- 
eighth streets. 

GOOD TEMPLAKS BAND OF HOPE.— Winohes- 
TEB Band No. 14. — Meets Saturday evening, once a 
month, at Protestant Orphan Asylum. 

R. H. McDonald Band No. 236.— Meets every 
Sunday at 3. p. m.. at Epworth M. E. Church, 
Twenty-sixth Street. 

Headlight Band No. 222. — Meets every Sunday at 
3:30 p. M. at Central M. E. Church. 

Westeen Stab Band No. 135. — Meets every Sun- 
day at 3:30 p. M., at vestry First Presbyterian Church. 

Phoenix Band No. 101.— Meets at First M. E. 
Church, Powell street between Washington and Jack- 
son, second and fourth Fridays 

Stab of Hope Band No. 279. — Meets at Kentucky 
Street M. E. Church, Potrero, Sunday afternoons at 3 
o'clock. 

Hayes Valley Band No. 65. — Meets every Sun- 
day at 3 p. m. at Mozart Hall, 1358 Market street. 

Little Sunbeams Band No. 162. — Meets first Thurs- 
day afternoon in each month at Ladies' Protection 
and Belief Society's Home, corner Franklin and Geary. 

Golden Gate Band No. 175. — Meets every Sunday 
at 4 p. M. in the vestry of the Van Ness M. E. Church, 
corner Van Ness and Austin Avenues. 

Centeal Stab Band No. 232. — Meets every Sunday 
at 3 P. M. in the vestry of Trinity Church, Post street. 

SAILOR'S WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE 
UNION. — Holds gospel temperance meeting last 
Tuesday of each month at northeast corner Sacra- 
mento and Drumm. 

SAN FRANCISCO MARINE TEMPERANCE SO- 
CIETY. — Organized March 22, 1866. Meets on the 
second Tuesday evening of each month, at the Mar- 
iners' Church, northeast corner of Sacramento and 
Drumm streets. Number of members, over four 
thousand to which additions are made continually. 
Officers.— Rev. Joseph Rowell, President; Rev. W. 
D. Bishop, Secretary. 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE.— Office of the Grand 
Scribe, Miss Jessie C. Duncan, 1136 Mission street. 

Officers of the Grand Division.— Jos. Humphreys, 
G. W. P., 1162 Union street, Oakland ; Mrs. A. M. Gal- 
lagher, G. W. A., San Francisco; Miss Jessie C. Dun- 
can, G. Scribe, San Francisco ; Mrs. M. Irving, G. 
Treasurer, San Francisco ; George Bromall, G. Chap- 
lain, Haywards ; H. S. Ruhlman, G. Conductor, 
Guerneville ; C. N. Brown, Grand Sentinel, San Fran- 
cisco. 

The next annual session will be held in Oakland, 
on the last Tuesday, April 25th. 1893. 

The following named Subordinate Divisions meet 
in San Francisco : 

New Eea Division No. 2. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at 909 Jg Market street. 

SiLVEB Stab Division No. 332. — Meets every Fri- 
day evening at 1309 Pacific street 

Monaech Division.— Meets every Thursday even- 
ing corner of Valencia and Sixteenth streets. 

Anohob Division. — Meets every Tuesday evening 
at 1004 Market street. 

Centennial Division. — Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 997 Market street. 



Company A. Loyal Ceusadees. — Meets every Sun- 
day afternoon at Grand Central Hall, corner Sixth 
and Market streets. (This is a juvenile branch of 
the Order) . 

ST. MARY'S C. T. A. AND B. ASSOCIATION.— 
Meets second and fourth Sundays of each month in 
basement of St. Mary's Cathedral. 

ST. PATRICK'S 0. T. A. AND B. SOCIETY.— Meets 
second and fourth Sundays of each month in basement 
of St. Patrick's Church at three o'clock P. M. 

WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION.— 
California Branch. Headquarters, 132 McAllister 
street. Officers.- Mrs. B. Sturtevant-Peet, President; 
Mrs. D. J. Spencer, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. 
Eoaily Hoppin, Treasurer. 

The Woman's National Christian Temperance 
Union is the largest society ever composed ex- 
clusively of women, and conducted entirely by them. 
There are 250 Unions in this State, with an aggregate 
membership of about 7,000. The National W. C. T. 
U. has 10,000 auxiliaries with a membership of 200,000. 

Headauarters in San Francisco, open daily from 11 
o'clock A. M. to 5 o'clock P. M. 

County Union. — 132 McAllister street. Mrs. Rose 
M. French, President ; Miss S. M. N. Cummings, Cor- 
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Protective. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS AND 
MACHINISTS.— Meets every alternate Saturday in 
Drews' Hall. 

BARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized Jan- 
uary 13, 1878. Number of members, one hundred 
and thirty. Meets first and third Thursdays of each 
month at 320 Post street. Objects — Protective and 
benevolent. F. Contente, Recording Secretary. 

BOARD OF TRADE OP SAN FRANCISCO.— Or- 
ganized April, 1877. Number of members, 220. 
Office, Union Block, 202 Market street, upper floor. 
Objects— To protect the interests of its members, 
prevent settlements without full investigation, resist 
inequitable and fraudulent settlements, and bring 
about joint action in the collection of debts (other 
than in the ordinary course of business) . 

Officers. — A. A. Watkins, President; Jules Cerf, First 
Vice-President; 8. Nickelsburg, Second Vice-President; 
E. W. Newhall, Treasurer ; Joseph Kirk, Attorney ; H. 
L. Smith, Secretary. 

BOOKBINDERS' PROTECTIVE AND BENEFI- 
CIAL ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organ- 
ized August 15, 1875. Meets second Tuesday of each 
month, at 539 California street. 

Officers. — Henry Marsden, President ; James B. 
Wiseman, Vice-President; William B. Curtis, Sec- 
retary ; Thos. B. Gould, Treasurer. 

BREWERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. — Or- 
ganized in 1874. Objects: Protection of mutual in- 
terests and promotion of harmony among brewers. 
Meets at 40 Flood Building, every Friday at two P. M. 

Officers.— W. A. Frederick, President; C. B. 
Stone, Vice-President ; R. Mohr, Secretary ; Geo. F. 
Volz, Treasurer. 

BOILERMAKERS' AND IRON SHIPBUILDERS' 
UNION.— Meets first and third Tuesdays of each 
month in Drews' Hall. 

BRICKHANDLERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. 
— Meets first and third Friday of each month in 
Drews' Hall. 

BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA— 
17 City Hall avenue. 

BUTCHERS' (RETAIL) PROTECTIVE ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized April 1st, 1886. Meets at B'nal 
B'rith Hall, every Wednesday evening. 



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Officers. — George Kaabe. President : F. Seidlen, 
Vice-President; J. L. McKee, Secretary ; Jos. Butt- 
genbacli. Treasurer; J. Bender. Sergeaut-at-Arms. 

CALIFORNIA STATE HOMCEOPATHIC MEDI- 
CAL SOCIETY.— Incorporated January, 1878. Annu- 
al meeting on second Wednesday of May, in the City 
of San Francisco. Object: The advancement of the 
science of medicine and surgery. 

Officers. — H. R. Arndt, M. D., President; J. T. 
Martin, M. D., First Vice-President; Alice Burrett, 
M. D., Second Vice-President; Geo. H. Martin. M.D., 
Secretary ; W. A. Dewey, M. D., Treasurer. 

CHABIBER OF COMMERCE.— Rooms, Merchants' 
Exchange, California Street. Organized April, 1850. 
Present membership 310. Regular meetings, third 
Tuesdays in January, April, July and October. Annual 
meeting, third Tuesday in January ; election of officers, 
second Tuesday in January. 

Officers.— E. B. Pond, President ; W. H. Dimond, 
First Vice-President; James F. Chapman, Second 
Vice-President ; Thos. J. Haynes, Secretary, Treasurer 
and Librarian. 

CIGARMAKERS' INTERNATIONAL UNION, No. 
228. — Organized in 1885. Number of members, 350. 
Meets first and third Tuesday of each month at Metro- 
politan Hall. Objects — To improve the condition of 
its members and larotect them against the encroach- 
ments of Chinese cheap labor. Officers.— T. F. 
Burris, President; G. W. Van Gulpen, Secretary; 
Geo. Furstenhofer, Treasurer. 

CIGARPACKERS' INTERNATIONAL UNION. — 
Meets every Tuesday at 539 California street. 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' ASSOCIATION OF 
CALIFORNIA.— Organized in 1878. Objects: Protec 
tive and Mutual. 

Officers — Oscar White, President ; Benjamin Schloss 
First Vice-President ; Slgfried Simon, Second Vice- 
President ; Donald Jioss, Third Vice-President; E. 
T. B. Mills, Secretary and Treasurer. 

COUNCIL OF FEDERATED TRADES OF THE 
PACIFIC COAST.— W. J. B. Mackay. President; 
James H. Roxburgh, Recording Secretary. Office, 368 
Jessie street. Meets every Friday evening at 1159 Mis- 
sion street. 

The following San Francisco Labor Unions are rep- 
resented in the Council: 

Bekb Deivibs' Uniok. — Meets at 1159 Mission 
street. 

Book Bindees' Union. — Meets at 539 California 
street. 

Boot and Shoemakees' White Laboe League. — 
Meets every Wednesday evening at 597 Mission street. 

Box Sawyebs' and Nailees' Union. — Meets every 
Monday evening at 597 Mission street. 

Beothebhood of Caepentees' and Joinees,' No. 
483— Meets every Monday evening at 121 Eddy street. 
No. 707 meets every Monday evening at 1153 Mission 
street. 

Cabbiaoe and Wagon Woodwoekees 
Tuesday evening at 927 Mission street. 

CiGAE Makees' Union, No. 228.— Meets first and 
third Tuesday of eveiy month at 368 Jessie street. 

Sailoes' Union. — Meets at the corner of Mission 
and East streets every Monday evening. 

CoEE Makees' Union, No. 1.— Meets first and third 
Monday of each month in Drews' Hall. 

Deeeick Men' Union. — Meets first and third 
Wednesdays'! f each month at 737 Mission street. 

Fbame Makers' and Gildees' Union. — Meets 
second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 737 
Mission street. 

Fueniture Woekees' Union, No. 15. — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 1153 Mission street. 

German American Typogbaphia, No. 21. — Meeta at 
639 California street. 

Haeness Makers' Union, No. 927.— Meets 
Wednesday at 927 Mission street. 

HoESE Collar Makers' Union.— Meets at 737 
Mission street. 

Iron and Steel Wobkebs' Union.— Meets at the 
Potrero Opera Bouse. 



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Iron Molders' Union, No. 164.— Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 121 Eddy street. 

Journeymen Bakers' Union, No. 51. — Meets at 
Federation Hall, 816 Howard street. 

Journeymen Babbees' League. — Meets at 46 
O'Farrell street. 

Joueneymen Coopees' Union. — Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at 597 Mission street. 

Joueneymen Horseshoers' Union. — Meeta every 
Monday evening at 927 Mission street. 

Lumbermen of Caequinez. — Meets at Crockett, 
Contra Costa Co. 

Mabine Cooks' and Stewaeds' Union. — Meets 
Thursday evening at corner East and Mission street. 

Musicians' Mutual Peotective Union, No. 10. — 
Meets 39 Fourth street. 

Pattern Makees' Union. — Meets at 121 New Mont- 
gomery street. 

Plasterers' Union.— Meets every Monday evening 
at 927 Mission street. 

Pressmen's Union. — Meets first and third Wednes- 
days of each month at 620 Bush street. 

Rattan Workers' Union. — Meets at 121 New Mont- 
gomery street. 

Retail Clerks' Eaelt Closing Association. — 
meets every Wednesday evening at 1358 Market street. 

Sausage Makers' Union. — Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at 927 Mission street. 

Stevedoees' Protective Union. — Meets first and 
third Mondays of each month at 737 Mission street. 

Stone Pavers' Union. — Meets at 818 Howard street. 

Tanners' and Curriers' Union. — Meets every 
Wednesday evening at cor of Twenty-fourth and 
Folsom streets. 

Typographical Union, No. 21. — Meets last Sunday 
of each month at 2 p. m. at Shiels Building, 32 
O'Farrell street. 

United Beeweby Workmen of the P. C. — Meets 
at 1153 Mission street. 

Upholsterers' Union. — Meets at Forresters' Hall, 
Eddy street. 

White Oooks' and Waiters' Peotective Union. — 
Meets every Tuesday evening at 410 Kearny street. 

Women Shoe Fitters' Union.— Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at Loyola 
Hall, corner Market and Tenth streets. 

Wood Caevees Union. — Meets at 1153 Mission street. 

DRAYMEN AND TEAMSTERS' UNION OF SAN 
FRANCISCO.— Organized August 26, 1876. Meets 
second and fourth Saturday evenings of each month 
atB'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

FRANKLIN SPAR AND BAU VEREIN.— Organized 
December 6, 1875. Office, 539 California street. 

Objects— To raise funds, and make loans among 
its members, thus enabling them to acquire and 
improve real estate. 

Officers. — F. Ludemann, President ; William Hatje, 
Secretary ; Otto Fauss, Treasurer. 

GARDENERS' AND RANCHERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized August 15, 1874. Number of members, 
seventy-nine. Meets last Saturday of each month, 
at 105 Pacific street. Domenco Gianni Secretary, 
residence, 6 Gilbert Place. 

GERMAN BUTCHERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Meets second and fourth Thursday in each 
month, at 316 Post street. 

GLASS BLOWERS UNION No. 3.— Meets the second 
and fourth Wednesday of each month at Academy 
Hall, 927 Mission street. 

INDEPENDENT 'LONGSHOREMEN'S PROTECT- 
IVE ASSOCIATION.— Meets at 121 New Montgomery 
street. 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHIN- 
ISTS.— San Francisco Lodge, No. 68. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell 
street. W. Ayling, Recording Secretary. 

IT.\LIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.— Orsanizea 
in 1886. Number of members seventy-five. Meets at 
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Ofllcers. — Giuseppe Calegaris, President ; Charles 
Dondero, Secretary ; P. C. Rossi, Treasurer. 

JEWELERS' MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.— Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Friday in each month at A. O. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street. 

Officers. — Gustave Pohlmann, President ; Wm. 
Donahue, Vice-President ; Henry Blundel, Recording 
Secretary; C. Rudolph, Financial Secretary; Ferdi- 
nand Heiduska, Treasurer. 

JOURNEYMAN BARBERS UNION.— Organized July 
3, 1890. Object — Protective. Meets every Tuesday 
evening, at 787 Mission street. 

Officers.— F. Hodges, President ; F. H. Stanle, Sec- 
retary 

JOURNEYMAN BUTCHERS' PROTECTIVE AND 
BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH SAN 
FRANCISCO.— Meets Tuesday evening at the South 
San Francisco Masonic Building. 

Officers. — William Feiber, President; Eugene Har- 
rington ; Recording Secretary. 

JOURNEYMEN SHIPWRIGHTS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized April 1, 1857. Re-organized April 23, 1863. 
Number of members, 330. Meet fourth Thursday of 
each month at 737 Mission street. 

Officers. — Robert Lawton, President; M. Campbell, 
Secretary; J. W. Denny, Treasurer. 

LUMBER SURVEYORS' ASSOCIATION.— Organ- 
ized February, 1884. Number of members, thirty- 
six. Meet first Monday in each month at their 
rooms, 9 Mission street. Object — Mutual protection 
and the concentration of its members for uniformity 
of action. 

Officers. — W. G. Whidden, Secretary. 

LONGSHORE LUMBERMEN'S PROTECTIVE AS- 
SOCIATION.— Meets first and third Friday of each 
month in Drews' Hall, 121 New Montgomery street. 
Objects — Protective and Benevolent. 

MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF CALIFOR- 
NIA. — Incorporated November 13, 1883. This Asso- 
ciation has no capital stock. 

Officers. — Geo. C. Hickox, Secretary. Office, room 
43 Merchants' Exchange. 

All persons or firms engaged in manufacturing in 
this State are eligible to become members of this As- 
sociation. 

The objects of the Manufacturers' Association are : 
To develop and protect the producing and manufac- 
turing interests of California ; to circulate informa- 
tion of new districts or distant points open to our 
manufacturers ; to prevent oppressive lej^islation and 
unfair taxation ; to provide a place of meeting for 
interchange of ideas and promotion of good feeling 
among members ; for the maintenance of a reading 
room, and bureau of statistics relating to manufac- 
turing and other interests ; to aid California manufac- 
turers and all other industries, by causing interest in 
and preference for their productions and wares. The 
entrance fee is twenty dollars, and dues three dol- 
lars per quarter. 

MARINE ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION, No. 35.— 
Organized July 27, 1882. Object, mutual welfare. 
Meet in Alcazar Hall every Tuesday evening. 

Officers. — Richard E. Tomlin, President ; Charles 
S. True, Corresponding and Recording Secretary; 
W. D. Nelson, Financial Secretary and Librarian. 

MASTER PLUMBERS' ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
for the protection of the trade and to secure a higher 
standard of work. John L. E. Firmin, Correspond- 
ing Secretary, 1236 Valencia street ; J. B. Butterworth, 
Recording and Financial Secretary, 1809 Polk street. 
Meets on the second Monday of each month at NE 
corner O'Farrell and Stockton. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION.— Incor- 
porated June 1, 1868. Capital, $250,000. Office, Mer- 
chant's Exchange Building, California street, between 
Montgomery and Sansome. The object of this corpor- 
ation is the promotion of the interest of trade and 
commerce. 

Officers. — Juda Newman, President; P. E. Bowles, 
Vice-President; J. M. Shotwell, Manager; H. T. 
Emery, Secretary. 

MILLMEN'S PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.— Com- 
prising the planing mill proprietors of San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland, Alameda and East and West Berkeley. 
Meet every Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at 314 Mont- 
gomery street, room 13. 



PACIFIC STOCK EXCHANGE.— Meetings held 
daily, morning and afternoon, at 316 Montgomery 
street, between California and Pine streets. 

Officers. — Robert G. Horn, President; Stephen 
Otis, Vice-President; J. Frank Moroney, Secretary; J. 

B. Bourne, Chairman. 

PORTUGUESE PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
ASSOCIATION.— Incorporated August, 1868. Meets 
the second and last Thursdays of each month, at 8 
p. M., at 510 Bush street. 

RETAIL GROCERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— 
Organized April 1, 1871. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday of every month, at 121 Post street, rooms 
9-11. 

This is an association of retail grocers, organized 
for the purpose of protecting its members against bad 
debtors and all general abuses in the grocery trade. 

Officers. — L. K. Hagenkamp, President; P. J. Mc- 
Elroy, Vice-President ; John C. Stammer, Secretary ; 

C. Clausen, Treasurer. 

RETAIL GROCERS' COLLECTION BUREAU.— 
John C. Stammer, Manager, 121 Post street, rooms 
9-11. 

RIGGERS' AND STEVEDORES' UNION ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized July 25, 1853, for the regulation of 
wages and the protection of each other. Number of 
members two hundred. Meets every Monday evening 
at 808 Montgomery street. 

SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF PROVISION PACK- 
ERS.— Organized September 1, 1874. Meets at call of 
the President. Objects — Mutual benefit of the 
members, and to promote the interests of the trade 
generally. Frank Eossbach, Secretary. Office of 
Secretary, 517 Washington street. 

SAN FRANCISCO CLEARING HOUSE.— Office 211 
Sansome street. 

Officers. — John McKee, President; Howard Havens, 
Vice-President ; James S. Hutchinson, Secretary ; 
John McKee, Thomas Brown, J. F. Bigelow, R. C. 
Woolworth, Committee ; Charles Sleeper, Manager. 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY.— 
Organized February 4, 1868. Meetings held at 32 
O'Farrell street, on the second Tuesday of each month 
at 8 p. M. 

Officers.— Henry H. Hart, M. D., President ; Wm. 
Watt Kerr, M.D., First Vice-President ; H. E. Sander- 
son, M. D., Second Vice-President; C.C. Wadsworth, 
M.D., Recording Secretary; A. P. Woodward, M. D., 
Assistant Recording Secretary ; L. M. F.Wanzer, M.D., 
Corresponding Secretary ; W. S. Whitwell, M. D., 
Treasurer ; D. W. Montgomery. M. D., Librarian and 
Curator ; Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. D., Wm. F. MoNutt, 
M. D., and Jas. Simpson, M. D., Trustees. 

SAN FRANCISCO DENTAL ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized October 5, 1869. Number of members about 
fifty. Meets at Union Square Hall, 421 Post, the 
second Monday evening in each month. 

Officers. — L. A. Teague, President ; W. F. Sharpe, 
Corresponding Secretary, 500 Sutter ; H. P. Carlton, 
Recording Secretary and Librarian ; W. A. Knowles, 
Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRINTING PRESSMEN'S 
UNION.— Established in March, 1886. Number of 
members, 130. Meets at 620 Bush on the first and 
third Wednesdays of each month. 

Officers. — Frank O'Neil, president ; W. F. Barry, 
Vice-President ; J. H. Roxburgh, Recording Secre- 
tary ; P. Caler, Financial Secretary ; W. 8. Eveleth, 
Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE.— Orga- 
nized September 15, 1867. Number of members two 
hundred. Meets daily at half past ten o'clock A. M., 
in rooms in Merchants Exchange, 425 California 
street, between Montgomery and Sansome. Object — 
To promote the interest and convenience of dealers 
in domestic produce. 

Officers. — Juda Newman, President ; P. E. Bowles, 
Vice-President ; T. C. Friedlander, Secretary ; Jas. 
W. Sperry, Treasurer. Secretary's office, 24 Mer- 
chants' Exchange. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE CALL 
BOARD ASSOCIATION.— Organized August 3, 1882. 
Number of members, two hundred. Daily sessions, 
10 and 11:15 A. M. and 2 P. M. 



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Officers. — Juda Newman, President; P.E.Bowles, 
Vicc-PreKident ; T. J. Parsons, Treasurer ; T. C. 
Friedlaudor, Secretary. Secretary's office, 24 Mer- 
cbauts' Exchause. 

SAN FRANCISCO IlETAIL DEUGGISTS' ASSO- 
CIATION.— C. A. Bayly, President; James G. Steele, 
Secretary, 635 Market street. 

SAN FKANCISCO SHIP CALKERS' ASSOCIATION. 
— Organized October 23, 1878. Number of members 
one hundred and sixty-four. Meets third Tuesday 
of each month in Drews' Hall. T. F. Mangan, Sec- 
retary. 

Officers. — George E. Connolly, President; John 
Comyns, Vice-President ; Thomas F. Mangan, Secre- 
tary; Lawrence Comyns, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE 
BOARD.— Organized September 11, 1862. Meetings 
helddaily at9:30 A. M., and 2:30 P. M., at 331 Pine 
street. 

Officers. — A. F. Coffin. President; William Edwards, 
Vice-President; O. V. Walker, Chairman; Geo. T. 
Marye, Jr., Treasurer; Fred. W. Hadley, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, NO. 
21. — Organized 1872. Number of members, nine 
hundred and fifty. Meets on the last Sunday of every 
month, at 32 O'Farrell street. Booms 606 Montgom- 
ery street. 

Officers.— M. L. Farland, President ; W. B. Benoist, 
Secretary ; J. P. Olwell, Treasurer. 

SCAVENGERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized 
August 17, 1879. Meets every Saturday evening at 
1628 Powell street. Number of members about two 
hundred. 

SHIP AND STEAMBOAT JOINERS' PROTEC- 
TIVE ASSOCIATION. — Organized February, 1881. 
Meets third Wednesday of each month in Drews' Hall, 
121 New Montgomery street. 

SPORTSMAN'S CLUB OF CALIFORNIA. — Organ- 
ized February, 1876. Incorporated August, 1876. Num 
ber of members, sixty. Objects, preservation of fish 
and game, and retention of fishing preserves, etc. 
Office, 132 Market street, room 15. 

STEAMSHIP SAILORS' PROTECTIVE UNION OF 
THE PACIFIC COAST.— Organized April 21, 1886. 
Object, mutual protection. Number of members, 
seven hundred. Meets every Tuesday at 9 Mission 
street. 

STEVEDORE ENGINEERS' PROTECTIVE ASSO- 
CIATION.— Meets first and third Friday of every 
month at St. George's Hall. 

TAILORS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized Sep- 
tember 21, 1873. Meets second and fourth Mondavs 
of each month at Eintracht Hall. 316 Post street. 
Objects— The better protection of the trade and to 
promote the interests of its members. 

THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.— Officers- 
John Perry, Jr., President ; Aug. Helbing, Vice-Pres- 
ident ; R. G. Brown, Chairman ; Edward Barry, 
Secretary ; Daniel Meyer, Treasurer ; 22 Merchants' 
Exchange. 

TYPE FOUNDERS' UNION.— Meets on the second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month at 539 Califor- 
nia street. 



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Literary, Scientific, Etc. 

CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.— Organ- 
ized April 4, 1853. Number of members, two hun- 
dred and forty. Academy of Sciences Building, 819 
Market street. 

H. W. Harkness, President; H. H. Behr, First Vice- 
President; J. G. Cooper, Second Vice-President; T. S. 
Brandegee Corresponding Secretary; J. R. Scupham, 
Recording Secretary; L. H. Foot, Treasiirer- Carlos 
Troyer, Librarian ; J. Z. Davis, Director of Museum. 

Board of Trustees.— Charles F. Crocker, Chairman • 
D. E. Hayes, W. C. Burnett, George C. Perkins, E. J 
Molera, Adolph Sutro and John Taylor. 



Curators. — Walter E. Bryant and L. Belding, Mam- 
mals and Birds ; D.S. Jordan and C.H. Gilbert, Fishes ; 
Df. J. G. Cooper, Conchology ; Dr. H. H. Behr and 
Charles Fuchs, Entomology ; Katharine Braudegee and 
Alice Eastwood, Botany; Dr. E. S. Clark, Paleontology ; 
Charles A. Keeler, Comparative Osteology; Melville 
Atwood, Mineralogy. 

Committee on Publication. — Dr. Gustav Eisen, J. R. 
Scupham and Frank H. Vaslit. 

The regular stated meetings of the Academy are 
held on the first and third Monday evenings of each 
month. 

THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF THE PA- 
CIFIC— (Incorporated.) Rooms at 819 Market street, 
San Francisco. 

This society was founded February 7, 1889, as a re- 
sult of the cordial co-operation of amateur and pro- 
fessional astronomers in successfully observing the 
total solar eclipse of the preceding New Year' Day. 
It seeks to continue that association both as a scien- 
tific and as a social force. The new society is de- 
signed to be popular in the best sense of the term. 
Any person who takes a genuine interest in astron- 
omy is invited to join its membership, whether he 
has made special studies in this direction or not. It 
is believed that every such person will get, and will 
feel that he gets, a full return from the society 
through its meetings or through its publications. 
Quite a number of ladies are members of the Society. 
Three meetings a year (March, November, January) 
are held in San Francisco at the rooms of the society 
(California Academy of Sciences Building, 819 Mar- 
ket street) and three meetings (May, July, Septem- 
ber) are held at Mount Hamilton, where an opijortu- 
nity is afforded to the members to see and use the In- 
struments of the Lick Observatory. The society has 
a membership of more than four hundred. 

The Publications are printed in octavo form at ir- 
regular intervals ; two hundred or more pages a year 
may be expected. The Publications contain papers 
read before the society (either in full or in abstract) 
many plates, etc., the minutes of the meetings, and 
also notices from the Lick Observatory, which are 
brief and popular accounts of the current work of 
that establishment preisared by members of the ob- 
servatory staif. Such notices have previously been 
printed in various astronomical journals, but in 
future they can be found in full only in the Publica- 
tions. 

The Publications of the society are sent (in ex- 
change) to about one hundred observatories and 
academies of science. They can be obtained also by 
joining the society (dues, $5 for each calendar year, 
no initiation fee ; life membership, $50) . A diploma 
is issued to members. Correspondence should be 
addressed to either of the Secretaries as below. W. W. 
Campbell, Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton; F. E. 
Ziel, Secretary and Treasurer, 410 California street, 
San Francisco. 

CALIFORNIA ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY.— 
Meets at rooms of California State Board of Horti- 
culture, 220 Sutter street. Ed. M. Ehrborn, Presi- 
dent ; Alexander Craw, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. -Incorpo- 
rated as the Historical Society of the State of Cali- 
fornia, April 29, 1852. Reorganized in 1878. Reincor- 
porated March 5, 1886. Objects: To collect, preserve 
and diffuse information relating to history. Meetings 
on the second Tuesday evening of each month. 
Rooms, 819 Market street. 

Hon. James V. Ooflfey, President; A. S. Hubbard, 
Secretary and Librarian. 

CALIFORNIA PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY AND 
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.— The society was incor- 
porated December 10, 1871. The college was incorpo- 
rated August 7, 1872, and affiliated with the Univer- 
sity of California June 18, 1873. The society and 
college were consolidated January, 1878. Lectures 
given at the Hall of the College of Pharmacy, 113 
Fulton street, between Polk and Van Ness avenue, 
for a term of six months. 

The main object of the institution is to unite the 
apothecaries of this State in organized efforts to ele- 
vate the standing of those engaged in the profession. 
The society meets quarterly or of tener for the discus- 
sion of topics of scientific and practical interest to 
the pharmacist. 

Officers. — C. E. Worden, President; S. H. Melvin 



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First "Vice-President; J. H. Dawson, Second Vice" 
President; Ueo. J. Harvey, Corresponding and Ke- 
cording Secretary; Adolph Mack, Treasurer; F. A. 
Beckett Jolin Caivert, E. P. Gates, O. A. Selfert, E. 
E. Wtiite. 0. J. Schmelz, O. A. Weihe, Board of Trus- 
tees. 

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ARTS.- 
Incorporated in 1885. Objects: To educate California 
boys and girls in the practical arts of life. Has an 
■endowment of $540,000, left by James Lick, wbicli has 
not yet been paid over by the Lick Trustees. 

Ofacers.— Horace Davis, President; A. S. Hallidie, 
Vice-President; Jas. S. Bunnell, Secretary; Horace 
Davis, A. S. Hallidie, J. O. Earl, Horatio Stebbins, 
D. D., and John H. Boalt, Trustees. 

CALIFORNIA STATE DENTAL ASSOCIATION.— 
W. Z. King, President; L. Van Orden, Recording Sec- 
retary; T. W. laglehart, Corresponding Secretary, 
Charles E. Post, Treasurer. 

The next annual meeting will beheld June 13, 1893, 
at the Dental College, corner Taylor and Market 
streets. 

CALIFORNIA STATE HORTICULTURAL SO- 
CIETY.— Organized September. 1879. Number of 
members, one hundred. Objects— To promote the 
science and practice of horticulture in all its branches. 
Meets at 220 Sutter street at 12:30 a. m. on last Friday 
of each month. B. M. Lelong, President, San Fran- 
cisco ; E. J. Wickson, Berkeley, Secretary. OflSce, 220 
Sutter. 

CALIFORNIA STATE MINING BUREAU.— Organ- 
ized under an Act of the Legislature entitled " An Act 
to provide for the establishment and maintenance of 
a Miniag Bureau," approved April 16, 1880. The ob- 
jects of the Bureau, as set forth in the first section of 
the Act, are as follows : ' ' There shall be and is hereby 
established in this State, a Mining Bureau, the prin- 
cipal oface of which shall be maintained in the City 
of San Francisco, at which place there shall be col- 
lected by the State Mineralogist, and preserved for 
Btudy and reference, specimens of all the geological 
and mineralogical substances, including mineral 
waters, found in this State, especially those possess- 
ing economic or commercial valae, which specimens 
shall be marked, arranged, classified and described, 
and a record thereof preserved, showing the character 
thereof, and the place from whence obtained. The 
State Mineralogist shall also, as he has opportunity 
and means, collect, and in like manner preserve at 
said oflace, minerals, rocks, and fossils of other States, 
Territories and countries, and the collections so made 
shall at all reasonable hours be open to public inspec- 
tion, examination and study." The Bureau is now lo- 
cated in Pioneers' Building, west side Fourth street, 
between Market and Mission, where spacious rooms, 
filled with specimens, are open daily to visitors, free 
from 10 A. M. to 5 P. m. The museum will be 
found very interesting and instructive to tourists 
as well as our own citizens. 

J. Z. Davis, Geo. C. Perkins. W. S. Lyle, W. S. 
Keyes, Thos. B. Bishop and J. E. Doolittle, Trustees ; 
3. J. Crawford, State Mineralogist. 

CALIFORNIA STATE RETAIL DRUGGISTS' AS- 
SOCIATION. —For protection in trade interests. 
John Calvert (San Francisco) President ; C. F. Helnze- 
man (Los Angeles) First Vice-President ; W. C. Smith 
(Oakland) Second Vice-President; S. A. McDonnell, 
Treasurer ; James G. Steele, Secretary, 635 Market 
street. 

FIRE UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION OF THE 
PACIFIC. — Organized February, 1876. Meets at 303 
California street. Object: Mutual improvement in 
Insurance matters. 

Officers.- Stephen D. Ives, President; Rollo V. 
Watt, Vice-President; R. W. Osborn, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, THE.— Organized 1879. 
Xocation New City Hall, second floor. Branches : 
No. 1, corner Twenty-second and Valencia streets ; 
No. 2, Kentucky street near Butte, Potrero ; No. 3, 
1801 Stockton street ; No. 4, 809 Point Lobos Av. 

This institution was provided for in the Act passed 
"by the Legislature in April, 1880, authorizing the crea- 
tion arid maintenance of free libraries, and empower- 
ing the Supervisors to levy a tax of not exceeding one 
mill on the dollar for their support. The library 



was formally opened June 7, 1879, with about 
6,162 voliunes, (magazines and periodicals not in- 
cluded), together with a newspaper department. 
At this time there are nearly 75,0U0 volumes in the 
Library. Between 25,000 and 28,000 are circulated 
each month. Number of Home Cards issued, 12,000. 
The library is open on secular days from 9 a. m. to 9 
p. M. On Sundays from 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. 

Officers.— P. N. Lilenthal, President; Edward B. 
Early, Secretary ; J. V. Cheney, Librarian. 

THE GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PA- 
CIFIC— Organized March 16, 1881. Incorporated 
January 5, 1892. Office, Mercantile Library Bldg, 
room 35. Objects: To encourage Geographical explo- 
ration and discovery ; to investigate and disseminate 
Geographical information by discussion, lectures and 
publications ; to establish in this, the chief city of 
the Pacific States, for the benefit of commerce, 
navigation and the industrial and material inter- 
ests of the Pacific Slope, a place where the means 
will be afforded of obtaining accurate information, 
not only of the countries bordering on the Pacific 
Ocean, but of every part of the habitable globe ; to 
accumulate a library of the best books on Geography, 
History and Statistics ; to make a collection of the 
most recent Maps and Charts— especially those which 
relate to the Pacific Coast, the Islands of the Pacific, 
and the Pacific Ocean ; and to enter into correspon- 
dence with scientific and learned societies whose ob- 
jects include or sympathize with Geography. 

Officers.— George Davidson, President ; T. E. Sle- 
vin. Ralph C. Harrison and Irving M. Scott, Vice- 
Presidents : Harry Durbrow, Treasurer ; John Part- 
ridge, Secretary ; T. F. Trenor, A. M., Assistant Secre- 
tary ; E. J. Bowen, Louis L.Nelson, Prof. George Da- 
vidson, Thomas E. Slevin, LL. D., John Partridge, 
Harry Durbrow, Captain C. L. Taylor, Board of Di- 
rectors. 

Meets each month in the Society rooms. Mercantile 
Library Building, Van Ness Av. 

HASTINGS' LITERARY AND DEBATING SO- 
CIETY. — Organized March 4, 1892. Number of mem- 
bers, forty-seven. Meets in Court room. Depart- 
ment 7. Superior Court, every Thursday evening from 
September to July. Alfred L Worley , President; Will- 
iam W. Van Pelt. Vice-President ; Mrs. S. Craig, His- 
torian; Edwin O. Hahn, Secretary. 

LIGUE NATIONALE FRAN CAISE.— Organized Au- 
gust 4, 1871. Meets third Monday of each month, at 
305 Larkin street. Objects: To promote friendship, 
harmony, and intelligence among the French resi- 
dents of California, and enable them to co-operate in 
enterprises of general importance. 

Officers.— Daniel Levy, President; E. Marque, First 
Vice-President; A. Goustiaux, Second Vice-President ; 
E. Meyer, Treasurer; Ed. Godchaux and A. Lemarde- 
lay.Secretaries ; A. Masson, Librarian and Secretary. 

The library belonging to the society contains about 
sixteen thousand volumes, partly voluntary dona- 
tions. Any person may have access to the reading 
room, being acceptable to the Board of Trustees and 
paying an initiatory fee of one dollar, and fifty cents 
monthly, due in advance. Open every day from 12 to 
6 p.m., and from 7:30 to 10 P. m., except Sundays and 
legal holidays. 

MARINERS' FREE READING ROOM.— Northeast 
corner of Sacramento and Drumm streets. Estab- 
lished March 21, 1876, for the purpose of affording 
mariners visiting this port, and others, opportunity of 
reading the local, Eastern, and foreign newspapers, 
and periodicals, free of charge. The library contains 
over a thousand volumes. W. D. Bishop, Secretary 
and Librarian, 58 Sacramento street 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.— Organized March 29, 
1855. Location, 31 Post street. The design and ob- 
jects of this Association are to cultivate a social feel- 
ing of friendship, and the mutual Improvement of 
its members ; the dissemination of informalion and 
useful knowledge by the eRtablishment of a library 
of circulation and reference, a Museum and Reading 
Room, the formation of classes and delivery of lec- 
tures for tuition, the collection of a cabinet, scientific 
apparatus, works of art, the purchase of property and 
erection of buildings for the requirements of the In- 
stitute, and for any scientific, mechanical and liter- 
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The society has a Reading Room well Bui)i)licd with 
the leading scicutilic and literary periodicals of the 
day, and a valuable library containing sixty thousand 
volumes, including many rare scientific works. 
Night classes wherein a large number of young peo- 
ple receive free instruction in mechanical, architec- 
tural and free hand drawing, and lectures by distin- 
guished gentlemen on popular subjects. Any i^erson 
may become a member, being acceptable to the Board 
of Trustees, by paying au initiation fee of one dollar, 
and one dollar and fifty cents quarterly dues in ad- 
vance. The Institute also owns the " Mechanics' 
Pavilion," located on the southwest corner of Grove 
and Larkin streets, in which, under the auspices of 
the Institute, the Annual Industrial Expositions are 
held. 

Officers. — I. C. Stump, President : George E. Dow, 
Vice-President; J. K. Firth, Treasurer; Samuel J. 
Hendy, Recording Secretary ; Marsden Manson, Cor- 
responding Secretary ; J. H. Culver. Secretary; Hor- 
ace Wilson, Librarian. 

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF CALI- 
FOllNIA.— Officers.— 0. G. Kenyon, San Francisco, 
President ; H. D. Robertson, Yreba, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; H. M. Pond, St. Helena, Second Vice-President ; 
W. Watt Kerr, San Francisco, Secretary; James H. 
Parkinson, Sacramento, Treasurer ; office 528 Sutter 
street. 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.— Organ- 
ized January 24, 1853. Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, Northeast corner of Van Ness Avenue and Golden 
Gate Avenue. 

The rooms of the association are commodious and 
well arranged. The library contains about sixty-five 
thousand volumes, and the reading rooms are amply 
supplied with papers and magazines from the Eastern 
States and Europe. The terms of membership are 
one dollar and a half per quarter in advance. 

Oflicers. — N. D. Rideout, President; Edmund 
Tauszky, Vioe-PresiVient ; A. S. Howe, Recording Sec- 
retary; E. B. Halliday, Corresponding Secretary; Or. 
H. Kellogg, Treasurer ; H. R. Coleman, Librarian. 

PACIFIC COAST COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' 
ASSOCIATION.— Incorporated July 15th, 1891. Meet- 
ings are held at the call of the President. 

Officers.- S. K. Thornton, President ; R. D. Laid- 
Isw, Treasurer; Edw. C. Sutcliffe, Secretary. Office 
217 Front. 

PACIFIC COAST JERSEY CATTLE CLUB.— John 
W. Coleman, President; W. P. Russell. Secretary. 
Office 14 Sansome Street. Number of members, 
eighty. 

PHILHISTORIAN DEBATING SOCIETY.— Meets 
every Wednesday afternoon in the College 
Debating Hall. It is composed of the highest 
classes of St. Ignatius' College, the graduates 
and under-graduates ; it receives also as members, 
other educated young men who are not students of 
this College, provided they possess the required 
qualifications. 

Officers— Rev. Joseph Sasia, S. J. President; Francis 
Burke, Vice-President; Eustace CuUinan, Secretary; 
Benjamin McKinley, Treasurer; Thomas Connolly, 
Censor. 

SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
March 28, 1871. Incorporated July aO. 1889, as The 
San Francisco Art Association. Objects — The jjro- 
motion of painting, sculpture, and fine arts 
akin thereto, the diffusion of a cultivated 
taste for art in the community at large, and the 
establishment of an academy or school of de- 
sign. Membership in this society, which has now 
about four hundred contributing, one hundred and 
fifty life, and nine honorary members, is open to 
all lovers of art. Regular members' meetings held 
on the fourth Tuesday of March, June, Septem- 
ber, and Decem'oer, in the rooms of the society, 430 
Pine street. Annual election of officers last Tuesday 
in March of each year. 

Officers— Frederick W. Zeile, President; William 
Keith and W. E. Brown, Vice-Presidents ; E. E. Potter, 
Secretary; J. R. Martin, Assistant Secretary Louis 
Sloss, Jr., Treasurer. ' 

The School of Design connected with the associa- 
tion was organized December 31, 1873. The school 
has ninety pupils. Its affairs are managed by a 



committee of members of the Art Association. R. D. 
Yelland, Arthur F. Mathews, Amedee JouUin, Oscar 
Kunath and Lee Lash, teachers; J. R. Martin, Secre- 
tary. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAR ASSOCIATION. — Organ- 
ized April 20, 1872. Number of members, about 
two hundred. Objects: To maintain the honor and 
dignity of the profession of the law, to increase its 
usefulness in promoting the due administration of 
justice, and to cultivate social intercourse among its 
members. Rooms, 121 Post street. 

Olficers.— Hon. W. W. Morrow, President ; Arthur 
Rodgers, Senior Vice-President ; Geo. A. Rankin, 
Vice-President ; E. B. Holladay, Secretary ; \V. G. 
Zfigler. Corresponding Secretary; John M. Burnett, 
Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY SOCIETY OF PHYSI- 
CIANS AND SDRGEONS.— C. N. Miller, M. D., 
President; Jessie C. Farmer, M.D. Secretary. Office, 
921 Larkin street. 

SAN FRANCISCO CREMATION COMPANY.— In- 
corporated September 5, 1885. The Society is now 
erecting a crematory. Capital stock, $25,000 ; divided 
into 500 shares. Office, 303 California strett. 

Officers. — I. Gutte, President ; M. Greenblatt. 
Vice-President; Max Levy, Secretary ; German Sav- 
ings and Loan Society, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO LAW LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 
— Organized 1865. Library contains about thirty 
thousand volumes. Rooms, New City Hall. J. H. 
Deering, Jr., Secretary and Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY.— 
Organized April 5, 1872. Incorporated August 30, 
1872. Number of active members, 60. Meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each month at 432 Mont- 
gomery street, rooms 9 and 10. 

Officers.— A. H.Breckenfeld, President; Dr. Douglass 
W. Montgomery. Vice-President; William E. Loy, Re- 
cording Secretary; George Otis Mitchell, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Charles C. Riedy, Treasurer. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS.— Organ- 
ized August, 1850. Rooms, Pioneers' Building, west 
side of Fourth street, between Market and Mission 
streets. Entrance 5 Pioneer Place. 

The expressed objects of the society are to collect 
and preserve information connected with the early 
settlement and subsequent conquest of the country, 
and to i^erpetuate the memory of those whose saga- 
city, energy and enterprise induced them to settle in 
the wilderness and become the founders of a new 
State and also the male decendants of members. 
All who were in California prior to the first 
day of January, 1850, are eligible to mem- 
bership. Any who have rendered distinguished 
or important services to the society or State, 
may be admitted as honorary members. Regular 
meetings of the society take place on the first Mon- 
day of each month. Annual election of officers 
on the seventh day of July, the anniversary of the 
conquest of California, and of the raising of the 
American flag on its soil. Annual celebration on the 
ninth of September, the anniversary of the admission 
of California into the Union. The Society is possessed 
of a library, an excellent cabinet of minerals, relics of 
early times, and various other objects of interest. 

Officers.— C. V. S. Gibbs, President ; Henry B. Russ, 
San Francisco ; George H. Rogers, San Francisco ; 
Henry Matthews, Oakland ; C. T. Ryland, San Jose ; 
Niles Searles, Nevada, Vice-Presidents ; Howard 
Havens. Treasurer ; John I. Spear, Secretary ; John 
F. Pinkham, Marshal. 

STATE BOARD OP HORTICULTURE.— Office, 220 
Sutter street 

Officers. — Elwood Cooper, President, Santa Bar- 
bara, Commissioner for the Los Angeles Dis- 
trict; Fred C. Miles, Penryn, Treasurer, Commis- 
sioner for the El Dorado District; B. M. Lelong, Sec- 
retary, 220 Sutter street, San Francisco ; Sol Bunyon,^ 
Courtland, Commissioner for the Sacramento Dis- 
trict ; J. L. Mosher, Auditor, San Francisco, Commis- 
sioner for the State at Large ; L. W. Buck, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Vacaville, Commissoner for the Napa District ; 
A. F. White, Santa Rosa, Commissioner for the 
Sonoma District : Frank A. Kimball, National City, 
Commissioner for the State at Large; I. H. Thomas, 
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trict ; Alexander Craw, Quarantine Ofilcer; Ella Hal- 
lahan, clerk. 

STATE BOARD OF VITICULTURE. — Oiflcers 
and members of the Board.— Geo. West, President, 
Stockton, Commissioner for the San Joaquin District; 
Charles Bundschu, Vice-President, San Francisco, 
Commissioner for the San Francisco District; Al- 
len Towle, Treasurer, Towles, Commissioner for 
the El Dorado District; J. DeBarth Shorb, San 
Gabriel, Commissioner for the State at Large; John 
T. Doyle, San Francisco, Commissioner for the State 
at Large ; Isaac De Turk, Commissioner for the So- 
noma District; E. C. Priber, Napa, Commissioner 
for the Napa District; R. D. Stephens, Sacramento, 
Commissioner for the Sacramento District; E. C. 
Bichowskv, San Gabriel, Commissioner for the Los 
Angeles District; Winfield Scott, Secretary, San Fran- 
Cisco; Clarence J. Wetmore, Chief Executive, Viti- 
cultursl and Health Officer, Livermore and San 
Francisco. Office of the Board, 317 Pine street. 

STATE FLORAL SOCIETY.— Organized October, 
1888. Object : Promotion of the science and prac- 
tice of Floriculture in all its branches. 

Officers.— E. J. Wickson. President, Berkeley; C. 
S. Aiken, Secretary ; John Henderson Jr., Treasurer; 
Miss 0. E. Rixford, Accountant. Meets at 2 p. m. 
second Friday of each month at 220 Sutter street, San 
Francisco. 

SWEDENBORG LIBRARY AND TRACT SOCIETY. 
—Incorporated April, 1881. Meets on the second 
Wednesday of January, April, July and October, in 
the Library of the First New Jerusalem Church, 
O'Farrell between Webster and Fillmore streets. 
Objects : To maintain a library and reading room of 
the works of Emanuel Swedenborg, and to dissemi- 
nate books and tracts in harmony therewith. 

Officers.— R. R. Provines, President ; A. W. Man- 
ning, Vice-President; G. H. Sanders, Treasurer; Rev. 
John Doughty, Secretary. 

TECHNICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC COAST. 
—Organized April, 1884. Meets in the Society's 
rooms. Academy of Sciences Building, 819 Market 
street, on the first Friday of each month. Booms 
open to members every day and evening. Number 
of members, two hundred and twenty-five. Objects: 
The advanciement of the technical professions by 
means of the reading of papers and discussion of 
questions pertaining thereto, and the establishment 
of a central point of reference. 

Officers.- C. E. Grunsky, President; Charles D. 
Marx, Vice-President ; Otto von Geldern, Secretary ; 
Geo. F. Schild, Treasurer. 

TERRITORIAL PIONEERS OF CALIFORNIA.— In- 
corporated November 10, 1874. Rooms, 325 Montgom- 
ery street. The objects of this association are to form 
a more perfect union of the Pioneers of California in 
the bonds of friendship, and to cultivate social inter- 
coiirse between them ; to collect and preserve histor- 
ical facts and information in connection with the early 
and subsequent history of the settlement of the Pa- 
cific Coast ; to form a library for the diffusion of use- 
ful knowledge among its members ; to form a cabinet 
of such minerals, geological, and other natural siib- 
stances as can be obtained by the association ; to pur- 
sue such literary and scientific objects, by means of 
lectures or otherwise, as shall be deemed expedient 
by the Board of Directors, and to perpetuate the mem- 
ory of those whose wisdom, valor, and enterprise ad- 
vanced civilization to the shores of the Pacific. All 
white males who were in California prior to the ninth 
day of September, 1850, and the male descendants of 
all such, of lawful age, are eligible to membership. 
Officers.— Charles Nelson, President ; Wnft. McAfee, 
First Vice-President; O. J. Preston, Second Vice- 
President ; Lowell J. Hardy, Jr., Secretary ; Samuel 
Figel, Treasurer ; H. F. W. Hoffman, Marshal. 



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ALPINE AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB.— Organ- 
ized December. 1889. Object— To foster all kinds cf 
out door sports. Meets 11 Montgomery street, twice 
a month. Membership one hundred and twenty-five. 

ARION VEBEIN.— Meets on the first and third 
Monday evenings of each month, at the club rooms, 
414 Pine street. Number of members, about three 
hundred. 

Officers.— J. H. Slevers, President ; C. Uhlig, Vice- 
President ; G. Trittenbach, Recording Secretary ; G. 
Lindenau, Financial Secretary; M. Windmiller, Treas- 
urer ; O. Schmidt, Librarian. 

ARIEL ROWING CLUB.— Boat House, Long Bridge. 
Organized, April 17, 1877. Incorporated, February 
15th, 1889. Membership, fifty-three. J. D. Batteux, 
President ; Geo. W. Phelan, Vice-President ; Eugene 
Flanders, Secretary: John J. Larkey, Treasurer; 
Charles E. Pless, Captain; W. S. Adams, Lieut.- 
Captain. Meets first Sunday in each month. 

ASSOCIATED VETERANS OF THE MEXICAN 
WAR.— Organized July 2, 1866. Number of members, 
ninety-five. Meet second Thursday of each month at 
their hall, 22 O'Farrell street. 

Officers.— Col. Joseph Stewart, President; S. J. 
Loop, Secretary. 

AUSTRALIAN CLUB.— Organized December 12, 
1889. Number of members, eighty. Object, social. 
Rooms of Society, 1320 Market street. Dr. W. R. G. 
Samuels, President, Room 13. Academy of Sciences 
Building : R. Cox, Secretary; A. Neustadt, Treasurer. 

BAY CITY WHEELMEN.— 519 Van Ness Av. George 
P. Wetmore, President; Wm. H. Toepke, Secretary. 
BERLINS THE.— E. D. Roach, Secretary, 10 Cali- 
fornia street. 

The Berlins organized September 16, 1890 ; incor- 
ated 1891. Objects to promote social entercourse 
among its members and to aid sick or disabled mem- 
bers. Officers— F. L. Noriega, President; D. J. 
Sheehan, Vice-President ; J. F. McGeough, Finan- 
cial Secretary; J. J. Crowe, Treasurer; Elmer D. 
Roach, Recording Secretary. 

BOHEMIAN CLUB. — Incorporated May 17, 1872. 
Number of members, six hundred and sixty. 
Meetings held second Tuesday in January, April, 
July, and October. Literary and musical meetings 
last Saturday evening of each month, at the rooms, 
180 Post street. 

Officers.- Albert Gerberding, President; R. H. 
Lloyd, Vice-President; S. D. Brastow, Treasurer; 
James M. Hamilton, Secretary. 

BUSINESS MEN'S DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION. 
—Club House No. 413 Stockton street. Wm. B. Wil- 
shire. President; A. T. Spotts, Secretary. Amalgama- 
tion of the Manhattan and Business Men's Demo- 
cratic Clubs. 

CALEDONIAN CLUB.— Organized November 24, 
1866. Number of members, six hundred and fifty. 
Meets the first and third Fridays of each month, at 
Scottish Hall, 111 Larkin street. Objects: Perpetuatmg 
the ancient customs, costumes and games of Scot- 
land, and the encouragement and diffusion of Scottish 
literature, music, etc. -,,. j. 

Officers.— 0. Chisholm, Chief; James Mearns First 
Chieftain; R. S. Falconer, Second Chieftain; T. 
Wilson, Third Chieftain ; William Mitchell, Fourth 
ChieftHin; R. L. Sutherland, Physician. 

Directors.- John F. McDonald, John Spence, J. b. 
Mcintosh, D. H. Finnie. Chas. A. McPhee. 

CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized November, 1892. Object: To improve 
the social, intellectual and physical condition ot its 
members, and to foster harmony between employer 
and employees. „,„ ,, ^ j. 

Number of 125. Club Rooms 26 O'Farrell street. 
Meets monthly at their Rooms. .j ^ r, tj 

Officers:— Charles Schlessinger, President; C. P. 
La Breten, Vice-President; I. C. Joseph. Secretary: 
J. Berolzhine, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA LA'^N TENNIS CLUB. — Grounds 
southeast corner Scott and Bush streets. H. «. 
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CALIFORNIA KENNEL CLUB.— Organized Sep- 
teiuber 30, IHH"). Meets second Wednesday in each 
luontli at 430 MoutRomerv street. 

Onicets.— E. P Schell," President; Dr. John Gall- 
wey. First Vice-President; W. C. Peters, Second Vice- 
President ; E. T. Hsrvey, treasurer; F. J. Silvey, 
Secretary; W. G. Cue, Corresponding Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA SCHUETZEN CLUB.— Organized Jan- 
uary, 1876. Meet.s at Eintracbt Hall, 316 Post street, 
la.'^t Tui.sday of each month. Number of members, two 
hundred and sixty 

Ofticcr.s.— Philo Jacoby, President; F. A. Kuhls, 
Vice-President; A. W. Hatje, first Secretary; Otto 
Burmeister, second Secretary; John UtschIg, 
Trea.surer. 

CALIFORNIA SCHUETZEN CLUB CADETS.— Or- 
ganized January, 1885, John Utschig, Jr., Shooting 
Master ; meets at Eintracbt Hall, 316 Post street. 

CALIFORNIA STATE DEMOCRATIC CLUB.— Or- 
ganized December, 1879. Its membership extends 
througliout the State and now numbers one hundred 
Slid sixty. Quarterly meetings are held on the first 
Wednesdays in January, April, July and October. 
Special meetings at the call of the executive commit- 
tee. Rooms, Vi Flood Building, Secretary's address, 
101 Sansome street. While the general scope of the 
Club's organization is social as well as political, 
its primary and leading object is in the direction of 
purifying party methods and the maintenance intact 
of the time-honored principles and teachings of the 
Democratic party. 

Officers.— I. Gutte, President; J. V. Coffey, Vice- 
President ; H. P. Bush, Secretary; E. B. Pond, W. D. 
Euglish, J. D. Phelan. J. H. Wise, Russell J. Wilson, 
H. C. McPike, H. Wangenheim and J. Bergmann, 
General Committee. 

CEBCLE FRANCAIS.— Organized 1884. Number of 
members, 170. Club rooms, 421 Post. Business 
meetings second Tuesday of each month. 

Officers.- Em. Kaas. President; L. Klein, Vice- 
President; Henry Cahen, Secretary; L. KaufiFman, 
Treasurer. 

CLOVER CLUB.— Organized August 5, 1889. Ob- 
.iect.— To promote social interests among the mem- 
bers and their friends, and in furthuring such ob- 
ject, holds receptions in Pioneer Hall on the second 
Friday of each month. Club rooms Melville Hotel. 

Officers.— Walter A. Peterson, President: Edward 
S Martin, Recording Secretary; James S. Hawliins, 
Treasurer. 

CONCORDIA CLUB.— Organized November, 1864. 
Number of members, 255. Meetings held third Tues- 
day of each month at corner Post street and Van 
Ness Av. 

Officers.— Charles L. Ackerman, President; Juda 
Newman. First Vice-President; Jacob Stern, Second 
Vice-President; Joseph Rosenberg, Financial Sec- 
retary ; H. Meyer, Treasurer. 

CORINTHIAN YACHT CLUB.-Established April, 
1886. Number of members, one hundred and eighty. 
Meets at the call of the Commodore. Headquarters 
Tiburon. 

Officers.— John W. Pew, Commodore; M. A. Newell 
Vice-Commodore; F. E, Baker, Secretary W. F 
Dixey, Treasurer. Office of Secretary, 114 Be'ale 

COSMOS CLUB. — Organized 1881; incorporated 
188;!. Locatinu, 317 Powell street, in rooms commo- 
dious and handsome. 

Officers.— F. H. Green, President; J. M. Cunning- 
ham. Vice-President; Wm. R. Wheeler, Honorary 
Secretary ; Colin M. Boyd, Treasurer. 

DANISH SOCIETY (Norden) .—Organized July, 1873. 
Number of members, about one hundred and twenty- 
five. Clubrooms, 25 Tenth street.are open every day. 
Object: To encourage social and dramatic enter- 
tainment. 

Officers.— Axel Teisen, President; S. K. Overgaard 
Vice-President ; I. N. Nellsen, Treasurer ; E. Lund, 
Corresponding Secretary ; Henry Wilson, Recording 
Secretary; L. O. Hansen, Bibliotecar. 

DEUTSCHER KRIEGER VEREIN.-Comprises ex- 
members of the German army. Object— To reunite 
the German soldiers and promote the soci.il relations 
and aid needy and worthy comrades. Organized June 
2. 1884. and incorporated April 15, 1885. Membership 
three hundred and forty. Meets every first and third 



Wednesday in each month at B'nai Brith Hall, 121 

Eddy street. 

Officers.— C. Kaiser. President; J. Welz. Vice-Presi- 
dent; H. Lcngefeld, Recording Secretary; E. Able- 
mann, Financial Secretary; G. Braun, Treasurer. 

DEUTSCHER VEREIN. — Organized October 2, 
187C. Objects: Social recreation and cultivation of 
music, singing, and German literature among its 
members. Meets first Monday of each month, at 
Club Rooms, Pioneers' Building. 

Officers.— Dr. C. M. Richter, President; F. Dohr- 
mann and E. Meyer Vice Presidents ; M. Copmann. 
Financial Secretary; H. Daseking, Recording Secre- 
tary; Franz Jacoby, Treasurer ; R. Capelle, Librarian. 

DRY GOODS MENS' ASSOCIATION OF SAN 
FRANCISCO.— A beneficial and social organization. 
Organized September 2, 1884. Number of members. 
Two hundred. Meets the first and third Thursdays 
of each month, at 8 p.m., in Concord Hall, Alcazar 
Building. 

Officers.- Jacob Bowman, President ; H. Meagher, 
Vice-President; E.P.Sullivan, Recording and Cor- 
responding Secretary; P. J. Coleman, Financial 
Secretary. 

GERMANIA CLUB.— Organized December 12, 1873, 
Incorporated May 20th, 1875. Number of members, 
two hundred and fifty. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing, at 421 Post street. Object: To assist mem- 
bers who by accident or sickness are incapacitated 
from pursuing their calling. 

HARMONIE CLUB.— Organized October 14, 1877. 
The objects of the association are: 

The improvement of the mental, moral, and 
social condition of its members. 

The club at present numbers one hundred 
members, and meets monthly at their rooms 421 
Post street. 

Officers.— Joseph D. Abrams, President; Julius 
Kahn, Vice-President; Mel Furth, Recording Secre- 
tary ; S. L. Waller, Treasurer. 

HARVARD CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organ- 
ized 1874. It is composed of the Pacific Coast Alumni 
of Harvard University, and now numbers about one 
hundred and twenty members. Meetings are held 
quarterly at some hotel. 

Officers.— Hon. J. M. Seawell, President; Harold 
Wheeler and Frank J. Symmes, Vice-Presidents ; Hall 
McAllister, Secretary, office 305 Sansome street ; Wil- 
liam Randol, Treasurer. 

INDEPENDENT OLD FRIENDS.— Organized March 
5, 1887. Meets at Irving Hall, 139 Post street, on the 
last Friday of each month. 

Officers. — Henry Borneman President ; J. E. 
Slinkey, Secretary; Arthur McGurren, Treasurer. 

IROQUOIS CLUB.— Organized September 9, 1883. 
Incorporated April 20, 1886. Meets every Friday 
evening at the Wigwam. 207 Sutter street. The objects 
of the club are the maintenance and support of Dem- 
ocratic principles and promotion of social intercourse 
among its members. 

Officers.- Chas. L. Weller, President; L. V. Merle, 
First Vice-President; W. F. Sawyer, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent ; J. H. Zemansky, Recording Secretary; D. I. 
Mahoney, Financial Secretary; Otto Koeper, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; P. J. Thomas, Treasurer; Louis 
Metzger, Chairman Board of Directors. 

LORING CLUB.— This, the leading singing society 
club of the city, is composed of sixty male voices, 
and two hundred and fifty associate or subscribing 
members. Rehearsals are held every Monday even- 
ing in their rooms, Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. 
The Club gives periodical musical entertainments, 
the recurrence of which are marked events in our 
social seasons. 

Officers. — William Alvord, President; L. L. Baker, 
Vice-President; W. C. Stadtfeld, Secretary; W. A. 
Murison, Treasurer ; David W. Loring, Director. 

MANHATTON CLUB. One of the leading social 
and political organizations of San Francisco. Estab- 
lished in 1889, and according to the preamble of its 
confitltutlon " with an abiding faith in the success of 
the doctrines of Democracy, and that therein lies 
security of principles, and perpetual prosperity of 
the institutions bequeathed to us by our ancestors." 

Officers. — Joseph Clark president; E. T. Mills, Vice- 
President ; Wm. J.Bryan, Treasurer; A. T. Spotts, 
Secretary. Rooms, 413 Stockton 



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MERCHANTS' CLUB. — A social organization com- 
posed prlucipally of wliolesale meroliants. Organ- 
ized January 28, 1887. Rooms, SE corner California 
and Sansome streets. 

Officers.— Willard B. Harrington, President ; R. D. 
Laidlaw, Vice-President ; Mendel Esberg, Treasurer ; 
W. E. Erzgraber, Secretary. 

METHODIST SOCIAL UNION OF SAN FRANCIS- 
CO.— OfQce 1037 Market street. 

Officers.- Charles Goodall, President; Wm. Abbott, 
John R. Sims, R. McElroy and Wm. Perkins, "Vice- 
Presidents ; Bishop Daniel A. GoodBell,D.D., L.L.D., 
Rev. F. D. Bovard, D. D., and the pastors of the city 
Methodist Episcopal Churches ; Wm. F. Gibson, Sec- 
retary ; John W. Butler, Treasurer. 

Meetings held at call of the President. 

MISSION TURN VEREIN.— Meets at Harmony 
Hall, 1749 Mission street, on the first and third 
Tuesdays of every month. Number of members, 
two hundred and eighty-five. 

Officers. — W. Gercken, President ; Thomas Maier, 
Vice-President ; Charles Kahn, Secretary ; R. M^intc, 
Recording Secretary; D. Brune, Financial Secretary; 
A. Jalger, Treasurer; O. Binse, Instructor in Gym- 
nastics. 

Mystic Fokty.— 24 Fourth street. 

NATIONAL CLUB.— Organized July, 1888. Per- 
manently re-organized November 16, 1888. Incor- 
porated 1891. Number of members one hundred and 
fifty 

Objects: — To promote the principles of the Repub- 
lican Party, take part in political campaigns and pro 
mote social intercourse among its members, and help 
and assist sick and disabled members by the payment 
of weekly benefits. Rooms, 30 Geary street. 

Officers. — P. 0. Hansen President; Charles H. 
Smith, Vice-President; William J. Qulnn Secretary; 
F. W. Ammann Financial Secretary ; K. A. Lund- 
strom. Treasurer ; Stephen Elliott, Marshal. 

NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN WEST. 
— Organized in San Francisco, July 25, 1887. 

The Officers of the Grand Parlor are:- Miss C. K. 
Wittenmeyer, Alameda, Past Grand President; Miss 
Mae B. Wilklns, Santa Cruz. Grand President; Miss 
Minnie Coulter, Santa Rosa, Grand Vice-President; 
Mrs. Georgie Cotter, San Francisco, Grand Secretary; 
Mrs. Lena H. Mills, Stockton, Grand Treasurer; 
Mrs. Pauline Nusbaumer, Pleasanton, Grand Mar- 
sbal; Mrs. Ada Roddy, Vallejo, Grand Inside Senti- 
nel ; Mrs, Mary Leighton, San Francisco, Grand Out- 
side Sentinel. Grand Trustees— Mrs. Lillian Carlie, 
San Francisco ; Miss E. A. Spencer, Eureka; Mrs. 
Ethel L. Morrison, BaKersSeld ; Mrs. Alice Watt, 
Grass Valley; Miss May Terry, Sacramento; Miss 
Maggie Shannon, Chico; Miss Lena L. Bee, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Annual Meeting- held on the second Tuesday of 
June. 

Office of the Grand Secretary, room 31, Mills 
Building, eighth floor. 

There are sixty-eight subordinate Parlors, seven of 
which are in San Francisco. 

MiNEKVA Pablob No. 2. — Meets the first and third 
Wednesday of each month at Mason Hall, corner 
Valencia and Sixteenth streets. Number of members, 
fifty-two. 

Alta Parlor No. 3. — Meets every Saturday evening 
at Pioneer Building, N. 8. G. W. Hall. Number of 
members, two hundred and thirteen. 

Oeo Fino Pablob No. 9. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at Forester's Hall. Number of members, 
fifty-nine. 

Golden State Pablob No. 50. — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at Druid's Hall. Number of mem- 
bers, forty-seven. 

Okinda Pablob No. 56.— Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at Arcadia Hall, 421 Post. 
Number of members, fifty-seven. 

Fbemont Pablob No. 59. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Washington Hall. Number of members, 
fifty-eight. 

BuENA Vista Pablob No. 68. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at Forester's Hall. Number of members, 
one hundred and two. 



Los LoMAS Pablob No. 72. Meets second and 
Fourth Mondays of each month at Rohweder's Hall, 
Seventeenth and Castro. Number of members, 
thirty. 

NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST.— Or- 
ganized July 11, 1875. A library and reading room 
under the auspices of the Order is maintained in Pi- 
oneer Building, 24 Fourth street. There are one hun- 
dred and eighty-five parlors in the State. 

A Grand Parlor was instituted in December, 1878, 
which meets annually in April. 

Officers.— R. M. Fitzgerald, Past Grand President ; 
Thomas Flint, Jr., Grand President ; John T. Greany, 
Grand Vice-President ; Henry Lunstedt, Grand Sec- 
retary ; Henry S. Martin, Grand Treasurer ; J. D. 
Sproul, Grand Lecturer; J. W. Ahern, Grand Orator; 
C. K. Stewart, Grand Inside Sentinel; P. V. Long, 
Grand Outside Sentinel ; E. E. Katz, Frank M. Angel- 
lotti, F. H. Dunne, Jackson Hatch, R. P. Doolan. 
William Conley and W. T. Morgan, Grand Trustees, 

Nineteen subordinate Parlors have been organized 
in San Francisco, viz : 

Oalifobnia Pablob No. 1. — Meets every Thursday 
evening in Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth street. Num- 
ber of members, four hundred and thirty-six. 

Pacific Pablob No. 10. — Meets every Tuesday eve- 
ning in Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth street. Number 
of members, two hundred and seventy-four. 

Golden Gate Pablob No. 29. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening in Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth street. 
Number of members, two hundred and nine. 

Mission Pablob No. 38. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 2319 Mission street. Number of members, 
two hundred and eighty-nine. 

San Fbanoisco Pablob No. 49. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Bersaglieri Hall, 607 Union street. 
Number of members, one hundred and ninety. 

Niantic Pablob No. 105. — Meets every Monday 
evening at Alcazar Building. Number of members 
one hundred and twenty-one. 

El Doeado Pablob No. 52. — Meets every Thursday 
evening in Odd Fellows' Building. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred and sixty. 

Rincon Pablob No. 72.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth street. Num- 
ber of members, two hundred and seventy-three. 

Stanford Pablob No. 76. — Meets every Friday 
evening at 24 Fourth street. Number of members, 
two hundred and fifty-five. 

YeebaBuena Pablob No. 84. —Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Alcazar Building. Number of members, 
ninety. 

Bay City Paelob No. 104. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Alcazar Building. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred and eighteen. 

National Pablob No. 118. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 320 Post street. Number of members, one 
hundred and seventy-eight. 

Columbia Pablob No. 121.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 320 Post street. Number of members, 
sixty-two. 

Hesperian Pablob No. 137.— Meets every Thursday 
evening corner Valencia and Sixteenth streets. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred and six. 

Alcatbaz Pablob No. 145.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Alcazar Building. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred and twenty-eight. 

Alcalde Pablob No. 154.— Meets every Monday 
evening at Red Mens' Hall. Number of members, 
one hundred and seventy-eight. 

South San Fbanoisco Pablob No. 157.— Meets 
every Wednesday evening at F. and A. M. Hall. Num- 
ber of members, eighty-eight. 

Sequoia Pablob No. 160.— Meets every Monday 
evening at Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred and twenty-seven. 

Pbecita Pablob No. 187. Meets at Maennerbund 
Hall, corner Twenty-fourth and Potrero Av, number 
of members, 58. 



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nep1[>jnk*iwimmino and boating club.— 

Organized Tebriuiry 21,1877. Number of members, 
forty-nve. Boat house foot of Leavenworth street, 
North Beach. Boats, three four-oar barges. Colors, 
blue auil white. 

NTAYA SOCIAL CLUB.— Edward S. Sullivan, Pres- 
ident. Office, V2'3 California, room 15. Meets at 
hall, 2131 Mission street. 

NEIDERLAND SOCIETY.— Meets every Saturday 
at 539 California. 

OCCIDENTAL COURSING CLUB.— RoomsQl Kear- 
ny street. J. R. Dickson, Secretary, office 314 Pine 
street, room 22. 

ODD FELLOWS' LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB. 
— Organized January 1 , 1881 . Meets on the second and 
fourth Saturday evenings of each month in Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, corner Market and Seventh streets. Ob- 
jects: The improvement of its members in the work 
of the order, and for social and literary purposes. 

Officers. — J. H. Simpbon.President ; Andrew J. Dun- 
can, Secretary. 

OLD FRIENDS.— Organized May 15th, 1864. Meets 
third Friday of each month at 508 Bush street. 

Objects: — Promotion and cultivation of friendship, 
social intercourse and mutual assistance. 

THE OLYMPIC CLUB.— This institution devotes 
itself to clean athletics. It has recently moved into 
a large, elegant and substantial building erected 
with special reference to the requirements of the 
institution, located on the north side of Post street 
between Mason and Taylor, the frontage extending 
along nearly the greater part of the block. It is now 
the largest and most complete organization of the 
kind in the world. Its membership is 2100 adults — 
250 juveniles and 100 juniors. It has also large class- 
es of ladies attending its gymnasium for athletic 
training. One of its chief features is a magnificent 
swimming bath. Its gymnasiums are splendidly 
equipped. Its billiard room contains eight tables. 
Its parlors, halls, and all its appointments are 
modern and beautiful. Its exercising grounds form 
a beautiful Athletic park near Golden Gate Park. 

Its directors meet on the first and third Wednes- 
days of each month. 

Officers. — Wm. Greer Harrison, President: Vander- 
lynn Stow, Vice-President ; A. 0. Forsyth, Secretary; 
Henry B. Kuss, Treasurer; E. A. Kolb, Leader; 
Robert MacArthur, Captain ; M. H. Weed. J. D. Red- 
ding, C. S. Wieland, A. J. Treat, J. McElroy, direc- 
tors. 

JUNIOR OLYMPIC CLUB— G. L. Wollrlch, J. Mc- 
Elroy Committee of management. 

ORDER OF SCOTTISH CLANS.— The objects of this 
Order are: To establish a fund for the relief of sick 
Clansmen, and to extend to them succor and sympa- 
thy in time of need. To institute and maintain a 
bequeathment fund for the benefit of widows and or- 
phans of deceased Clansmen, and to cultivate fond 
recollections of Scotland, to recall its history, its peo- 
ple, its customs, Its amusements, and the days "O' 
Auld Lang Syne." 

One Clan has been organized in San Francisco. 

Clan Fkaseb No. 78.— Meets on the first and third 
Thursdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street, 
Joseph Walker, Chief; Wm. Cormack, Secretary. 

PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION SONS OF VER- 
MONT. — Organized January G, 1879. Number of 
members about three hundred. Meets second Friday 
of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall, Anniversary fes- 
tival, January 17. Objects: Social and beneficial. 

Officers.— F. Dillingham, President; Hon. A. W. 
Scott, Hon. J. McM. Shafter and A. O. Colton, Vice- 
Presidents ; 8. G. Cheever, Secretary; R. A. Jewell. 
Treasurer. 

PACIFIC COAST PIGEON FANCIERS SOCIETY. 
—Meets last Saturday evening of every month, at 330 
Pine street, room 30. Robert Bayley, 210 Davis, 
secretary. 

PACIFIC-UNION CLUB.— The Pacific and Union 
Clubs consolidated February 1, 1889, under the name 
of Pacific-Union Club. Rooms, containing library 
and reading rooms, supplied with all the domestic 
and foreign newspapers and periodicals. Northwest 
corner Post and Stockton streets. 



Officers. — Charles Page, President ; W. 8. Keyes 
Vice-President; L. 0. McAfee, Secretary; John Mc- 

PACIFIC YACHT CLUB, THE.— Organized June 28 
1878, reorganized November 12, 1891. Number of 
members, four hundred Meets second Wednesday 
in November each year at Palace Hotel. 

Officers.— A. B. Spreckels, Commodore ; 0. S. Wie- 
land, Vice-Commodore; John H. Dickinson, Presi- 
dent ; Grove P. Ayers, Vice-President ; Vamey W. 
Gaskill, Secretary ; W. H. Kruse, Treasurer; J. C. 
Kelly, Measurer. Office of the Club, 216 Bush street 
room 38. 

PRESS CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organized 
September, 1888. Objects — To bring the news- 
papers and other professions together in closer per- 
sonal relations ; to further good fellowship among, 
its members, and provide comfortable club rooms. 
Rooms, 430 Pine street. Meets the first Thursday 
evening of February, May, August and November. 
Annual meeting, first Thursday in September. 

Officers. — Harry M. Tod, President ; L. G. Carpen- 
ter, First Vice-President; A. H. Bareudt, Financial 
Secretary; D. M. Fraser, Recording Secretary; T. F. 
Prendergast, Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO BICYCLE CLUB— Organized De- 
cember 13th, 1878. Number of members one- 
hundred, active wheelmen. Meets second Thursday 
of each month at the Club House No. 501 Golden 
Gate Av. 

Officers.— Thomas R. Knox, President ; J. H. Hntaff, 
Secretary; J. C.Spencer, Treasurer; S. G. Scovern, 
Captain. 

SAN FRANCISCO GRUTLI-VEREIN. — Organized 
September, 1874. Objects — Cultivation of music, so- 
cial entertainments, and to assist its members in sick- 
ness. Meets Thursday of every month, at 507 Sutter 
street. Nunaber of members, about 340. Jakob 
Hakins, Recording Secretary 

SAN FRANCISCO MAENNERCHOR. — Organized 
April, 1864. — Number of members seventy. Monthly 
contribution, fifty cents. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing in Turn Verein Hall, 323 Turk street. Object- 
Cultivation of male choir. 

Officers. — Franz Kern, President; W. SchilIing,Vice 
President; Albert Heussler, Treasurer; H. Fortriede, 
Secretary ; F. W. Dulfer, Librarian ; Theo. Vogt, 
Leader. 

SAN FRANCISCO SCHWABEN VEREIN, meets 
first and third Friday every month at S. F. Turn 
Verein Hall, 323 Turk 

SAN FRANCISCO SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.— 
Organized March 18, 1882. Incorporated October 27, 
188'?. Number of members, eight hundred and eighty- 
five. Meets on the second and fourth Thursday of 
each mouth, at 115 Minna street. 

Objects — To preserve the athletic games as prac- 
ticed in " Auld Scotia," and promote a due apprecia- 
tion among Scotchmen of the manners and healthful 
exercises of their native land and encourage the es- 
tablishment of literary exercises and lectures, and the 
cultivation of Scottish music, dances, language, 
poetry and song. 

Officers — James R. Watson, Royal Chieftain ; James 
Nevin, Vice Royal Chieftain; A. H. Rae-Brown, Re- 
corder ; John Stewart, Treasurer ; W. Fairgrl eve, Fi- 
nancial Secretary ; J. T. Anderson, Master-at-Arms ; 
A. A. Gilmore, M. D., physician ; Donald McKay, 
John Ross, W. W. Noble, Trustees. 

SAN FRANCISCO TURN VEREIN.— Organized 1852. 
Hall south side of Turk street, between Leavenworth 
and Hyde. 

Stated meetings first and third Wednesday 
evenings of each mouth, at 8:31) p. m. Number 
of members, about four hundred, of which about 
forty are attaclied to the vocal department, F. Fischer, 
Leader ; and seventy-six to the rifle section, C. K. Zim- 
mer. Captain. Besides this, there exists, in connection 
Viith the association, a Verein for boys, from four- 
teen to eighteen years, which numbers 90 members, 
and is called the Zceglings Verein, governed by 
their own officers, under the supervision of three 
members of the San Francisco Turn Verein. Stated 
meetings last Thursday of each month. 

There is also a school for boys and girls from seven 
to fourteen years, which numbers over 300 pupils. 

Social meetings for members are held every last 
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each month, when a dramatic entertainment is given. 
Arelief society for sick members, numbering over two 
hundred members, is attached to the association. 

Officers of the "Verein.— John Simmen, President; 
F. Marks, Vice-President; Henry Stieber, Recording 
Secretary ; Keinh. Muller, Corresponding Secretary ; 
Henry Planz, Treasurer; E. Cook, Financial Secre- 
tary. 

The Gymnasium, Robert Barth, Teacher, and F. 
Willenbrink, Leader, comprises over 200 members. 

SAN FEANCISCO VEREIN.— Incorporated October 
2, 185H. Number of members, two hundred and fifty. 
Reading room is supplied with forty different news- 
papers, and all the current magazines and periodicals. 
Library numbers about twenty thousand volumes. 
Eoom3'219 Sutter street. 

Ofacers.— Hugo Rothschild, President; H. L. 
Simon and Benj. Arnhold Vice-Presidents ; Max Or- 
denstein, Recording Secretary ; Jesse E. Triest, Finan- 
cial Secretary ; Louis Greenebaum, Treasurer ; Dr. A. 
Abrams, Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO YACHT CLUB.— Organized July, 
1869 ; reorganized, July, 1873. Number of members, 
one hundred and fifty. Directors meet monthly. 

Headquarters. Club House, Sausalito. 

Officers.— Isadore Gutte, Commodore ; Emil Engel- 
berg- Vice-Commodore; George W. Reed, Secretary; 
Charles L. Barrett, Treasurer ; C. H. Morrell, Finan- 
cial Secretary; Matthew Turner, Measurer. 

SCHULTZ Jr. ZITHER CLUB.— Organized Janu- 
ary 2d, 1889. Meets at residence of Conductor, every 
Monday evening. Object: Social and musical. W. 
A. Schnltz Jr., Conductor. 

SEVENTH REGIMENT VETERANS OF THE PA- 
CIFIC. — Organized October 1, 1875. Number of mem- 
bers, seventy. Meetings held occasionally. Objects— 
To perpetuate a friendly feeling among the ex-mem- 
bers of the Seventh Regiment (New York City) , resid- 
ing on the Pacific Coast. 

Officers.— "W. R. Smedberg, President ; T. S. Taylor, 
Secretary. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS.— Or- 
ganized November 29, 1865. Annual meeting held on 
the twenty-fifth day of April, the anniversary of Gen- 
eral E. V'. Sumner assuming the command of the 
Department of California. Quarterly meetings are 
are held July 25, October 25, January 25. Composed 
of the officers of the California Volunteers, V. S. A. 

Officers.— William B. Hooper, President; George 
H. A. Dimpfel, First Vice-President ; Joseph Tuttle, 
Second Vice-President ; John H. Gilmore, Treasurer; 
Elisha Brooks, Corresponding Secretary ; John C. In- 
nes. Recorder. 

SOCIETY OF TRUE FRIENDS.— Meets first and 
third Tuesday of each month, at 35 Eddy street. Ob- 
jects, social. 

Officers.— John H. Dooley, President ; T. R. Tilley. 
Secretary ; John M. Rademaker, Treasurer. 

SWISS RIFLE CLUB.— Organized September 1, 
1860. Niimber of members, fifty. Meets second 
"Wednesday of each month at Swiss Hotel, 627 Commer- 
cial street. 

TURN-VEREIN VOR WARTS.— Organized January 
11, 1880. Meets the first and third Wednesdays of each 
month at 310 O'Farrell street. The objects of this 
Society are: The cultivation of gymnastic exercises. 
Number of members, one hundred and twenty-five. 
Exercise nights Tuesday and Friday of each week 
Fencing class Wednesday night. School for ladies, 
every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon. 

Juvenile Boys' Class, 6 to 14 years, Monday and 
Thursday afternoon. Juvenile Girls' Class, 6 to 14 
years, Tuesday and Friday afternoon. Instructor, 
Dr. Max Magnus. 

UNIVERSITY CLUB.— Organized in 1890. Num- 
ber of members about three hundred. Club house, 
722 Sutter street. 

Officers.- Sidney V. Smith, President; William 
Thomas, First Vice-President ; Charles P. Eells. Sec- 
ond Vice-President ; Harold Wheeler, Secretary ; Wm. 
H. Crocker, Treasurer. 

UNION LEAGUE CLUB, THE.— A social and polit- 
ical organizations, established to promote the Inter- 
ests of the Republican party. The rooms of the club 
are at 322 Geary street. 
Officers.— President, 8, M. Shortridge ; First Vice 




President, Wm. MacDonald ; SecOT«il^ Vi'ee^rr^ 
Samuel W. Backus; Secretary, George 
urer, Frank A. Vail. 

UNION SQUARE CLUfi.— Organized 1891. Num- 
ber of members, 100. Object, the moral and mental 
improvement of its members, and the cultivation of 
social ntercourse. Receptions in Pioneer Hall on the 
last Friday evening of the month. 

Officers.— L.C. Kelton, President; T. M. McFar- 
lane, Vice-President ; W. M. Lacey, Secretary ; Rudy- 
Fenkhausen, Treasurer. 

Board of Directors.— Dr. W. A. Harvey, J. A. Mac- 
Donald, James S. Hawkins. J. P. White, C. F. Thier- 
bach. 

Secretary's office, 705 Front street. 

VETERAN FIREMANS' ASSOCIATION OF CALI- 
FORNIA.— Organized January 10, 1888. A social and 
fraternal organization. Headquarters and reading 
room. Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth street. Sons of 
Firemen twenty-one years of age as well as Veter- 
ans are eligible to membership. 

Officers.— John Fay, President; J. H. Mahoney, 
First Vice-President ; J. H. Marshall, Second Vice- 
President ; Gustave Pohlman, Financial Secretary ; 
Henry Linthal, Recording Secretary ; Fred A. Will, 
Treasurer. 

VEREIN EINTRACHT.— Organized May, 1868 ; re- 
organized December, 1873. Number of members, 
fourteen hundred. Meets every Wednesday evening at 
their Hall, 316 Post street. Objects— To foster and 
cultivate the musical and dramatic arts, to give social 
and literary entertainments, and to assist its mem- 
bers in sickness and times of need. In connection 
with this society a gymnastic section, under the 
leadership of H. C. F. Stahl, is maintained. 

Officers.— A. Entzmann.President ;R. Jentzsch, Vice- 
President ; O. Thiele. Recording Secretary ; Charles 
Winters, Financial Secretary 

VETERANS OF THE CALIFORNIA HUNDRED 
AND BATTALION.— Organized May 1, 1866. Office, 
422 California street. Number of members originally 
one hundred and eighty-two, comprising the surviv- 
ors of the five hundred men in the California Hun- 
dred and Calf ornia Battalion at their discharge in Au- 
gust, 1865. Holds an Annual Reunion on April 9, 
each year, the anniversary of Lee's surrender. 

Officers. — C. Mason Einne, President; W. A. Robin- 
son, Secretary; D.W. C. Thompson, Treasurer. 

YALE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF CALIFOR- 
NIA.— Organized February 3, 1892. Regular meetings 
are held in the months of May, and October of each 
year, at such place and time as may be designated by 
the Executive Committee. There is also an annual 
meeting and banquet in February. 

Officers.- Martin Kellogg, L.L.D., President; Char- 
les Page, and Gordon Blanding, Vice Presidents ; 
John N. Pomeroy, Secretary; Edward Pond, Treas- 
urer, who, with Benjamin Romaine and Henry H. 
Haight, compose the Executive Committee. 



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sary-General, Chief of Ordnance, and ex-offlcio Chief 
of Staff; Colonel Robert E. Murray, Assistant Adju- 
tant-General ; Colonel John B. Wright, Chief Engin- 
eer, 413 Front ; Colonel Frank W.Sumner, Paymaster- 
General; Colonel George A. Knight, Judge Advocate- 
General; Colonel Seely F. Long, Surgeon-General; 
Lieutenant-Colonel Forrest S. Chadbourne, Aid-de- 
Camp ; Lieutenant-Colonel Freeman G. Teed, Aid-de- 
Camp ; Lieutenant Colonel J ohn S. Young, Aid-de- 
Camp ; Lieutenant-Colonel Adolph G. Gassen. Aid-de- 
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Lieuteuaut-Colonel William D. Sanborn, Aid-de- 
Camp ; Lit-utenaut- Colonel Walter F. Beck, Aid-de- 
Cump ; LieutenantCdlonel Frank McLauRhlin, Aid- 
doCamp ; Lieuteuant-Colonel William J. Younger, 
Aid-de-Caiup ; Lieutenant-Colonel J. F. Burgln, Aid- 
de-Canip ; Lifutcniiiit-Colonel K. J. Nortliam, Ald-de- 
Camp ; Lifuttuaut-Colonel Jefl'erson E, Doolittle, Aid- 
de Cump ; lieadquartor.s, San Frimcisco. 

StalV. — Col. J. K. Laiue, Surgeon ; Col. A. E. Castle, 
Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel Warren B. English, Inspector of Rifle 
Practice ; Lieiitenaut-Coloncl M. H. Hecht, Paymas- 
ter ; Lieutenant-Colonel Horace G. Plutt, Judge Ad- 
vocate ;Lie>iteuant-Colouel Edgar J. De Pue, Quarter- 
master ; Lieutenant-Colonel Ernst A. Denicke, Signal 
Othcer ; Lieutenant-Colonel A. V. Cutler, Division 
Inspector ; Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick W. Zelle, 
Ordnance Officer: Lieutenant-Colonel George B. 
Sperry, Commissary ; Lieutenant-Colonel Edward C. 
Hughes. Engineer Officer; Major Wm. B. Hooper, 
Aid-de-Camp ; Major Jos. G. Qeisting, Aid-de-Camp. 

Second Brigade. — That portion of the National 
Guard located in the City and County of San Francisco 
and the counties of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San 
Mateo, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Sonoma, 
Solano, Napa, San Benito, Monterey and Lake, now 
consists of three Regiments of Infantry, one Regi- 
ment of Artillery, and one Company of Cavalry, com- 
posing Second Brigade. Headquarters, Telephone 
Building, 'il6 Bush street. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 5 
p. M.; Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 1 p.m. Brigadier-General 
John H. Dickinson, commanding. 

Staff. — Lieutenant-Colonel William Edwards, As- 
eistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff; Major 
Victor D. Diiboce, Inspector; Major George Easton, 
Paymaster; Major Frank A. Vail, Commissary; Major 
Charles T. Stanley, Ordnance Officer; Major John N. 
E.Wilson, Jiidge Advocate; Maior Willis G. Dodd, 
Inspector of Rifle Practice ; Major D. E. Miles, Signal 
Officer ; Lieutenant-Colonel George M. Terrill, Sur- 
geon ; Major James A. White, Engineer Officer ; Major 
John E. Millar, Quartermaster ; Captain Fred S. Pott 
Jr.. Aid-de-Camp ; Captain Carlton 0. Coleman Aid- 
de-Camp ; Sergeant-Major E. D. Sparr, Staff Orderly ; 
Sergeant-Major Fred. M. Wilson, Staff Orderly. 

Signal Corps. — Second Brigade, N. G. 0. — Major 
D. E. Miles, Signal Officer; Captain Charles J. 
Evans, First Lieutenant; A. A. Hanks. Number of 
men under the commander, forty. Headquarters, 25 
Page street. 

FIRST INFANTRY REGIMENT. — Headquarters 
Telephone Building, 216 Bush. 

Field Officers.— Wm. P. Sullivan Jr., Colonel ; H. P. 
Bush, Lieutenant-Colonel ; George R. Burdick, 
Major. 

Staff Officers.— A. H. Williams, Adjutant; John 
Gallwey, Surgeon; Thos. M. Cluff, Quartermaster; 
D. C. Gray, Commissary; Wm. A. Halsted, Ordnance 
Officer; L. Barrere, Inspector Rifle Practice; L. W. 
Kuowlton, Sergeant-Major; W. S. Houghtaling, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant; Charles D. Steiger, Commissary 
Sergeant. 

Company A.— Robert A. Marshall, Captain ; E. V 
Sullivan, First Lieutenant; F. C. Fetter, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-seven. Ar- 
mory, 1327 Market street. 

Company B.— Irving B. Cook, Captain ; E. 0. 
Lundquist, First Lieutenant ; George Filmer, Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-four. 
Armory, 1327 Market street. 

Company C— Homer H. Woodruff, Captain ; A. J. 
Ruddock, First Lieutenant ; James W. Dumbrell, Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. Number of members, ninety-eight. 

Company D.— Charles Jansen, Captain; Edward A. 
Lindberg. Firgt Lieutenant; Arthur W. Baker, Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-four. 
Armory, 1327 Market street. 

Company F.— James A. Margo, Captain; J. F. Eg- 
gert. First Lieutenant ; W. H. F. James, Second Lieu- 
tenant. Number of members, sixty. Armory, 1327 
Market street. 

Company G.— Charles L. Tllden, Captain ; Chas. E. 
Thompson, First Lieutenant ; Edgar C. Sutliffe, Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. Number of members, ninety-eight. 



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Company H. — E. G. Eisen, Captain ; T. A. Evans, 
First Lieutenant; Oscar Heinroth, Second Lieuten- 
ant. Number of members, fifty-seven. Armory, 1327 
Market street. 

Cadet Company. — O. Tobriner, Captain ; L. E. 
Prescott, First Lieutenant; J. N. Elbert, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, eighty. Armory, 
Boys' High School. 

SECOND ARTILLERY REGIMENT.— Headquarters 
and armory, 25 Page street. 

Field Officers.— William Macdonald, Colonel ; Den-, 
nis Geary, Lieutenant-Colonel ; William D. Waters,' 
Major. 

Staff. — Captain A. J. Kelleher, Adjutant; Firs 
Lieutenant Fred F. Follis, Quartermaster; Cap 
tain Adolph Huber, Commissary ; First Lieuten- 
ant Henry Parsons, Paymaster; First Lieutenant 
Burns Macdonald, Ordnance Officer ; First Lieutenan^ 
F. A. Kuhls, Inspector Rifle Practice; Major Wil. 
Ham D. McCarthy, Surgeon. 

Battery A (Light Battery) .—John A. Koster, Cap- 
tain ; Otto F. Westphal, First Lieutenant; William 
H. Metson, First Lieutenant; J. H. Mangels, Second 
Lieutenant ; Robert H. Wleland, Second Lieutenant. 
Number of members, sixty. Armory, 1615 Pacific Av. 

Battery C— Charles Boxton, Captain; Reinhold 
Richter, First Lieutenant ; Herman Huber, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, seventy. Armory, 
25 Page street. 

Battery D. — A. B. C. Dohrmann, Captain; Christian 
F. Seitz, First Lieutenant; Edward C. Murray, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members sixty-six. Armory, 
25 Page street. 

Battery E. — Thos. J. Cunningham, Captain ; E. D. 

Finley, First Lieutenant ; , Second Lieutenant. 

Number of members sixty. Armory, 25 Page street. 

Battery F.— Charles F. Kinsman, Captain ; John A. 
Miller, First Lieutenant ; M. G. Bugbee, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members sixty. Armory, 
25 Page street. 

Battery G.— Thomas F. O'Neil, Captain; Edward 
D. Carroll, First Lieutenant ; Edw. W. Grady, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members sixty. Armory, 
25 Page street. 

Battery H. — John H. Leo, Captain ; Francis H. 
Kenny, First Lieutenant ; William H. Muenter, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members seventy. Armory, 
25 Page street. 

THIRD INFANTRY REGIMENT.— Headquarters 
72 Nevada Block ; Armory 28 Golden Gate Avenue. 

Field Officers. — Thomas F. Barry, Colonel ; Jere- 
miah O'Connor, Lieutenant Colonel ; John J. O'Brien, 
Major. 

Staft' Officers. — Capt. P. M. Delany, Adjutant; 

, Quartermaster; First Lieutenant Emll Kehr- 

leln. Commissary ; First Lieutenant Patrick J. G. 
Keune, Paymaster ; First Lieutenant Stephen O'Keeffe, 
Ordnance Officer; First Lieutenant Thomas Drady, 
Inspector Rifle Practice ; Major Jerome Hughes, Sur- 
geon ; Rev. Capt. Thomas Larkin, Chaplain. 

Company A. — James W. Duffey, Captain; J. F. Con- 
nolly, First Lieutenant ; John Thogode, Second Lieu- 
tenant. Number of members fifty-seven. 28 Golden 
Gate avenue. 

Company B. — Edward H. Kennedy, Captain ; James 
T. Burns, First Lieutenant; Henry H. Middleton, 
Second Lieutenant. Number of members sixty-one. 
28 Golden Gate aveniie. 

Company C. — Sam'l J. Ruddell, Captain ; 

, First Lieutenant ; Arthur J. Barlow, Second 

Lieutenant. Number of members fifty-nine. 28 
Golden Gate avenue. 

Company D.— Wm. M. Sullivan, Captain; Edward 
Fltzpatrick, First Lieutenant ; John T. Murphy, Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. Number of members sixty. 28 
Golden Gate avenue. 

Company E.— Harry J. Meagher, Captain; P. O. 

Mahoney, First Lieutenant ; 

Second Lieutenant. Number of members fifty-nine. 
28 Golden Gate avenue. 



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CoMPAirr F.— James F. Smith, Captain; F. W. 
Warren, First Lieutenant ; B. J. Judge, Second Lieu- 
tenant. Number of members sixty. 28 Golden Gate 
avenue. 

Company G.— Daniel J. Driscoll, Captain; Harry 
Driscoll, First Lieutenant ; Charles W. Ozias, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members sixty-four. 28 
Golden Gate avenue. 

FIFTH INFANTBY REGIMENT.— Headquarters 
Petaluma. 

Field Officers.— D. B.Fairbanks, Colonel Command- 
ing; A. K. Whitton. Lieutenant-Colonel; Frank R. 
O'Brien, Major. 

Staff.— Capt. D. A. Smith, Adjutant; First Lieuten- 
ant John Hendy, Quartermaster; Wm. G. Hawley, 
First Lieutenant and Commissary; First Lieutenant 
C. E. Singley, Paymaster; First Lieutenant James 
W. Cochrane, Ordnance OiHcer ; First Lieutenant 
E. S. Heller. Inspector of Rifle Practice ; Major 
William G. Mizner, Surgeon; Captain S. S. Fisk, 
Chaplain. 

Company A.— (Oakland)— Charles T. Poulter, Cap- 
tain ; Isidore L. Cavasso, First Lieutenant ; C. T. 
Poulter, Second Lieutenant. Number of members, 
sixty-seven. 

Company B.— (San Jos^) — Charles A. Hagan, Cap- 
tain ; H. L. Partridge, First Lieutenant ; F. L. Mache- 
fert. Second Lieutenant. Number of members, fifty, 
three. 

Company C. — (Petaluma) — Thomas Maclay, Cap- 
tain ; E. L. Emmons, First Lieutenant ; J. T. Stone, 
Second Lieutenant. Number of members, fifty-nine. 

Company D.— (San Rafael) —William Elliott, Cap- 
tain ; John P. Davenport, First Lieutenant ; Frank 
J. Murray, Second Lieutenant. Number of mem- 
bers, seventy. 

Company E.— (Santa Rosa) L. W. Juilliard, Cap- 
tain ; John Dunbar, First Lieutenant ; Chas. H. 
Holmes, Second Lieutenant. Number of members, 
fifty-five. 

Company F. — (Oakland) — John F. Hayes, Captain; 
E. G. Hunt, First Lieutenant; G. H. Wethern, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, fifty-five. 

FIRST TROOP CAVALRY. — Headquarters, 318 
O'Farrell street. 

S. P. Blumenberg, Captain; John M. Brunson, First 
Lieutenant; Chas. W. Lineker, First Lieutenant; John 
T. Stone, Second Lieutenant. 

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. — The following 
companies are independent of the National Guard of 
California, and not under control of the State mill* 
tary authorities : 

Austrian Militaey Co. — Organized March, 1879. 
Armory, 35 Eddy street. 

EiNTBACHT Rifle Section. — Organized, 1876. Num- 
ber of members, sixty-five. Armory, 316 Post street. 

French Zouaves. — Organized May, 1870. Number 
of members, one hundred and fifty-five. Armory, 810 
Pacific street. 

Gaeibaldi Guard.— Organized June 6, 1868. Num- 
ber of members, seven hundred. Armory, 423 Broad- 
way street. 

Independent Rifles. — Organized March 8, 1877. 
Number of members, seventy-five. Armory, 620 
Bush street. 

Italian Sharpshooters (Bersaglieri Italiani). — 
Organized May, 1878. Number of members, eighty- 
three. Armory, northwest corner Union and Stockton 
street. 

Juarez GuABD.—Organized October 17, 1871. Num- 
ber of members, two hundred and seventeen. 
Armory, Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific street. 

Lafayette Guard. — Organized June 1, 1868. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred and forty. Armory, 
730 Montgomery street. 

ScHUETZEN Veeein. — Organized September, 1859. 
Ntmiber of members, one hundred and fifty. Armory, 
620 Bush street. 



Swiss Sharpshooters and Benevolent Society. — 
Organized March, 1860. Number of members,, 
ninety-three. Armory, French Zouave Hall, 808 Pa- 
cific street. 

VETERANS NATIONAL GUARD OF CALIFORNIA. 
Organized May 16th, 1888. Objects — To promote 
social union and fellowship ; to assist its members in 
all just claims for the rights and benefits conferred 
upon them by the laws of the State of California, and 
to advance the interests of the National Guard. Seven 
years' service in the National Guard of the State is a 
pre-requisite to membership. 

Meets quarterly, on the third Wednesdays of Feb- 
ruary, May, August and November, at the Nationals 
Armory, 324 Post. 

Officers.- Captain Charles L. Tilden, Commander ; 
Brigadier-General John H. Dickinson, Vice-Comman- 
der; Corporal John T. Dispaux, Recorder; Captain 
Charles P. Le Breton. Financier ; Colonel C. L. Tay- 
lor, Treasurer. 



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CALVARY (Roman Catholic) .—West side Broder- 
ick street, between Geary and Turk streets. 

CITY. — North of Point Lobos avenue from Thirty 
third avenue to Forty-eighth avenue. 

CYPRESS LAWN (Bon-sectarlan) office 9 City Hall 
avenue. Cemetery San Mateo County between Holy 
Cross and Hills of Eternity 

FRENCH CEMETERY.— North of Point Lobos av- 
enue near Thirty-third avenue. 

GREEK. — North of Point Lobos avenue, near Thirty- 
third avenue. 

HILLS OF ETERNITY CEMETERY (Hebrew) — 
EMANUEL.— San Mateo County near County Line. 
Office NE cor Post and Taylor streets. 

HOLY CROSS (Roman Catholic) .—Cemetery Sta- 
tion, San Mateo Co. 

HOME OF PEACE (Hebrew) .—San Mateo County 
near County Line. 

ITALIAN. — West of Thirty-third avenue near Ocean 
Beach. 

LAUREL HILL (Lone Mountain) . — Central avenue, 
between Post and California streets. 

MASONIC. — South side of Turk street, between 
Masonic and Parker avenues. Office, Masonic Temple. 

NATIONAL CEMETERY.— Presidio Reservation. 

ODD FELLOWS'.— South side Point Lobos avenue 
between Parker and First avenues. 

SALEM. — Jewish Cemetery of Congregation Beth 
Israel (Old) Point LoboB avenue near Sutro Heights 
(New) San Mateo. 



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PUBLIC STREETS, AVENUES, SQUARES, PLACES, 



OF THE CONSOLIDATED 



CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL MAPS, 1868, 1870, AND 1872 

AND SUBSEQUENT OBDINANOES 



ExpLANATonr.— ThP Ordinance for re-numberlng the buildings of this city provides that " Market Street shall be the 
stanlnt; point for the numbers of all buildings fronting on the streets running therefrom In a northerly direction, and also 
for those running therefrom in a southeasterly direction. The streets laid down !n the official map of the city as forming 
tlie water front thereof shall be the starting point for numbers on all streets running westerly and southwesterlv there- 
from, except upon such streets running westerly commencing from Market Street, and upon all such streets. Market 
Street shall be the starting point for numbers. On all streets the numbers on the right hand side, starting from the point 
of beginning, are even numbers, and on the left hand side, odd numbers. One hundred numbers, or as many thi-reof as 
may be necessary, shall be allotted to each block bounded by principal streets; numbers 100, 200, and 300 being respect- 
ively the numbers for commencing the blocks distant one, two, and three streets from the starting point on the side 
designated for even numbers, and numbers 101, 201, and 'Ml, In similar manner for the opposite side of the street, 
throughout Its extent; so that the initial figure of the number'placed oi^ a building at any street-crossing shall indicate 
the number of main streets such street-crossing is from the starting point. Not less than twenty feet In frontage of all 
vacant lots of ground shall be allowed for each number. On all cross or Intermediate streets the numbering shall com- 
mence where said streets begin, and shall conform to the plan specified in this Order." 

By this new decimal system of numbering buildings, the exact location of any number is readily ascertained; for 
example, if you want to And 624 Montgomery, it is on the east side of the block extending from Clay to Washington, 
which is the seventh from Market— Commercial and Merchant being private streets. Again, 825 Clay is on the ninth 
block from the water front, which is the one e.xtending from Dupont to Stockton. It must be borne In mind that one 
hundred numbers are allowed on each block between principal streets. 

The following streets are but partially opened, and each differ materially from the plan originally laid out, viz: 
Clementina, Ecker, Jessie, Minna, Natonia, Rltch, Shipley, Stevenson, and Tehama. 

The territory lying west of Laurel Hill and Odd Fellows' Cemetery, and generally known as the Outside Lands, has 
recently been surveyed, and Is designated on the new official City and County Map as avenues and streets. Those 
running north and south are named respectively from First to Forty-ninth avenues, and those running east and west, 
from First avenue to the Ocean, and parallel with Point Lobos Avenue, A to W streets. 

Reference Is frequently made in the Register of Names to the following, and which are located as follows: Hoadley's 
Addition, situated west of Pierce and between Geary and Washington; Horner's Addition, south and near the Mission 
Dolores; Western Addition, west of Larkln; San Miguel Ranch, southwest and near the Mission Dolores; Bernal Heights 
(B. H.), south of Twenty-sixth Street, between San Bruno and San Jos6 Roads; and University Mound Tract (U. M. T.), 
west of San Bruno Boad, five miles from the City Hall. See, also, Prominent Places, end Street Directory. 

(6) Street not opened, (c) Fractional blocks, one hundred numbers allowed for first two blocks, (d) Fronting the 

bay. (c) Street ends. ( ) Street does not cross. B. H., Bernal Heights. U. M. T., University Mound Tract, g. S. F., 

South San Francisco. A blank Is used where the number at the crossing of a street could not be ascertained. 

NOTE W^ITH KEPERE-CE TO SOUTH SAJf FRANCISCO STREETS.— The names of 
the Avenues in S<^uth San Franeiseo have been ohangred back by an ordinance uf <he 
Board of SiiperviHors to tlie origrinal numbers with the addition of the word South. 
For Instance: Fifteentli Av. Soutli, lormei-lj Tcnerilt'e St. The cross streets nhich were 
originally lettered were some years ag^o siven names in place of the letters, and such 
changre still remains in force. 



A, bet Point Lobos av and 

B fm First av W. 
A. South S F. See Alle- 

(fhany. 

Aberdeen, bet Jonah 
and Albert fm Sunny "Vale 
Homestead Association S 
to County line (formerly 
Elk). 

Academy, bet Chenery 
and San Jose Railroad 
fm Charles to Fairmount, 
Fairmount Tract. 

Acadia, Sunnyside Tract. 

Accacia, fm Ocean House 
Road SW San Miguel. 

Acorn Alley, bet Cali- 
fornia and Sacramento, fm 
Leavenworth W. 

Acton, West End Home- 
stead. 

Ada Alley, bet Hyde 
and Leavenworth fm Ada 
Court E. 

Ada Conrt, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm O'Far- 
rell N. 

Adair, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth fm Howard Sv 
to Capp 

Adam, N and S s Eve bet 
San Bruno Road and Cali- 
fornia av, n II 

Addison, tni Bemis W to 
Castro, Fairmount Tract 
(formerly Lewis). 

Adelaide Place, bet 
Geary and Post fm Taylor 
W. 

Adele, bet Alratraz and 
Strlngham fm Islals Creek 
S to Hecker 

Adele Alley, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Jackson 
N. 



A d 1 e r , bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Dupont E 
to Montgomery av 

Adona Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Wash- 
ington N. 

Agnate Alley, bet Tay- 
lor and Jones fm Post N 
to Lewis pi. 

Ajsrnes liane, bet Stock- 
ton and Dupont fmValleJo 

Aileen Avenne, bet 

Dolores and Guerrero fm 
Fifteenth N. 

Alabama, bet Florida 
and Harrison fm Channel 
S to Butte (formerly Co- 
lumbia). 

Alameda, bet Channel 
and El Dorado fm the bay 
W to Harrison. 

Alamo Square, bet 
Scott and Steiner, Hayes 
and Fulton. 

Alaska, bet Water Front 
and Mexico fm Water 
Fronts to India. 

Alaska Place, bet Bay 
and North Pt. fm Jlason VV. 

Albany, bet Sixteenth 
and Tllden fm Castro W. 

Albert, Sunny Vale 
Homestead. 

Albert Alley, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Dolores W. 

Albion Avenne. bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Fifteenth to Seventeenth 
(formerly Second av). 

AlcatraK, bet Adele and 
Bourn fm Islals Creek S 
to Hecker, Gift Map No 
4 (formerly Chase). 



Aleatraz Square, bet 

Jefferson and N Point, 
Franklin and Gough. 

Alder Alley, bet Guer- 
rero and Fair (laks fm 
Twenty-firsts to Twenty- 
fourth. 

Aldine, fm Willard E to 
Masonic Cemetery. 

Alemany Avenue, 
Academy Tract. 

Alemany Avenne, bet 
Dolores and Church fm 
Seventeenth to Church 
lane 

Alger Place, bet Harri- 
son and Bryant fin First E 

Algeria, South S F, bet 
Sumatra and Lahalna fm 
Islals Creek SE to Water 
Front. 

Alice, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom to 
Louisa. 

Alice Alley, bet Taylor 
and Jones from Post N to 
Lewis. 

Alleghany, South S F, 
bet Ship and St Lawrence 
fm St Thomas SW to 
County lino. 

Allen, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Hyde W 275 ft 
and thence at right angles 
S 57 ft. 

Allen, BH. See Bronte 

Alleys Court, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Greenwich N. 

Allison, West End Map 
No 2 and Svndicates First 
Addition. 

Alma Avenne, bet 
Grattan and RIvoll av fm 
Stan van E. Clarendon 
Heights. 



Almera, bet Leaven 
worth and Hyde fm ClayN 

Alta, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Sansome AV. 

Aljpine, bet Castro and 
Broderick fm Ridley to 
Fourteenth (formerly Em- 
ma). 

Alta Plaza, bet Scott and 
Steiner, Jackson and Clay. 

Alvarado, bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third 
fm San Jose Av to Dia- 
mond (formerly M). 

Amador, bet Islals and 
Calaveras fm the bay to 
Honduras. 

Amazon, E s County 
Road 5'e miles fm City 
Hall,E. H. A. 

Amboy Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Union N 

Amherst, bet Princeton 
and Yale Im Silver av S, 
U. M. T. 

Amity Alley, bet Mont- 
gomery av and Mason fm 
Chestnut S. 

Anderson, bet MInot 
and Ellsworth fm Cort- 
land av N, B H, Gift 
Maps Nos 1 and 3. 

Andover Avenue, fm 
Cortland av S to Holiday 
MapA(formerly Laurel av) 

Andrew, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Folsom N. 

Angelica, bet Valencia 
and Guerrero fm Nine- 
teenth S. 

Ankeny Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Powell E. 

Anna Iiane, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Eddy to 
Ellis. See Olasgow. 



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Annie, bet New Mont- 
gomery and Third fin Mar- 
ket to Mission. 

Antliony, bet First and 
Second fm Mission N. 

Antonio, bet Ellis and 
O'Farrell fm Jones W. 

Apollo, bet Kansas and 
Venus fm Thornton av 
S to Wiliams av, Silver 
Terrace. 

Appleton, bet Baker av 

and Charity fm Washua S. 

Arago, fm Havelock NB. 
Belleroche City. 

Arch, City Land Associa- 
tion. 

Argentine, South S F, 
bet Guatemala and Ecua- 
dor fm San Bruno Koad to 
County line. 

Arizona, bet Colorado 
and Idaho f m Water Front 
S to India. 

Arkansas, bet Connecti- 
cut and Wisconsin ftn Cen- 
ter S to Tulare. 

Arlington, fm San Jose 
Road nr Charles SW to 
Mateo. 

Arlington Avenue, 
W of J ales av fm Ocean 
House Road S to Lake- 
view av. 

Army, bet Twenty-sixth 
and Twenty-seventh fin 
San Bruno Koad W to 
Bellevue. 

Ask A-venne, bet Fulton 
and McAllister fia Larkln 
to Fillmore. 
South Street N. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

Astaburton Place, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Du- 
pont B. 

Askbnry, bet Masonic av 
and Clayton fm Fulton S. 

Astor, bet Medford and 
Walbridge, Vlsitacion Val- 
ley. 

Atkens, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Attridge Alley, bet 
Jones and Leavenworth 
fm Filbert N. 

Auburn, bet Mason and 
Taylor lin Jackson to Pa- 
ciflc. 

August Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Green N. 

Augusta, South S F, S ot 
Helena fm Silver av W to 
York. 

Austin Avenue, bet 
Pine and Bush fm Larkln 
to Octavia. 

South Street. N. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

(e) Octavia (e) 

Averill Avenue, bet 

Fifth and Sixth fm Harri- 
son S. See Madison 

Azores, South S F, bet 
Gibraltar and Guadaloupe 
fm Charter Oak av to 
County line. 

Aztec, S of Montezuma 
fm Coso av B to Califor- 
nia av. B H, Gift Map 
No 3. " 

B, bet A and C fm First av 
W. 

B, South S F. See St. 
liaw^rence. 

Bacbe, bet Porter and 
Andover av fm Crescent 
av S, B H. 



Bacon, bet Burrow and 

Wavland, fm Potrero av 

W, V. M. T. 
Baden, Snnnyside Tract. 
Badger, Spring Valley 

Homestead Association. 
Bagley Place, bet Du- 

pont and Stockton from 

O'Farrell N. 
Babania, Soutb S F, bet 

Trinidad and Corea fm 

Schneider SB to Water 

Front. 

Baker, bet Broderlck and 

Lyon fm Haightto Lewis. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Haight 2 

101 Page 100 

201 Oak ■.... 200 

301 Fell 300 

401 Hayes 400 

501 Grove 500 

601 Fulton 600 

701 McAllister 700 

801 Golden Gate av 800 

Turk 

Calvary Cemetery 

1301 Geary 1300 

1401 Post 1400 

1501 Sutter 150O 

1601 Bush 1600 

1701 Pine 1700 

1801 California 1800 

1901 Sacramento 1900 

2001 Clay 2000 

2101 Washington 2100 

2201 Jackson 2200 

2301 Pacific 2300 

2401 Broadway 2400 

2501 Vallejo 2500 

2601 Green 2600 

2701 Union 2700 

2801 Filbert 2800 

2901 Greenwich 2900 

3001 Lombard 3000 

3101 Chestnut 3100 

3201 Francisco ;^00 

3301 Bay: 3300 

3401 North Point 3400 

3501 Beach 3500 

3601 Jefferson 3600 

3701 Tonquin.. 3700 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Baker Avenue, fm 
Kaihoad av E to Islais 
Creek. 
Balance, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Jack- 
son to Gold. 
Baldwin Court, bet 
Fremont and First fm Fol- 
som NE. 
Balmy, bet Harrison and 
Treat av, fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sixth 
Baltimore Park, bet 
Ridley and Fourteenth fm 
Guerrero AV to Dolores. 
Banks, fm California av 

S to Orescent av, B H. 
Bannam Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 
Barbadoes, South S F, 
bet Uruguay and Poito 
Rico fm Railroad av to 
Countv line. 
Barlon, E of Cad wallader 
fm Garibaldis., Gift Map 
No. 4. 
Barneveld Avenue, 
B of San Bruno Road fm 
Conkling S to Silver av. 
B artlett, bet Valencia 
and Mission fm Twenty- 
first S to Serpentine av. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Twenty-first 2 

101 Twenty-second 100 

201 Twenty-third 200 

301 Twenty-fourth 300 

401 Twenty-fifth 400 

50i Twenty-sixth 500 

(«) SerpentineA venue (e) 

Bartlett, bet Warren and 

Merced fm Thirtieth S to 

Laldley. See Harper. 

Bartlett Alley. See 

liOzier. 
Bartol, bet Sansome and 
Montgomery fm Vallejo S. 



Battery, bet Front and 
Sansome fm Market to 
the Bay 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Bush.. 2 

101 Pine 100 

201 California 200 

213 Halleck 

301 Sacramento 300 

315 Commercial 312 

401 Clay 400 

417 Merchant, 416 

501 Washington 500 

— — Oregon 512 

601 Jackson 600 

701 Pacific 700 

Chambers 710 

801 Broadway 800 

901 Vallejo 900 

1001 Green 1000 

Commerce 

1101 Union 1100 

1201 Filbert 1200 

1301 Greenwich (d) 

(e) Lombard (e) 

Bauer, Academy Tract. 
Baum Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason f m Union N 

Bay, bet Francisco and 
North Point fm Kearny to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. JSf. iide. 

1 Kearny 2 

101 Dupont 100 

Midway East 

201 Stockton 200 

Midway West 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 40O 

501 Taylor 500 

601 Jones 600 

Montgomery av ... 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkln 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness av 

1201 Franklin 

1301 Gough 

1401 Octavia 

Laguna ..1500 

Buchanan 1600 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Steiner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devisadero 2200 

2301 Broderlck 2300 

2401 Baker 2400 

(6) Lyon (e) 

Bay View Place, bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
fm Union N. 
Bay Avenue, bet First 
and Second fm Bryant S. 

Beack, bet North Point 

and Jefferson fin Dupont 

to Presidio Reservation. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

(d) Dupont 2 

(d) Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

301 Mason 300 

401 Taylor 400 

501 Jones 500 

601 Leavenworth 600 

Montgomery av... 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkln 800 

901 Polk 900 

Van Ness av 

Gov't Reservation 

1401 Laguna 1400 

1501 Buchanan .....1500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Steiner 1800 

1901 Pierce ■ 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devisadero 2100 

2201 Broderlck 2200 

2301 Baker 2300 

(ej Lyon (e) 

Beacon, fm Castro SE to 
Bemis, thence W to Cas- 
tro. 



101 



Beale, bet Main and Fre- 
mont fm Market SB to the 
bay. 
S.W. Street. N.E. 

1 Market 2 

Vischer place 

Mission 100 

Bertha 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Beale place 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

(e) Brannan (e) 

Beale Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm 
Main W. 

Beaver, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth fm Noe W tc 
Castro. 

Becker Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Taylor E. 

Bedford Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 
Jackson N. 

Beideman, bet Devisa- 
dero and Scott fm EUlB to 
O'FarreU. 

Belcber, bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth fm Market 
N 

Belden, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Bush to 
Pine. 

Belgrave Avenucbet 
Eighteenth and Claren- 
don av from Stanyan E., 
Clarendon Heights. 

Bellair Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
()hestnutto Francisco 

Bellevue, W of Ellen fin 
Elizabeth to Thirtieth 

Bellevue Avenue, 
West End Homestead As- 
sociation. 

Bemis, fm Beacon SB to 
Fairmount, thence SW to 
Castro. 

Bennington, bet Wool 
and North av, B H. 

Benton Avenue, fm 
Andover av nr Crescent 
av. 

Beppeler, San Miguel. 

Bergen Alley, bet Bay 
and North Point, fm Hyde 
W. 

Berkeley Avenue,bet 
Folsom St. and Gunnison 
av fm Precita nl S., Pre- 
cita Vallev Lands. 

Berkele.r, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Mission to How- 
ard. 

Berkskire, Mission and 
Thirtieth Street Exten- 
sion Homestead Union. 

Berlin, bet Girard and 
Goettingen fm Silver av S. 

Bermuda, South S F, 
bet Granada and Malta fm 
Railroad av to Water 
Front. 

Bernadotte, bet Islais 
and Schneider fm Islais 
Creek channel NE to Ven- 
ezuela. 

Bernal, E of San Bruno 
Road fm Vermont to Ma- 
rengo. See Iiioomis. 

Bernal, fm Sepentine av 
S to Precita av. 

Bernard, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fin Taylor to 
Leavenworth 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Taylor. 2 

101 Jones 100 

(e) Leavenworth (e) 

Bernice, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Twelfth to 
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Berr.r, bet King and Chan- 
nel S\V fm Second to 
Eighth. 
S.E. Street. N.W. 

1 Second 2 

Hammond pi 

101 Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin 

Tevig 

201 rourth'.'."."!!!!.'.'".'".' 200 

301 Fifth 300 

401 Sixth 400 

501 Seventh 500 

(e) Eighth (e) 

Berry, bet Sutter and Bush 
fm Dupont E. See Mar- 
tin. 

Bertlia, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Beale W. 

Betilah, bet Frederick 
and Waller fm Cole to 
Stanyan, formerly Kate, 
In Baseball Grounds 

Bisrelow, fm w line Sun- 
ny Vale Homestead to San 
ilateo Co. line. 

Bigrs.s, E. of Mazzinl fm 
Precita Creek S.E. to 
Schneider, Gift Map No. 4. 

Billings Place, bet 
Montgomery andSansome 
fm Filbert N. 

Birch Avenne, bet 

Grove and Fulton fm Lar- 
kinW. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna fiOO 

701 Buchanan 700 

Bird Avenue, bet Sev- 
enteenth and Eighteenth 
Valencia and Guerrero, fm 
Dearborn Place 

Bi.sniarck, San Miguel. 

Blackstone I»lace,fm 
Lombard nr Larkin N. 

Blaine, fm North av E to 
Prentiss, B H. 

Blake, bet ColUnB and 
Cook fm St Rose's av N to 
Laurel Hill Cemetery. 

Blanche Alley, bet 
Sanchez and Vlcksburg fm 
Twenty-third N. 

Blossom, bet Qulnn and 
Fourteenth, fm Valencia 
to Guerrero. 

Bluxome, bet Brannan 
and Townsend fm First 
SW, and bet Brannan and 
Townsend fm Fourth SW 
to Sixth. 

Boardnian Place, bet 
Sixth and Seventh fm 
Brannan to Bryant. 

Boise, bet Idaho and Cal- 
ifornia av fm Powhattan 
S., B. H., Barman'sMap. 

Bolivia, South S F, S of 
Carthagena fm San Bruno 
lioad SE. 

Bond, bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth fm Mission to 
Glen Park av. 

Bond. See Dehone. 

Bond Alley, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Green- 
wich S. 

Bone Alley, bet Mont 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 

Bonita, bet Vallejo and 
Green fm Polk to Van Ness 
av — -----^ 

Boston Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm First 
E. 

Bosnorth, W fm Mis- 
sion to Castro opp St 
Mary's College. De Boom 
Tract. 



Bonrbin Place, bet 

Stelner and Pierce fm Ed- 
dy to Ellis. 

Bourbon, bet Precita 
t;reek and Norman fm Or- 
leans NE. 

Bourne, bet Alcatraz and 
Llewellvn fm Kossuth S 
to Hecker, Gift Map No. 4 

Boutn'ell, bet Steuben 
and Charter Oak av fm 
Islais Creek S. 

Bon'doin, bet Hamilton 
and Dartmouth fm Silver 
av S, U. M. T. 

Bower Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Green S. 

Bowie Avenue, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Eleventh E. 

Bowles Place. See 
Tonninssen Place 

Bowman Place. S s 

Bryant nr First. 
Boyce, bet Cook and Wil- 
liamson fm Gearv N. 
Boyd, bet Harrison and 

Bryant, Seventh and 

Eighth, and E and W sides 

Chesley. 
Boylsion, bet Holyoke 

and Hamilton fm Silver 

av N to Eickard. 
Bradford, fm Cortland 

av N to California av BH. 
Brady, bet Potter and 

Hermann fm Market SE to 

Mission. 

Brady Place. See 
Rockland. 

Brannan,bet Bryant and 
Townsend SWfm Beale to 
Potrero av. 
S.E. Street. N. W. 

1 Beale 2 

101 Fremont 100 

201 First 200 

.SOI Second 300 

311 Stanford 

Central place 

371 Thompson avenue 

401 Third 400 

417 Kltch 416 

Zoe 430 

501 Fourth 500 

601 Fifth 600 

701 Sixth 70O 

Clinton 

Geneva 

Boardman place ... 

Brannan place 

Gilbert 

801 Seventh 800 

Norton court 

901 Eighth 900 

Converse 

1001 Ninth 1000 

Brannan Place, bet 

Sixth and Seventh fm 
Brannan SE. 

Brazil Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Assoclat'n 

Brenham Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 
Clay to Washington. 

Brewster, fm Hope SW 
to California av,B H. 

Bridg:e Place, bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
fm Broadways. 

Bright, nr San Miguel 
Station. 

Brighton Avenue, 
bet Plymouth and Leeavs 
fm Ocean House Road S 
to Lakeview av. Lake- 
view. 

Broad, W b Old San Jos6 
Road nr San Miguel Sta- 
tion. 

Broad's Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkln fm Bush 
N. 



Broadway, bet Pacific 

and Vallejo fm Davis W. 
South. Street. M side. 

1 Davis 2 

101 Front 100 

201 Battery 200 

Stevens alley 

301 Sansome 300 

321 Prescott 

Bartol 340 

401 Montgomery 400 

Rowland 

501 Kearny 500 

Pinckney 620 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Dupont 600 

Duncan court 620 

701 Stockton 700 

709 Virginia court 

Morey alley 730 

801 Powell 800 

817 Scott place 

901 Mason 900 

921 Salmon 

1001 Taylor. 1000 

Sweet 

Florence 

1101 Jones 1100 

1201 Leavenworth 1200 

1205 Morse place 

1213 Bridge 

1301 Hyde 1300 

1401 Larkin 1400 

Maxwell 

1501 Polk 1500 

1601 Van Ness avenue .1600 

1701 Franklin 1700 

1801 Gough 1800 

1901 Octavla 1900 

2001 Laguna. 2000 

2101 Buchanan 2100 

2201 AVebster 2200 

2301 Fillmore 230o 

2401 Steiner 2400 

2.W1 Pierce 2500 

2601 Scott 2600 

2701 Devlsadero 2700 

2801 Broderlck 2800 

2901 Baker 2900 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Broderich, bet Devlsa- 
dero and Baker fm Waller 
to Lewis. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Waller 2 

101 Haight 100 

201 Page 200 

301 Oak 300 

401 Fell 400 

501 Haves 500 

601 Grove 600 

701 Fulton 700 

801 McAllister 800 

901 Golden Gate av 900 

1001 Turk 1000 

1101 Eddy 1100 

1201 Ellis 1200 

1301 O'Farrell. 1300 

1401 Geary 1400 

Garden av 

1501 Post 1500 

1601 Sutter 1600 

1701 Bush 1700 

1801 Pine 1800 

1901 California 1900 

2001 Sacramento 2000 

2101 Clav 2100 

2201 Washington 2200 

2:«1 Jackson 2.300 

2401 PaclUc 2400 

2.501 Broadway 2500 

2601 Vallejo 2600 

2701 Green 2700 

2S01 Union 2800 

2901 Filbert 2900 

.3001 Greenwich 3000 

3101 Lombard 3100 

3201 Chestnut 3200 

3301 Francisco 3300 

3401 Bay 3400 

3.501 NorthPoint 3500 

3601 Beach 3600 

3701 Jefferson 3700 

3801 Tonquin 3800 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Broderick Avenue, 

bet Eleventh and Potter 

fm Market S. 
Bronte, bet Mercer and 

Putnam fm Cortland av S 

to Crescent av., B. H. 



Brook, fm Dolores nr 
Thirtieth E to San Jos6 
Road. 

Brooklyn Place, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento S. 

Brooks, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Market to 
Geary. 

Brosnan, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fm Valencia 
to Guerrero. 

Brown's Alley, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Mc- 
Allister N. 

Bruce Avenue, fm 
Harold av E, Lakeview. 

Bruce Place, bet Lang- 
ton and Otis pi fm Folsom 
SE. 

Brunswick, West End 
Homestead, Syndicates 
First Addition 

Bryan Place. See 
Bnrnett Place. 

Bryant, bet Harrison and 
Brannan SW fm Spear to 
Eleventh. 
S.-E. Street. JV.TV. 

1 Spear 2 

101 Main lOO 

211 Beale 200 

301 Fremont 30O 

401 First 400 

Eilery 

419 Rincon place 418 

443 Stanly place 444 

501 Second 500 

533 Central place 

601 Third 600 

615 Ritch 

635 Zoe 

701 Fourth 700 

801 Fifth 800 

Averillav 

Oak Grove av 

Morris av 

900 Sixth 900 

Clinton 

Garden 

Jones place 

Gilbert 

1001 Seventh lOOO 

Langton 

Victor 

Decatur 

1101 Eighth 1100 

1117 Converse 

Preston place 1118 

1201 Ninth 120O 

Dore 

1301 Tenth 1300 

(e) Eleventh (e) 

Bryant Avenue, bet 

York and Florida fm Chan- 
nel S to Serpentine av. 

Bryant Avenue, bet 

Eighth and Ninth. See 
Preston Place. 

Buchanan, bet Laguna 

and Webster fm Market N 
to Lewis. 
W. Street. E. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Hermann lOO 

201 Waller. 200 

301 Haight 300 

Rose avenue 

401 Page 400 

Lily avenue 

501 Oak 50O 

Hickory avenue... 
601 Fell 600 

Linden avenue 

701 Hayes 700 

Ivy avenue„ 

801 Grove 800 

Birch avenue 

901 Fulton 900 

Ash avenue 

1001 McAllister 1000 

Locust avenue 

1101 Golden Gate av 1100 

Elm avenue 

1201 Turk 1200 

Laurel avenue 

1301 Eddy 1300 



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B ncli an an — 

Willow avenue 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Olive avenue 

1501 O'Farrell 1500 

1601 Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter. 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 CaUfornia 2100 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

2301 Clay 2300 

2401 Washington 2400 

2501 Jackson 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Vallejo 2S00 

2901 Green 2900 

3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Plxley 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

3301 Lombard 3300 

Chestnut 

Lobos Square 

3601 Bay 3600 

3701 NorthPoint 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jefferson 3900 

4001 Tonquln„. 4000 

(e) Lewis ....„ (e) 

Bnelianan Alley, bet 

First and Second fm How- 
ard to Tehama 

Buena Vista, fm Cort- 
land av N E to Coso av. 

Buena Vista Park, 
bet Utah and Vermont, 
Napa and Shasta. 

Barcbam Place, het 
Golden Gate av and Turk 
fm Leavenworth W. 

Bnrgoyne Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 
fm Pacific S. 

Burnett Place, bet 
Sansome and Montgom- 
ery fm Bush N. 

Burnside Avenue, fm 
Berkshire NE to Mission 
and Thirtieth Street Ex- 
tension Homestead. 

Bnrritt, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Bush S. 

Bnrroff 8, bet Felton and 
Bacon fm Potrero av W, 
U. M. T. 

Burton, E of San Bruno 
Eoad 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Bnsli, bet Sutter and Pine 
tm Market W to Central av 

Scnith. Street. iV. side. 
1 Market and Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 Sansome 200 

Burnett place 206 

301 Montgomery 300 

306 KusB alley 

311 Trinity.. 

Belden 342 

401 Kearny 400 

St George aUey 406 

407 Clara lane 

433 Mary lane 

501 Grant avenue — — 

Dupont 500 

Chatham place 518 

601 Stockton 600 

603 Bnrritt 

Momoe 610 

615 Chelsea place 

701 Powell 700 

Bush-street place.. 714 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor 900 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

1201 Hyde 1200 

Edward 

1301 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenne..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 



2301 Stelner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devisndero 2600 

2701 Broderick 3700 

2801 Baker. 2800 

2901 Lyon 2900 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Busb-st Place, bet 

Powell and Mason fm 

Bush N. 
Butler, fm California av 

S to Cortland av, B H. 
Buttcbet Solano andNapa 

fm the bay W to Harrison 
Byington Avenue, 

bet Ellis and O'FarreU fm 

Webster to Steiner. 
Byrne, fm Islais Creek 

SE to Baker av, Gift Map 

No 4. 
Byrne. See Peabody. 
Byron, fm Montcalm S to 

Hope, B H. 
Byron. See Regent. 

Byxbee, bet Monticello 
and Ralston fm Worcester 
av N. 

C, South SF. See James. 

C, bet B and D fm First av 
W. 

Cabot, bet Samoset and 
Star SE fm California av 
to Franconia av, B H. 

Cadell Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Union N. 

Cadwallader. E of Is- 
lais Creek fm Garibaldi S, 
Gift Map No 4. 

Calaveras, het Amador 
and Mendocino fm the bay 
W to Honduras. 

Caledonia Alley, bet 

Valencia and Julian av fm 
Fifteenth N and S. 
Calbonn, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fin Green 
to Union 

California, het Pine and 
Sacramento fm Market W 

South. Street. iV". side. 

1 Market & Drumm 2 

101 Davis 100 

201 Front 200 

301 Battery 300 

401 Sansome 400 

421 Leidesdorff 424 

501 Montgomery 500 

531 Spring 

- — Webb 532 

601 Kearny 600 

625 St Mary's place 

637 Quincy 

701 Dupont 700 

Selina place 716 

725 Grace terrace 

801 Stockton 800 

Ellick lane 

Pratt place 812 

821 Prospect place 820 

Miles court 832 

901 Powell 900 

Gustavus 920 

1001 Mason 1000 

Cushman 1016 

1101 Taylor 1100 

1201 Jones 1200 

- — Highland Terrace.. 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

Helen place 

1401 Hyde 1400 

1501 Larkin 1500 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue. 1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavia 2000 

2101 Laguna 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster 2300 

Middle 

2401 Fillmore 2400 

2501 Steiner 2500 

2601 Pierce 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devisadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker 3000 



3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

Walnut 3300 

Laurel 3400 

Locust 3500 

Spruce 3600 

Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

3901 Fh-st av 3900 

California Avenue, 

E of San Jos6 Road and W 

of San Bruno Road, B H. 

California Soutb, bet 

California and Clement fm 
First av W to Fifth av. 

Canibridgcbet Yale and 
Oxford fm Silver av S, U. 
M. T. 

Camille Place, bet 
Taylor and Jones fm Wash- 
ington N. 

Camp, bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth fm Guerrero 
E. 

Campbell, bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Dolo- 
res B. 

Canal, N of Lewis fm 
Mission E. College Home- 
stead Assn. 

Capitol, W of Old San 
JosS Road nr San Miguel 
Station. 

Capitol Avenue, bet 
Faxton and Miramar avs 
fm Ocean House Road S 
to Lakeview av. Lake- 
view. 

Capp, bet Mission and 
Howard fin Fifteenth S 
to Serpentine av. 

East. Street. W. side. 
1 Fifteenth. 2 

101 Sixteenth.'.".'.".!!!!!".".'.! 100 

201 Seventeenth 200 

301 Eighteenth 300 

401 Nineteenth 400 

501 Twentieth 500 

601 Twenty-first 600 

7ul Twenty-second 700 

801 Twenty-third 80o 

901 Twenty-fourth 900 

1001 Twentv-flfth 1000 

1101 Twenty-sixth 1100 

(e) Serpentine avenue (e) 

Card Alley, bet Vallejo 

and Green fm Stockton W. 
Carl, bet Frederick and 

Sullivan fm Clayton W. 
CarlosPlace,bet Powell 

and Mason fm O'Farrell S. 
Carolina, bet Wisconsin 

and De Haro fm Eighth S 

to Napoleon. 
Caroline, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fin Folsom SE. 

Caroline, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Howard SE. 

Caroline Place, bet 

Jackson and Pacific fm 
Powell E. 
Carr Place, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm Chestnut S. 

Cartbagena, South S F, 
bet Yucatan and Bolivia 
fm San Bruno Road to 
County line. 

Carver, fm Cahfomla av 
S to Powhattan, B H. 

Case, bet Crescent av and 
Hunter fm Paul SW, Gift 
Map No 4. 

Caselli Avenue, bet 
Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth fm Douglass W. 

Castro, bet Noe and Dia- 
mond fm Ridley S. 

Cayuga, West End Map 
NoX 

Cedar, bet Davis and 
Front fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Cedar Alley, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
fm Dolores W. 



Cedar Avenue, bet 

Geary and Post fm Larkin 
W to Laguna. 

South. Street. If. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness av ...200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

Cedar IJane, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Mission to Valencia. 

Center, bet El Dorado and 
Santa' Clara fm the bay W 
to Harrison. 

Center Place, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
fm Folsom E 

Central. See Sargent 

Central Avenue, het 
Lyon and Wamut fm 
Geary N to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 

Central Court, bet 
Gough and Octavia fm 
Haight SW to Octavia. 

Central Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pine S. 

Central Road, fm Mc- 
Allister SWto Ocean View 
House. 

Centre, bet Second and 
Third fm Bryant SE to 
South Park 

Ceres, bet Vulcan and 
Lucy fm Thornton av S 
to Williams av. Silver 
Terrace. 

Cbambers, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Davis to 
Battery. 

Cbambers Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
Greenwich to Lombard. 

Cbannel, bet Berry and 
Hooper SW fm the bay to 
Eighth. 

Cbannel, W s San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Ctaapnltepec, fhi Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 

Charity, fm Cadwallader 
NW to Islais Creek. 

Cbarles, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Gol- 
den Gate av N. 

Cbarles, S of Fairmount 
fm San Jos6 Road NW to 
Chenery. 

Cbarles Place,bet First 
and Second fm Harrison to 
Essex pi. 

Cbarter O ak Ave- 
nue, bet Boutwell and 
Elmlra fm Islais Creek S 
to Woolsey. 

Cbase, fm Islais Creek S 
to Hecker. 

Cbase, bet Williamson and 
Merrlfleld fm Geary N. 

Cbase Place,bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo fm Mason 

Cbatbam Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Bush N. 

Cbattauooga, bet Dolo- 
res and Church fm Twen- 
ty-first S to Twenty-fifth 

Cbelsea Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Bush S. 

Cbenery, S s Thui;ieth S 
to Randall, thence SW to 
Castro. 

Cberry, bet Maple and 
First av fm California N. 

Cberubuisiico, fm Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 

Cbesley, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Harrison SE. 

Cbestnut, bet Lombard 
and Francisco W fm San- 
some to Presidio Reserva- 
tion. 

South. Street. If. side. 

1 Sansome .„ 2 

(c) Montgomery 

Winthrop 

101 Kearny 100- 

201 Dupont 200 



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U.llulr place 224 

liOl Sttuktou 300 

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4UI J'owull 400 

&01 Miison 500 

Newell 

Amity 

Blontgomery av... 

601 Tavlor 600 

701 Jones 700 

801 Leaveuwortn 800 

iWl Hyde 900 

1001 Larklu 1000 

1101 I'ulk 1100 

1201 Van Ness avenue. 1200 

i:*)l Franklin 1300 

1101 Goush 1400 

l.iOl Octavla 1500 

1601 Laguna. 

1701 Uuchanan 

ISOl Webster 1800 

1!K)1 Fillmore 1900 

2001 Stelner 2000 

2101 Pierce 2100 

2201 Scott 2200 

2301 Devlsadero 2300 

2401 Broderlck 2400 

2.501 Baker 2500 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Chestnut Alley, bet 
Stockton and Powell tm 
Chestnut N. 
Cbestnut Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Chestnut N. 
China, NW s Dry Dock 

Basin to Water Front. 
China Avenue, Excel- 

6ii->r Homestead Assn. 
Church, bet Dolores and 
Sanchez fm Hermann S to 
Thirtieth. 
Church Liane, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth fm 
Dolores W to Church. 
Cliurchill Court. See 

Tiiranj Place. 
Circular Avenue, fm 
Junction Joost av and Old 
San Jose Road.SWto Hav- 
elock, Sunnyside Tract 
City Hall Avenue, fm 
Market opp Eighth to Park 
av. 
City Hall Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Mc- 
Allister N. 
Clara, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Kitch to 
Sixth. 
Clara Avenue, W of 
Douglass I'm Eighteenth N 
Clara liane, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Sutter N 
to Busn. 
Clarence Place, bet 
Second and Third fm 
Townsend N\V. 
Clarendon Avenue, 
bet Belgrave and Moun- 
tain Spring avs fm San 
Miguel llancho E, Clar- 
endon Heights. 
Clarion Alley, bet 
Seventeenth and Willows 
fm Valencia to Mission. 
Clark, bet Jackson and 
Pacific fm Drumm to 
Front. 
Clay, bet Sacramento and 

Washington W fm East. 
Soulh. Street. A\ side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

Cedar 212 

:«)1 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

527 Leldesdorff 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny 

Brenham place 7.50 

801 Dupont 800 

813 Waverlv place 814 

SpofTord 828 

901 Stockton 900 

Clay avenue 916 

Parker alley 

917 Prospect place 

1001 Powell 1000 



1015 Tay 

Wetmore place 1016 

1101 Mason 1100 

. Yerba Buena 1115 

1201 Tavlor 1200 

1301 Jones 1300 

Priest 

Keed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

Torrens court 

1601 Larkin 1600 

1701 Polk 1700 

1801 Van Ness avenue.1800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

Gough 

Lafayette Park 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2.301 Buchanan 2300 

2401 Webster 2400 

2.501 Fillmore 2500 

2601 Steiner 

2701 Pierce 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devlsadero 2900 

3(i01 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon SfiOO 

.3:301 Central avenue 3300 

3401 Walnut 3400 

3.501 Laurel 3500 

.3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple 3<)00 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Clay Avenue, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Clay N. 

Clayton, bet Ashbury and 
Cole fm Fulton S. 

Clean, N of Baker av fm 
Islais Creek E, Gift Map 
No 4. - 

Cleaveland, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Columbia Square. 

Clement, bet California 
and Point Lobos av fm 
First av W. 

Clement Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Green S. 

Clementina, bet How- 
ard and Folsom fm First 
SW. 

South. Street. iV. side. 
1 First 2 

Oscar alley 

(6) Second (&) 

(6) Third (6) 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

(&) Sixth (6) 

(6) Seventh (6) 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Kinth (6) 

Clinton, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Bryant to SB 
of Brannan. 

Clinton Park, bet Bid- 
ley and Fourteenth fm 
Guerrero W. 

Clipper, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth fm Old 
San Jose Road W to Doug- 
Clover, bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth, Clara av 
and Ross, 

Clyde, bet Third and 
Fourth fin Townsend NW 

Codnian Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
W'ashlngton S. 

Cohen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm El- 
lis S. 

Cohn Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson S. 

Cole, W of Clayton S fin 
Fulton to Carl. 

College, bet Dartmouth 
and University fm Sliver 
av S, U. IM. T. 

College Place, bet Lar- 
kin and Polk fm Hayes N. 

Collingrtvood, bet Cas- 
tro and Diamond fm Sev- 
enteenth S to Twenty-sec- 
ond. 



Collinn, bet Wood and 
Blake im Laurel Hill Cem- 
etery S. 
Colorado, bet Mexico 
and Arizona fm Water 
Front S to India. 
Colton, bet Market and 

Mission fm Brady E. 
Columbia, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth. 
See Cumberland. 
Columbia, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison. 
Columbia, bet Br.vant av 
and Harrison. See Flor- 
ida. 
Columbia Place, S s 
I'recita av S to California 
av, B H. 
Columbia Place, bet 
Bryant and Brannan. See 
Fargo Place. 
Columbia Square, bet 
Folsom and Harrison, 
Sherman and Columbia. 
Colusa, bet Yolo and 
Marin fm the bay W to 
Nebraska 
Commerce, bet Green 
and Union fm the bay to 
Battery 
Commercial, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm East 
to Dupont 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 San.some 500 

525 Leidesdorfl'. 524 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny 700 

(e) Dupont (e) 

Co n c or d Avenue, 

West End Map No 2. 
Congdon, nr junction 
San Bruno Road and Sil- 
ver av. 
Congdon. E of Craut fm 
Silver av N to Canal. Col- 
lege Homestead Assn. 
Congo, Sunnyside Tract. 
Congress, bet Tilden 
and Java fm Park Road 
SW. 
Conkling, bet Layton 
and Waterville fm Silver 
av N to Silver Terrace 
Homestead. 
Connecticut, bet Mls- 
Bourl and Arkansas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 
Converse, bet Eighth 

and Ninth fm Bryant S. 
Cook, bet Blake and 

Boyce fm Geary N. 
Cooper's Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Jackson S. 
Corbett Road, fm Clara 

av SW to Casein av. 
Corea, South S F, bet Ba- 
hama and Jlarque.sas fm 
Schneider to Water Front. 
Cortez.ifm California av 
bet Montcalm and Samo- 
set E to Franconta av. 
Cortland Avenue, fm 
San Jose Road nr Thirti- 
eth E to San Bruno Road. 
Coso Avenue, fm North 

av NW to California a v. 
Costa Rica, South S F, 
bet Martinique and Ma- 
deira fm Railroad av to 
County line. 
Cotta, Spring Valley 

Homestead Association. 

Cottage Place, bet 

Geary and Post fm Jones 

Cottage Row, bet Web- 
ster and Fillmore fm Bush 
to Sutter 

Cotter, .\cademv Tract. 

County Road or San 
Jose Road, fm termi- 
nation of Mission SW to 
County line. 



Crain Place, bet Web- 
ster and Buchanan off 
Golden Gate av 
Craut, bet Edinburg and 
Madrid tm Islais Creek SE 
Excelsior Homestead. 

Craut, fm Silver av N to 
Mission, College Home- 
stead Assn. 

Creek liane, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth f m 
Howard to Folsom 

Crescent Avenue, fm 
Mission nrSt. Mary's Col- 
lege E to San Bruno Road. 

Croce, Academy Tract. 

Crocker, S s Stevenson 
av bet Brady and Hermann 

Croke, fm Mission Road 
W, Academy Tract. 

C r o n o gue Avenue. 
bet Guerrero and Dolores 
fm Twenty-second S. 

Crooks, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend 
NW. 

Cross, San Miguel, West 
End Map No 1. 

Croton Avenue, bet 
Old San Jose Road and 
Fulton av fm Chenery 
SW, Sunnyside Tract 

Crystal, liailroad Home- 
stead Association. ' 

Cumberland, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth fm 
Guerrero to Noe. 

Cumberland Place, 
bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth fm Valencia W. 

Curtis, Syndicate's First 
Addition to S F. 

Cnshman, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm California 
to Sacramento. 

Custom House Place, 
bet Battery and Sansome 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 

C u V i e r , Spring Valley 
Homestead Association 
and De Boom Tract 

Cypress Alley, bet 
Howard and Capp fm 
Twenty-fourth to Twen- 
ty-sixth. 

I>, bet C and Golden Gate 
Park fm First av W. 

», South S F. See Kas- 
kaskia. 

Dacotah, fm Water 
Fronts to India. 

Dale Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Golden Gate av S. 

Dame, bet Chenery and 
Whitney S s Thirtieth to 
Randall. 

Danton. Spring Valley 
Homestead. 

Danvers, fm Caselli av 
NW to Corbett Road. 

Dartmouth, bet Bow- 
doin and College fm Silver 
av S, U. M. T. 

Davis, bet Drumm and 
Front N fm Market to 
Vallejo. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Pine.. 2 

101 California 100 

109 Parrott allev 

201 Sacramento 200 

215 Commercial 214 

301 Clav 300 

(d) Merchant (rf) 

401 Washington 400 

411 Oregon 410 

501 Jackson _ 500 

513 Clark 514 

601 Pacific (d) 

619 Ch.tmbers (d) 

701 Broadway _ (d) 

(e) Vallelo (e) 

Dawson Place, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm 
Mason E. 

Day, bet Twenty-ninth 
and Thirtieth fm Old San 
Jos6 Road W to Bellevue. 

Day, bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth fm Dolores E. 



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He Booiii,t>et Bryant and 

Brannan fm Second NE. 

I>eIlaro,bet Carolina and 

Khode Island fm Eighth S 

to Precita Creek. 

DeKalb, fm Cortland av 

S to Crescent av. 
I>e Iiong, San Miguel. 
Dearborn Place, het 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Seventeenth S. 
Decatur. See Roscoe 
Decatnr, het Seventh 
and Eighth fm Bryant to 
Brannan. 
Decker Alley, het Fol- 
Bom and Harrison fm Sev- 
enth SW. 
Dekon, het Church and 
Sanchez fm Sixteenth to 
Seventeenth. 
Delaware, het Massa- 
chusetts and Maryland fm 
Solano S to Honduras. 
Delaware Avenue, 
het Otsego and San Jose 
Koad, San Miguel. 
Delaware Avenne. 
City Land Association. 
See "Worcester A v. 
Delaware Court, het 
Powell and Mason fin 
Sutter N. 
Delgado Place, het 
Green and Union fm 
Hyde E. 
De liong, het Masonic 
Av andAshbury fm Fred- 
erick SE. 
Delta Place, E s Mason 

het Sutter and Bush. 
De Montfort Ave- 
nue, fm Miramar av W, 
Lakevlew. 
Denmark, South S F, 
bet Honduras and Mon- 
tenegro fm Islais to China 
Dent Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Jack- 
son N. 
Derby, bet Geary and 

Post fm Masnn W. 
Derby Place, het Geary 

and Post fm Taylor E. 

Detroit,Sunnyside Tract. 

Devisadero, het Scott 

and Broderick fm Eidley 

N to Lewis. 

West. Street. JE. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Waller. 100 

201 Haight 200 

301 Page 300 

401 Oak 400 

501 Fell 500 

601 Hayes 600 

701 Grove 700 

801 Fulton 800 

901 McAllister 900 

1001 Golden Gate av 1000 

1101 Turk 1100 

1201 Eddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1401 O'Parrell 1400 

1501 Geary 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter. 170O 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2301 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

3001 Filbert 3000 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson. 3800 

3901 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Devrees, E of San Bruno 
Road 3 miles fm City HaU. 



Dewey, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 

Dexter, bet Spear and 
Main fm Howard S. 

Diamond, bet Castro and 
Douglass fm Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 

Diamond, Yisitaclon 
Valley. See Medford. 

Dickinson. N of San 
Bruno Eoad fm Islais 
Creek NW to San Bruno 
Eoad, Gift Map No 4. 

Digby, fm El Monte SE 
to Beacon. 

Dikeman Place, het 
Ellis and O'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 

Dock, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Battery E. 

Dock, South S F, bet Tevis 
and Ship fm St Thomas 
SW to County line. 

Dodge, bet Hyde and 
Larkin fm Turk S. 

Dolores,bet Guerrero and 
Church fm Market S to Old 
San JosS Eoad. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Baltimore Park.... 

101 Fourteenth 100 

201 Fifteenth 200 

Albert alley 

Wells avenue 

301 Sixteenth 300 

Church lane 

Campbell 

401 Seventeenth 400 

Eailway 

Borland 

501 Eighteenth 500 

601 Nineteenth 600 

Cumberland 

701 Twentieth 700 

Liberty „.... 

801 Twenty-first 800 

901 Twentv-second 900 

1001 Twenty-third 1000 

1101 Twenty-fourth 1100 

Jgj*ggy 

1201 Twenty-fifth"!."."!.'l200 

Clipper.^ 

1301 Twenty-sixth 1300 

Army 

1401 Twenty-seventh.. .1400 

Duncan 

1501 Twenty-eighth 1500 

VaUey 

1601 Twenty-ninth 1600 

Day 

Thirtieth 

Dominica, South S F, 
bet Manitoba and Servia 
fm Islais to Waaler Front. 
Dore, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Harrison to 
Brannan. 
Dore Alley, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Jackson S. 
Dorland, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Dolores W to Sanchez. 
Douglas Place, bet 
Han-ison and Folsom fm 
Beale E. 
Douglass, het Diamond 
and Ellen fin Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 
Dover, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Rlncon pi S to 
Townsend. 
Dow Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Second 
SW to Hawthorne. 
Do^vne.T,bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Bryant S. See 
liangton. 
Drumm, bet East and 
Davis N fm Market to Pa- 
cific. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Cal'a.. 2 

101 Sacramento 100 

115 Commercial 116 

201 Clay 200 

(6) Merchant 214 

301 Washington 300 

Oregon _ 

401 Jackson 400 

409 Clark 

(e) Pacific (e 



Drury tancbet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Langton 

Dry, or Junction, W s 

Old San Jos6 Eoad bet 
Twentv-nlnth and Thir- 
tieth W to BeUevue. 

Duane, betLomcard and 
Chestnut fm Jones W. 

Dublin, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Dumcombe Alley, 
bet Kearny and Dupont 
tin Jackson N. 

Dunbar Alley, het 
Montgomery and Kearny 
fm Merchant to Washing- 
ton. 

Duncan, bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty- 
eighth fm Old San JosS 
Eoad W to BeUevue. 

Duncan Court, bet Du- 
pont and -Stockton" fm 
BroadwgvN, 

Dunkirk, betUosecrans 
and I^entiss fm California 
av S to Powhatfan. 

Dunn Alley, bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo fm Kear- 
. ny E.. ^ : - -■'- 
\ . , ■ 

Dupont, het Kearny and 
Stockton N fm Bush to 
Beach. 
West. Street. E. side. 

401 Bush _ 4oO 

501 Pine 500 

505 Virginia court 

601 California 600 

701 Sacramento 700 

Commercial 714 

801 Clav 800 

901 Washington 900 

923 Hall Court 

1001 Jackson 1000 

1021 Sullivan alley 

1101 Pacific 1100 

Dupont alley 1126 

1201 Broadway 1200 

Montgomery av.... 

Hinckley 

1301 Vallejo 1300 

1401 Green 1400 

1501 Union 1500 

Noble's aUey 1506 

1601 Filbert 1600 

Pardee alley 

Gerke alley 1618 

1701 Greenwich 1700 

1709 Edith place 

Edgar place 

1801 Lombard 1800 

1901 Chestnut 1900 

Pfelffer 

2001 Francisco 2000 

2101 Bay 2100 

2201 North Point 2200 

(e) Beach (e) 

Dupont Alley, het Pa- 
cific and Broadway fm 
Dupont E to Montgom- 
ery av. 

Dn'ight, het Woolsey and 
Olmstead fm San Bruno 
Eoad W, U. M. T. 

E, South S F. See Oila. 

£agle, opp Nineteenth 
fm Douglass W, Market 
Street Homestead. 

£ast, fin Folsom NW to 

Pacific, fronting the bay. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Folsom (d) 

101 Howard (d) 

201 Mission (d) 

301 Market (rt) 

401 Clay Id) 

Merchant Id) 

501 Washington (d) 

601 Jackson (d) 

(e) Pacific (e) 

£ast Avenue, bet East 

Park and Cortland av fm 
Andover av W to Holly 
Park av, Holly Park. 
East Park, bet Eich- 
land and East avs fm 
Andover av W to Holly 
Park av, Holly Park. 



East "Van BCess Ave- 
nue, fm corner Union 
and Polk NW to Lombard 
and Van Ness Av. 

Eaton Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Green S. 

Ecker, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Market to Mission. 

Ecuador, South S F. bet 
Argentine and Nicaragua 
fm San Bruno Eoad to 
County line. 

Eddy, bet Turk and Ellis 
W fm Junction Powell and 
Market. 

South. Street. iV. side. 
1 Market and Powell 2 

Glasgow 14 

27 Eddy place 

101 Mason 100 

201 Taylor 200 

301 Jones 300 

Wagner alley 

401 Leavenworth, 400 

501 Hyde 500 

601 Larkin 600 

701 Polk 700 

801 Van Ness avenue. 800 
901 ■ Franklin 900 

Gough 1000 

Octavia 1100 

1201 Laguta 1200 

1301 Buchanan 1300 

1401 Webster 1400 

1501 FiUmore 1500 

1601 Steiner 1600 

1701 Pierce 1700 

Farren avenue 

1801 Scott 1800 

1901 Devlsadero 1900 

2001 Broderick 2000 

(e) St. Joseph's av (e) 

Eddy Place, bet Mason 

and Market fm Eddy. 
Edgar Place, bet 
Greenwich and Lombard 
fm Dupont W. 
Edgar Place, E of Har- 
old av.. Lakeview 
Edinburgli, Excelsior 

Homestead Association. 
Editta, bet Greenwich and 

Lombard fm Dupont W. 
Edna, Sunnyside Tract. 
Edward, het Hyde and 

Larkin fm Bush N. 
Eighteentli, bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth fm 
Harrison W. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

119 Shotwell 118 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 218 

301 Mission 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

Collingwood 

1001 Castro 1000 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka 

1201 Douglass 1200 

Eigkteenth, bet Seven- 
teenth and Belgrave av 
fm Stanyan E, Clarendon 
Heights. 
Eigkteentli A.venue, 
South SF. See Algeria 
Eighteenth Avenue, 
het Seventeenth and Nine- 
teenth avs from Presidio 
Eeservation S. 
Eighth, bet Seventh and 
Ninth fm Market SE to 
Center. 
East Street. W. side- 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

101 Mission lOO 

115 Minna 114 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

205 Nunan's alley, 

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Eighth— 

Clementina 

Fulsoni 300 

KInKold 

H^n.n , 

Harrison 400 

l!r\aut 500 

Rrannan 600 

TownBend 

Eigrhtli Avenue, bet 

Seveutb and Ninth avs 

fm Presidio ReBervatlon 

S too. 

£ielif Ii A venue. South 

S F. See Bnliania. 
EI Dorado, bet Alameda 
and Ceuter fm the bay to 
Sixth and fm Eighth to 
Harrison. 
El Slonte, fm Beacon W 
to Castro.Falrmount Tract 
Eldridg^e, bet Harrison 
and Bryant Seventh and 
Eighth, E and W sides 
Chesley. 
Eleventh, bet Tenth and 
Twelfth fm Market SB to 
Bryant. 
Hast. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Bowie avenue 

Henrietta square.. 

J'olsom 300 

Harrison 400 

. Itryant (e) 

Eleventh Avenue, bet 
Tenth and Twelfth avs fm 
Presidio Reservation S to S 
Eleventh Avenue, 
South S F. See Mani- 
toba. 
El^in Park Avenue, 
S s Market bet Valencia 
and Guerrero. 
Eliza.bet Taylor and Jones 

See Marion Place. 
Eliza Place, bet Taylor 
and .Tones fm Washington 
N. 
Elizabeth, bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth 
fm San Jos6 av W. 
Elizabeth, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom SE to 
Louisa. 
Ellt, fm Islais Creek S, 
Gift Map No 4 (see Aber- 
deeni. 
Elkliorn Terrace, fm 
Cadwallader N to Islais Cr 
Elkhani Terrace, off 

Bush nr Pierce 
Ellen (See Hoffman Ave- 
nue). 
Ellen, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Harrison S. 
Eller.r, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Bryant SE to Fed- 

Ellick Alley, bet Du- 

pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cihc N. 
Ellick liane, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 
Elliot Park, bet Geary 
and O'Farrell fm Steiner W 
Ellis, bet Eddy and O'Far- 
rell W fm Junction Stock- 
ton and Market. 
South. Street. N. tide. 
1 Market & Stockton 2 

101 Powell 100 

Glasgow 

Mason 200 

Taylor 300 

Jones 400 

Lieavenworth 500 

Hvde 600 

Larkin 700 

Polk 800 

Van Ness avenue.. 900 

Franklin lOOC 

GouRh 1100 

Octavla • 1200 

Laguna l.SOO 

Buchanan 1400 

HoUls 

Webster 1500 

Folger alley 



HI 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1.301 
1401 

1501 



1601 
1701 



1801 
1901 



Fillmore 1600 

Steiner 1700 

Bourbln place 

Pierce 1800 

Farren avenue 

Scott 1900 

Beldeman 

2001 Devisadero 2000 

2101 Broderlck 2100 

(e) St. Joseph's av (e) 

Ellsworth, fm California 
av S to Cortland av. B H. 
Elm, bet Halght and Wal- 
ler fm Webster and Bu- 
chanan 
Elm Avenue, bet Gol- 
den Gate av and Turk fm 
Larkin \V. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

Elmira, bet Waterville 

and Charter Oak av fm 

Islais Creek S to Silver av. 

Ellwood, bet Powell and 

Mason fm O'Farrell N. 
Emma, bet Bush and 

Pine fm Stockton E. 
Emma (see Alpine). 
Emma. See I<ed.vard. 
Emma Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Chestnuts. 
Emmet Place, bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento fm 
Stockton W. 
Epstein, bet TUden and 
Sixteenth fm Albany to 
Java. 
Erie, bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth fm Mission to 
Folsom. 
Erkson Court,bet Dev- 
isadero and Broderick fm 
Post N. 
Esmeralda Avenue, 
fm North av NW to Cali- 
fornia av. 
Esmond, Syndicate's 

First Addition to S F. 
Essex, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Folsom to Harrison 
Essex Place.bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Essex W 
to Charles pi. 
Estefana, junction Heck- 
er and Stringham SW to 
Islais Creek. 
Eujfenia, bet Josephinp 
and Wood fm Laurel Hill 
Cemetery S. 
Eugenia, bet Virginia 
and Cortland avs fm Mis- 
sion E, B H. 
Eureka, bet Diamond 
and Douglass fm Seven- 
teenth S to Twentv-thlrd. 
Eureka. See Yiima. 
Eureka Place, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Lar- 
kin E. 
Eve, W s San Bruno Road 

W to California av, B H 
Everett, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Third to 
Fourth. 
Ewer Place, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fin Mason 
W. 
Ewini? Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Laguna W. 
Exeter, bet Crane and 
Gould fm Paul av S to 
Salinas. 
F, South S F. See Talla- 
poosa. 
Fair Avenue, fm Cali- 
fornia av W to Sa Jos6 
Road. 
Fair Oaks, bet Guerrero 
and Dolores fm Eigh- 
teenth to Nineteenth and 
fm Twenty-first to Twen- 
ty-fourth 
Fair Oaks Court, bet 
Guerrero and Dolores fm 
Eighteenth S. 
Fairmount, S of Ran- 
dall fm San Jose Road W 
to Bemls 



Faith, fm California av N 

W to Brewster, B H 
Falcon Place, bet 

Broadway and Vallelo fia 
Taylor E. 
Falcon Avenue, fm 

Eighteenth W to Corbett 

Road. 
Falkland, South S F, 

bet Teuerlffe and Sumatra 

fm San Joaquin to Water 

Front. 
Falmouth, bet Fifth 

and Sixth from Folsom to 

Shipley. 
Fargo Place, bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan fm 

Boardman pi SW. 
Farragut Avenue, 

San Miguel. 
Farallones, Railroad 

Homestead. 
Farrell Court,EsFair 

Oaks, bet Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth. 
Farren Avenue, bet 

Scott and Pierce fmEddyN 
Faxton Avenue, bet 

Jules and Capitol avs f m 

Ocean House Road S to 

Lakeview av, Lakevlew. 
Federal, bet Bryant and 

Brannan fm First SW. 

Fell, bet Oak and Hayes W 
fm Junction Polk and Mar- 
ket. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Market and Polk _ 2 
101 Van Ness avenue . 100 

201 Frankhn 200 

301 Gough 300 

401 Octavla 400 

501 Laguna 500 

601 Buchanan 600 

701 Webster 700 

801 Fillmore 800 

901 Steiner 900 

1001 Pierce 1000 

1101 Scott 1100 

1201 Devisadero 1200 

i;»l Broderick 1300 

1401 Baker 1400 

Lyon 1500 

Lott 1600 

Masonic avenue... 1700 

Ashbury 1800 

Clayton 1900 

Cole 2000 

Shrader 2100 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Fella Place, bet Bush 

and Pine fm Powell E. 
Felton, bet Silliman and 
Burrows fm San Bruno 
Road SW to La Grand av, 
formerly Henry 
Fern Avenue, bet Sutter 
and Bush fm Larkin to La- 
guna. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna 600 

Ferric. See Blake. 
Fielding, bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Lombard N. 
Fifteenth, bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth fia 
Harrison W. 
South Street. N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

Natoma 

217 Capp 

Minna 

301 Mission 300 

Julian avenue 

Caledonia alley 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 



Fifteenth Avenue, 

South S F. See Tener- 
iffe. 
Fifteenth Avenue, 

bet Fourteenth and Six- 
teenth avs fm Presidio 
Reservation S to W. 

Fifth, bet Fourth and 
Sixth fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

(6) Stevenson 14 

Mint av 22 

33 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

107 Minna 106 

125 Natoma 124 

201 Howard 200 

211 Tehama 210 

227 Clementina 226 

301 Folsom. 30O 

317 Shipley 316 

329 Clara 328 

401 Harrison 400 

Perry 

501 Bryant 500 

Tllford 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

701 Townsend 700 

Jewett 

King 

801 BeiTy 800 

Channel 

Hooper 

Irwin 

Hubbell 

Fifth Avenue, South S 

F. See St. Thomas. 
Fifth Avenue, bet 
Fourth and Sixth avs, fm 
Presidio Reservation Sto 
K. 
Fifth Avenue, bet 
Fifth and Sixth. See 
Madison Avenue. 
Figaro, bet Isabel and 
California av S fm Califor- 
nia av to Montcalm, B H. 
Filbert, bet Union and 
Greenwich W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. 2V. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery loo 

201 Sansome 200 

Billings place 

Napier alley 

Norton place 

301 Montgomery 300 

401 Kearny 400 

407 Filbert place 

417 Varennes 

427 Grand place 

501 Dupont 500 

Medau place 504 

515 Jasper place 

Stockton 600 

701 Powell 700 

Gaven 706 

Montgomery av.... 

Scotland 724 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor 900 

Roach 

1001 Jones 1000 

Attrldge alley 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Randall place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk ... 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker. 2800 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Filbert Place,bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont fm Union 
to Filbert. 



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Fillmore, bet Webster 
and SteinerNfm Kidley to 
Lewis: 
South. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Hermann 100 

■ Germanla 

201 Waller 200 

301 Halght 300 

401 Page 400 

501 Oak 500 

601 Fell 600 

701 Hayes 700 

801 Grove 800 

901 Pulton 900 

1001 McAllister 1000 

1101 Golden Gate av 1100 

1201 Turk 1200 

1301 Eddy 1300 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Byington 

1501 O'Farrell 1500 

1601 Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

Wildey 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 California 2100 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

2301 Clay 2300 

2401 Washington 2400 

2501 Jacksoa 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Vallejo 2800 

2901 Green 2900 

3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Plxley 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

3301 Lombard 3300 

3401 Chestnut 3400 

3501 Francisco 3500 

3601 Bay 3600 

3701 North Point 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jefferson 3900 

4001 Tonquln 4000 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Fillmore Mace, bet 

Pine and California fm 
Fillmore W. 

First, bet Fremont and 
Second fm Market SE to 
the bay. 

East. Street. W. side. 
1 Market 2 

Stevenson 22 

Jessie 46 

Lick alley _ 56 

101 Mission 100 

- — Minna 118 

Natoma 146 

Melius 

201 Howard 200 

Tehama 220 

223 Tehama place 

Clementina 248 

301 Folsom 300 

Guy place 318 

Boston place 320 

Laurel place 350 

401 Harrison 400 

Goodsell place 

Simpson place 416 

Alger place • 

501 Brvant 500 

- — Federal 520 

601 Brannan 600 

■ Bluxome 

(e) Townsend (e) 

First A ve m «e, bet 

Mission and Valencia. See 
Jnlian Avenue. 

First Avenne, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 

First Avenue, South S 
F. See Honduras. 

FisUer Alley, bet Pa- 
cific and Broadway fm 
Powell E. 

Flint, bet Sixteenth and 
Tilden fm Albany SE. 

Flint Alley, bet San- 
some and Battery fm Val- 
lejo S. 



Flood Avenne, fm 

Southern Pacific Railroad 
W, Sunnyside Tract. 

Flora, W of Pomona f m 
Parnassus av S to Thorn- 
ton av, Silver Terrace. 

Floral Orove. See 
Brooks. 

Florence, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Broadway to 
Vallelo. 

Florida, bet Alabama 
and Bryant av fm Channel 
S to Serpentine av. 

Flower, SW of Fifteenth 
av fm San Bruno Road SE 
to Loomis, Haley's Map 
No. 1. 

Foerster, Sunnyside 
Tract. 

Folger Alley, bet Web- 
ster and Fillmore fm Ellis 
S. 

Folsom, bet Howard and 
Harrison SW from East to 
Thirteenth thence S. 
S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 East 2 

(r) Steuart (c) 

101 Spear 100 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

315 Zoe place 

401 Fremont 400 

Baldwin court 408 

409 Grant place 

501 First 500 

Rodney 

543 Essex 

601 Second 600 

633 Hawthorne 

649 Hampton place 

701 Third 700 

717 Ritch 

761 Alice 

801 Fourth 800 

827 Miller place 

901 Fifth 900 

929 Falmouth — 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1011 Caroline 

Harriet 1016 

1019 Columbia Square... 

Russ 1028 

1039 Sherman 

Moss 1042 

1101 Seventh 1100 

1113 Langton 1114 

1127 Bruce place 

- Rausch 1130 

1145 Otis place 

1201 Eighth 1200 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1417 Juniper 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Norfolk 

1601 Twelfth 1600 

1701 Thirteenth 1700 

- — - Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second. ...2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth 2800 

2901 Twenty-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

Folsom Avenne. See 

Otis Place. 
Foote Avenue, San Mi- 
guel. 
Ford, bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth fm Sanchez W 

to Castro. 
Fortietli Avenue, 

South S F. See Porto 

Bico. 
Fortieth Avenue, fm 

City Cemetery S. 
Forty-eislitb Avenne 

fm City Cemetery S. 
Forty -eigl»tl» A v e - 

nue. South S F. See 

Cartliagena. 



Forty-flfth Avenue, 

fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-tiftli Avenue, 
South S F. See Nica- 
ragua. 

Forty-first Avenne, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-first Avenne, 
South S F. See San Do- 
mingo. 

Forty - fourth Ave- 
nue, fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-fourth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Fcnador. 

Forty-ninth Avenne, 
fm B, south to J. 

Forty-ninth Avenue 
South SF. See Bolivia 

Forty-second Av- 
enne, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Forty-second Av- 
enne, South S F. See 
Ouatemala. 

Forty-seventh Ave- 
nue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Forty - seventh Ave- 
nue, South S F. See 
Xucatan. 

Forty-sixth Avenne, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-sixth Avenne, 
South S F. See Tahiti. 

Forty-third Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-third Avenue, 
South S F. See Argen- 
tine. 

Fountain, bet Ellen and 
Bellevue fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sixth 

Fourteenth, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth fm 
Harrison W. 
South. Street, N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

Natoma 

Minna 

301 Mission 300 

Julian avenue 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

Market 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Fourteenth Avenue, 
South S F. See Para- 
guay. 
Fourteenth Avenne, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
south to V. 
Fourth, bet Third and 
Fifl;h fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
Hast. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

21 Stevenson 

31 Jessie 30 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 116 

133 Everett -^ 

201 Howard 200 

219 Tehama 218 

243 Clementina 242 

301 Folsom 300 

317 Louisa 316 

333 Clara 332 

401 Harrison 400 

418 Perry 416 

431 Silver 

501 Bryant 500 

523 Welsh 

537 Freelon 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome 620 

701 Townsend 700 

Jewett 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Hooper 

Irwin 

Hubbell 



Fourth Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S to 
K. 
Fourth Avenne, South 
S P. See ]Hanila. 

Fourth Place,bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Pacific S. 

Fox, S of Islais Creek fm 
Garibaldi NE to Baker av, 
GiftMapNo4.'i S,, 

Francis, Academy Tract 

France Avenue, Ex- 
celsior Homestead Asso- 
ciation. 

Francisco, bet Chestnut 
and Bay W fm Montgom- 
ery to Presidio Reserva- 
tion. 
South. Street. IT, side. 

1 Montgomery 2 

Winthrop 

(c) Kearny (c) 

101 Dupont 100 

Midway East 

Bellair place 

201 Stockton 200 

-^ Midway West 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

501 Taylor 500 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness avenue..llOO 

1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 Gough 1300 

1401 Octavia 1400 

Laguna 

Lobos Square 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Steiner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devlsadero ...„ 2200 

2301 Broderick 2300 

2401 Baker 2400 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Franconia Avenue, 
fm Hope SW to California 
av, B H. 
Frank Place, bet Pine 
and California fm Mason W 
Frankfort Avenue, 
fm Thirteenth N bet Mis- 
sion and Howard. 
Franklin, bet Van Ness 
av and Gough N fm Mar- 
ket to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side 

1 Market and Page... 2 

Lily avenue 

101 Oak 100 

Hickory avenue.... 

201 Fell 200 

Linden avenue 

301 Hayes 300 

Ivy avenue 

401 Grove 400 

Birch avenue 

501 Fulton 500 

Ash avenue 

601 McAllister 600 

Locust avenue 

701 Golden Gate av 700 

Elm avenue 

801 Turk 800 

Laurel avenue 

901 Eddy 900 

Willow avenue 

1001 Ellis 1000 

Olive avenue 

1101 O'Farrell 1100 

Myrtle avenue 

1201 Geary 1200 

Cedar avenue 

1301 Post 1300 

Walnut avenue 

1401 Sutter 1400 

Fern avenue 

1501 Bush 1500 

1507 Austin 1508 

1601 Pine 1600 

1701 California 1700 

1801 Sacramento 1800 

1901 Clay 1900 

2001 Washington 2000 

2101 Jackson 2100 



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FrniiUIiii— 

i;oi J'lKillc 2200 

•j:tlil Hn.ailway 2300 

2-JOl Vnllijo 2400 

2501 firecu 2500 

■2im Union 2G0O 

liTOI Fllhert 2700 

2801 Greenwich 2800 

2IKn Lombard 2900 

■.mi Olicstnut 3000 

3101 Francisco 3100 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Fi'iiiikliii Square, bet 
Santa Clara and Center, 
York and Jersey. 
Fre«Ierieli, bet Bryant 
and Hrannan. See FcU- 
eml. 
Frodericli, bet Carl and 
Waller fm Masonic av W. 
F r e e <l o lu , bet lelals 
Creek and Baker av fm 
Alcatraz S toByrne, Gift 
Map No 4. 
Freelon, bet Bryant and 
Brannan fm Fourth E to 
Zoe. 
Fremont, bet Beale and 
First fm Market SE to the 
bav. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

Melius 

201 Howard 200 

243 Lincoln place 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

425 Lawrence place.... 

501 Bryant 500 

(e) Brannan (e) 

Fremont Court, bet 
Powell and MasonfmClay 
S. 
Frencli, N of Thirty- 
third fm Mission W to 
San .lose Bailroad. French 
& Gilman Tract. 
Fresno, bet Plumas and 
India fm the bay W to 
Honduras. 
Friedman Place, bet 
Pacific and Broadway from 
Larkin E. 
Front, bet Davis and Bat- 
tery N from Market to 
Greenwich. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Pine 100 

201 California 200 

211 Halleck 

301 Sacramento 300 

317 Commercial 318 

401 Clay 400 

(c) Merchant 416 

501 Washington .500 

Oregon 510 

601 Jackson 600 

— Clark 614 

701 Pacific 700 

713 Chambers 712 

801 Broadway _ 800 

901 Vallejo (d) 

1001 Green (d) 

Commerce id) 

1101 Union (d) 

Dock (d) 

1201 Filbert (d) 

(e) Greenwich „. (e) 

Front Avenne, bet 
Wafer Front and Hondu- 
ras f m India SE. 
Fulton, bet Grove and 

McAllister W fm Larkin. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van NesB avenue.. 200 

.SOI Franklin 300 

401 GouKh 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

Steiner 1000 

Pierce 1 100 

1201 Scott 1200 

1301 Devisadero 1300 



1401 Broderlck 1400 

\rm Baker 1500 

l(a)I Lyon 1600 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue....l800 

1901 Ashbury 1900 

2001 Clayton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

2301 Stanyan 2300 

Fulton Avenue, W of 

Croton av fm Surrey SW 

to Joost av, Sunnyside 

Tract 
©, South SF. SeeSantee 
Oabrielle Place, bet 

Harrison and Bryant fm 

First E. 
Oaines, bet Battery and 

Sansome fm Green to 

Union. 
Oale, bet First and Second, 

fm Townsend to,and front- 
ing, the bay. 
Oambter, bet Madison 

and Harvard fm Silver av 

SE. 
Oarden, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Harrison to 

Bryant. 
Oarden Avenue, bet 

Geary and Post fm Devis- 
adero to hroderlck. 
Oardner, bet Kearny and 

Dupont fm Post IN. 
Oardner Place, bet 

Clay and Washington fm 

Mason W. 
Oaren, W s San Bruno 

Koad 4 miles fm City Hall 
Oartield, N of Shields 

fm Orizaba av W, City 

Land Association. 
Oaribaldi, fm Islals 

Creek SE to Livingston, 

Gift Map No 4. 
Oates, f m Cortland av S to 

Crescent av, B H 
Oaven, University H 

Assn. 
Oaven, bet Powell and 

Mason fm Filbert to 

Gerenwlch. 
Geary, bet O'Farrell and 

Post W fmjunction Kear- 
ny and Market to First 

av. 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market & Kearny.. 2 

25 Brooks 

101 Grant avenue 100 

201 Stockton 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

Metcalte place 416 

417 Martha place 

501 Taylor 500 

511 Geary place 

515 William 512 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness avenuc.llOO 

1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 Gough 1300 

1401 Octavia 1400 

1501 Laguna. 1500 

1601 Buchanan 1600 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Steiner 

2001 Pierce 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devisadero 2200 

2301 Broderlck 2300 

St Joseph's av 

Baker„ 2400 

Lyon 2500 

Central avenue 2600 

Walnut 2700 

2801 Laurel 2800 

2901 Collins 2900 

3(J01 Blake 3000 

3101 Cook 3100 

3201 Bovce 3200 

3;«)1 Williamson 3300 

3401 Chase 3400 

3501 MerrUield 3500 

3601 Mears 3600 

(e) First avenue.... . (e) 



Geary Court, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm 
Geary N. 

Gear.r Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Geary S. 

Geneva, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Brannan SE. 

Geneva Avenue, fm 
Old County Road, San 
Miguel. 

Gennessee, Sunnyside 
Tract. 

George, bet Fifth & Sixth 
fm Hooper to Hubbell. 

Georcria, bet Louisiana 
and Michigan fin Solano 8 
to Honduras. 

Gerke Alley, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Dupont 
E. 

Gerniania, bet Kate and 
Waller fm Webster to Fill- 
more. 

Gertrudis, fm Hecker S 
W to Islals Creek. 

Oibbs,bet Washington and 
Jackson Im Montgomery 
av W. 

Gibraltar, South SF.bet 
Madagascar and Azores fm 
Charter Oak av to County 
line. 

Gibson, bet Green and 
Union fm Larkin E. 

Gila, South S F. bet Kas- 
kaskia and Tallapoosa fm 
India SW to County line. 

Gilbert, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Bryant to 
Townsend. 

Oilmore, E s Kentucky 
nr Shasta. 

Oirard, bet San Bruno 
Road and Berlin fm Sliver 
av S. 

Glasgow, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Eddy to Ellis. 

Glen Park Avenue, 
bet Mission and Howard 
fm Twelfth SW. 

Glenivood Place, bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 
fm Howard S. 

Glover,bet Broadway and 
Vallejo fm Jones W. 

Goat Alley, bet Battery 
and Sansome fm Vallejo 
to Green. 

Godeus, E s Mission nr 
Thirtieth E to California 
av. 

Goettingen, bet Berlin 
andSomerset fmSilveravS 

Gold, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific fm Sansome to Mont- 
gomery. 

Golden Court,bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 

Golden Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Gol- 
den Gate av. 

Golden Gate Av- 
enue, bet McAllister and 
Turk W fm Junction Tay- 
lor and Market. 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and Taylor 2 

101 Jones 100 

201 Leavenworth 200 

Dale place 

Charles 

301 Hyde 300 

401 Larkin 400 

501 Polk 500 

601 Van Ness avenue. 600 

701 Franklin 700 

801 Gough 

901 Octavia 

1001 Laguna 1000 

1101 Buchanan 1100 

Cram place 

1201 Webster 1200 

1301 Fillmore 1300 

1401 Steiner 1400 

1501 Pierce 1500 

1601 Scott 1600 

Seymour avenue... 

1701 Devisadero 1700 

1801 Broderlck 1800 

1901 Baker 1900 

2001 Lyon 2000 



2101 Lott 2100 

(e) Masonic avenue... (e) 
Golden N<ate Ave- 
nue, bet Miramar and 
Plymouth avs fm (icean 
House Road S to Lake- 
view av, Lakevlew. 
Golden Gate Park, 
bet D and H I'm the ocean 
to Stanyan and bet Fell 
and Oak to Baker. 
Goldman Place, bet 
Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth fm Mission E. 
Good-Cbildren, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Greenwich to Lombard. 
Goodsell Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
First E. 
Gordon, bet Eighth and 
Ninth from Harrison NW. 
Gougb, bet Franklin and 
Octavia N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market & Haight„ 2 

Rose avenue _. 

101 Page 100 

Lily avenue 

201 Oak 200 

Hickory avenue.... 

301 FeU 300 

Linden avenue 

401 Hayes 400 

Ivv avenue 

501 Grove 500 

Birch avenue 

601 Fulton 600 

Ash avenue 

701 McAllister 700 

Locust avenue 

Golden Gate av 800 

Turk 900 

Laurel avenue 

1001 Eddy, 1000 

Willow avenue 

1101 Ellis 1100 

( illve avenue 

1201 O'Farrell 1200 

Myrtle avenue 

1301 Geary 1300 

Cedar avenue 

1401 Post 1400 

Walnut avenue 

1501 Sutter 1500 

Fern avenue 

1601 Bush 1600 

Austin 

1701 Pine 1700 

1801 California 1800 

Sacramento 1900 

Clay 2000 

2101 Washington 2100 

2201 Jackson 2200 

2:«)1 Pacific 2300 

2401 Broadway 2400 

2501 Vallejo 2500 

2601 Green 2600 

2701 Union 2700 

2801 Filbert 2800 

2!)01 Greenwich 2900 

3001 Lombard 3000 

3101 Chestnut 3100 

3201 Francisco 3200 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

(e) Lewis (e 

Grace Terrace, S s Cali- 
fornia bet Dupont and 
Stockton. 
Grafton Avenue, bet 
Holloway and Lakeview 
avs fm Harold av W. 
Lakeview. 
Graham Place, bet 
Stockton and Dupont fm 
Union to Green. 
Granada, South S F, bet 
Salvador and Bermuda fm 
Tombigbee to Alleghany. 
Grand Avenue, bet 
Ninth and Tenth fm Mis- 
sion to Howard. 
Grand Place, bet Du- 
pont and Kearny fm Fil- 
bert S. 
Grant, bet Saratoga and 

Ion fm La Grand av S. 
Grant Alley, bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores, fm Fif- 
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6 r a n t A vemie, bet 

Kearny and Stockton N 

from Market to Bush. » 

West. Street. E. Side. 

1 Market (ScOTarrell 2 

101 Geary 100 

111 Morton 110 

201 Post 200 

Ashburton place... 208 

213 Stockton place 

219 Mills place 

Tillman alley 

301 Sutter .^ 300 

Martin 312 

313 Harlan place 

Orant Place, bet Fre- 
mont and First fm FolBom 
S. 
Grattan, S of Sullivan tm 

Stanyan W. 
Oreen, bet Vallejo and 
Union Wfm Front to Pre- 
sidio Keservation. 
South. Street. If. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

- — Gaines 

201 Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

301 Montgomery 300 

Vincent 316 

319 Kohler place 

Bone alley 326 

331 Keed place 

401 Kearuy 400 

Sonora 406 

Lafayette place 420 

501 Dupont 500 

Banuam place 510 

Union place 522 

529 Bower place - — 

Graham place 539 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Stockton 600 

701 Powell 700 

Eaton alley 

August alley 718 

801 Mason 800 

Salmon 

901 Taylor 900 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

New Orleans alley 

- — Hamlin 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Lagiina 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Stelner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderlck 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

(e) Lyon...; (e") 

Oreen Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 
Oreen 's Conrt, bet 
Mission and Howard, 
Spear and Steuart. 
Greenwicli, bet Filbert 
and Lombard W fm Front 
to Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 Sansome 200 

Pringle court 

301 Montgomery 300 

401 Kearny 400 

Telegraph place.... 

501 Bupont 500 

505 Kramer place 

Bellevue avenue... 

601 Stockton 600 

Bond alley 

701 Powell 700 

703 Gaven - 

Chamber's alley... 

721 Scotland 

Montgomery av.... 
801 Mason 800 

Hartmann 806 

Jansen 816 



901 Taylor 900 

907 Eoach — - 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Eandall place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..]500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 FiUmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Orisar, bet Union and 
Filbert fm Octavia to La- 
guna. 
Orove, bet Hayes and 

Fulton fm Larkln W. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

' 401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

Stelner 

Alamo Square 

1201 Scott 1200 

1301 Devisadero 1300 

1401 Broderlck 1400 

1501 Baker 1500 

1601 Lyon 1600 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue...l800 

1901 Ashbury 1900 

2001 Clayton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

(e) Stanj'an (e) 

Guadaloupe, South SF, 
bet Azores and Vancouv- 
er fm Charter Oak av to 
County line. 
Ouatemala, South S F, 
bet San Domingo and Ar- 
gentine fm San Bruno 
Koad to County line. 

Guerrero, bet Valencia 
and Dolores fm Market S 
to Old San Jos6 Koad. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Ridley 100 

Clinton Park 

- — Baltimore Park 

113 Quinu 

Brosnan 

201 Fourteenth 200 

301 Fifteenth 300 

401 Sixteenth 400 

Camp 

501 Seventeenth 500 

519 Dorland 518 

601 Eighteenth 600 

701 Nineteenth 700 

Cumberland 

801 Twentieth 800 

Liberty 

901 Twenty -first 900 

Hill 

1001 Twenty-second 1000 

Alvarado 

1101 Twenty-third 1100 

Elizabeth 

1201 Twenty-fourth 1200 

1301 Twenty-fifth 1300 

1401 Twenty-sixth 1400 

Guiana, South S F, bet 
Vancouver and Malacca 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 
Gunnison Avenue, S 
s Precita av S to Bipley 
place. 
Gustavus, bet Powell and 
Mason fm California to Sac- 
1 ramento. 



Gutenberg, West End 
Homestead Association. 

Guy Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm First SW. 

H, bet Golden Gate Park 
and I fm First av W. 

H, South SF. See Pen- 
obscot. 

Haggin, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 

Haight, bet Waller and 
Page W fm junction Gough 
and Market. 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and Gough 2 

101 Octavia 100 

201 Laguna 200 

301 Buchanan 300 

401 Webster 400 

501 Fillmore 500 

601 Steiner 600 

701 Pierce 700 

801 Scott 800 

901 Devisadero 900 

1001 Broderick 1000 

1101 Baker 1100 

1201 Lyon 1200 

1301 Lott 1300 

1401 Masonic avenue ...1400 

1501 Ashbury, 1500 

1601 Clayton 1600 

1701 Cole 1700 

1801 Shrader 1800 

(e) Stanyan fe") 

Hale, N of Silver av fm 
San Bruno Road W, Peo- 
ple's Homestead. 

Hall Alley, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Val- 
le]o S. 

Hall Court, bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson fm 
Dupont W. 

Hall Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 

Hallecfe, bet California 
and Sacramento fm Front 
to Leidesdorff. 

Halleck, E s Buchanan 
nr Lombard. See Mag- 
nolia. 

Hamburg, Sunnyside 
Tract . 

Hamilton, bet Holyoke 
and Bowdoin fm Silver av 
S, UMT. 

Hamilton Square, bet 
Scott and Steiner, Post and 
Geary. 

Hamlin, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Green 
N. 

Hamlin Place, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Larkln E. 

Hammond Place, bet 
Second and Third fm 
Townsend to Berry. 

Hampsbire, bet Potrero 
av and York fm Channel 
S to Serpentine av. 

Hampton Court, bet 
Hawthorne and Third fm 
Harrison NW. 

Hampton Place, bet 
Second and Thh-d fm Fol- 
som SE. 

Hancock,bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth, from 
Church to Noe. 

Hanna, Syndicate's First 
Addition to S F. 

Hanover, West End 
Homestead. 

Hanover Place, bet 
Mason and Powell fm 
Sacramento N. 

Hardie Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Kearny E. 

Hardy, bet Church and 
Sanches N from Sixteenth 
to Seventeenth 

Harlan Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Grant Av 
W. 

Harlem Alley, bet 
Leavenworth and Ada 
Court fm O'Farrell N. 

Harold Avenue, E of 
Lee av fm Ocean House 
Road S, Lake view. 



Harper, bet Warren and 

Merced fm Thirtieth S to 

Laidley. 
Harriet, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Howard to 

Folsom. 
Harrington, Academy 

Tract. 

Harrison, bet Folsom 

and Bryant SW f m Steuart 

to Fourteenth, thence S to 

Serpentine av. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Steuart 2 

101 Spear 100 

Johnston 

201 Mam 200 

301 Beale .300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Essex 538 

551 Rincon place 

557 Stanley place 

Charles place 570 

601 Second 600 

613 Vassar place 

Hawthorne 630 

Hampton court 670 

701 Third 700 

Ritch .- 720 

801 Fourth 800 

901 Fifth 900 

913 AveriU avenue 

953 Oak Grove avenue 

969 Morris avenue 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1011 Garden 

- — Columbia Square... 

Sherman 

1101 Seventh 1100 

1119 Langton 

1137 Chesley 

1149 Hayward 

— — ■ Mariposa Terrace.. 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Gordon 

1301 Nipth 1300 

Dore 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Norfolk 

- — Twelfth 1600 

1601 Channel • 

1701 Fourteenth 1700 

1721 Alameda 

1801 Fifteenth 1800 

1821 El Dorado 

1901 Sixteenth 1900 

1921 Santa Clara 

2001 Seventeenth 2000 

2021 Mariposa 

2101 Eighteenth 2100 

2121 Solano 

Nineteenth 2200 

2221 Butte 

2301 Twentieth 2300 

2401 Twenty-first 2400 

2501 Twenty-second 2500 

2601 Twenty-third 2600 

2701 Twenty-fourth 2700 

2801 Twenty-fifth 2800 

2901 Twenty-sixth 2900 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

H ar r i s o n Avenue. 

See Bruce Place. 
Harry, fm Laidley SWto 

Beacon. 
Harry Place, bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich fm 

Laguna E. 
Hartford, bet Noe and 

Castro fm Seventeenth S 

to Twentieth. 
Hartmann, bet Mason 

and Taylor tin Greenwich 

to Montgomery av. 
Harvard, bet Gambter 

and Oxford fm Silver av 

SE. 
Harwood Alley, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Filbert S. 
Hattie, bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth fm Clara 

Av W. 
Havelocli, fm Old San 

Jose Road W, N of House 

of Correction. 
Havens, bet Union and 

Filbert fm Leavenworth 

W. 



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HavciiN Place, bet 

St(jcktoii and Towell fm 

WashliiKtoii S. 
Ilaivc-N, bet Tenth and 

Kleventh I'm FolHom S. 
IluwHiorne, bet Second 

anil Third fm Folsom to 

Harrison. 

Un.res, bet Fell and Grove 

W Ini Junction Market and 

Larkin. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Market & Larkln... 2 

College place IG 

101 Polk 100 

201 "Van Ness avenue.. 200 

:»t Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

.501 Octavla 500 

(501 Laguna. 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

iWl Fillmore 900 

1001 Steiner 

1101 Pierce 

1201 Scott 1200 

KfOl Devisadero 1300 

1401 Broderlck 1400 

1501 Baker. 1500 

IfiOl Lyon._ 1600 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue.. ..1800 

looi Ashbury 1900 

2001 Clayton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

vt!j Stanyan (e) 

JHayward, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Harrison 
SE. 

Haj'ward. See Alice. 

Head, bet Bright and Vic- 
toria, City Land Associa- 
tion. 

Heath, fm Cortland av 
S to San Bruno Road. 

Hecber, fm Islals Creek 
W. Gift Map No 4. 

Helen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm Cal- 
itoruia S. 

Helena, South S F, S of 
IslalB Creek fm Water- 
ville W to Steuben. 

Henderson Avenue, 
S s Geary bet Johnson av 
and First av. 

Henrietta, fm San Jos6 
Road nr Thirtieth SE to 
North av, B H. 

Henrietta i^nuare, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Kleventh E. 

Henr.r, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin fm Lombard N. 

Henr.r, bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth fm Noe W. 

Heringer, E of San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm City 
Hall. 

IIerniann,bet Bradv and 
Ridley fm Mission W to 
.Steiner. 

Hermann, E of San Bru- 
no Road 3 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Heron, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Eighth NE. 

Hewlett Alley, bet 
Mason and Scott pi fm 
Pacific S. 

He.ruian, bet Eureka 
and Virginia av fm Pros- 
pect av to California av 

He.yn Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Clay S. 

Hichory Avenue, bet 

Dak and Fell fm Van Ness 
av to Webster. 
South. Street. N. side. 
I Van Ness avenue.. 2 

101 Franklin 100 

2(U Gough 200 

:«! Octavla 300 

401 Laguna.. , 400 

.'iOI Buchanan .500 

(iOl Webster 600 



Hisrli, bet BellevuP and 
Bllsslon Ocean House 
Road fm Twenty-filth S 
to Twenty-sl.\th. 

Higrhland Terrace, 
N s California bet Jones 
and Leavenworth. 

Hill, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second fra Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero, and fm 
Sanchez W to Castro. 

Hiniinelinann Place 
bet Mason and Taylor fm 
Pacific to Broadway. 

Hinckley, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Xearny to 
Dupont. 

Hobart Alley, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Taylor E. 

Hodges Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Vallejo N. 

Hods;es Court., bet 
Market and Mission fm 
Spear W. 

Hodgrson Alley, bet 
Mission and First av fm 
Sixteenth N. 

Hoff Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Volencia fm Six- 
teenth to Seventeenth. 

HofTinan Avenue, bet 
Douglass and Belle vue f m 
Elizabeth S to Thirtieth 

Hollis, bet Buchanan and 
Webster fm Ellis to O'Far- 
rell. 

HollOM'ay Avenue, 
bet De Montford and 
Grafton ovs fm Harold av 
AV, Lakeview. 

Holly, fm intersection of 
Plymouth av and Mission 
SE to Crescent av, Hollv 
Park. 

Holly Park Avenue, 
SW s Bernal Heights nr 
San Jos6 Road. 

Holyoke, bet Somerset 
and Hamilton fm Silver 
av S. 

Homer, bet Boyd and 
Harrison fm Ohesley NE 
and SW. 

Homestead, bet Doug- 
lass and Ellen fm Twenty- 
fourtli to Twenty-sixth. 

Honduras, South S F, 
E of Denmark tm Islals to 
China. 

Hooker Alley, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Mason 
E. 

Hooper, bet Channel and 
Irwin SW fm Kentucky to 
Eighth. 

Hope, fm California av N 
W to Franconia av, B H. 

Hopeton Terrace, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Washington S. 

Horace Alle.v, bet Fol- 
som and Shotwell fm 
Twenty-fifth to Twenty- 
sixth. 

Houston, bet Chestnut 
and Fiancisco fm Taylor 
to Jones. 

Howard, bet Mission and 

Folsom SW fm East to 

Thirteenth, thence S to 

Serpentine av. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Steuart (c) 

Green court 

101 Spear 100 

Dexter 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Maiden alley 

GOl Second 600 

• New Montgomery 

6:« Hubbard 

701 Third 700 

801 Fourth 800 

Howard court 814 

901 FifttL 900 

Mary 



1001 Sixth 1000 

1013 Harriet 

1041 Russ 

10.59 Moss 

1101 Seventh 1100 

1111 Langton 

1127 Rausch 

1159 Sumner 

1201 Eighth 1200 

1301 Ninth 1300 

■ Berkeley avenue... 

- Grand avenue 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Lafavette 

1601 Twelfth 1600 

Bowles place 1626 

1701 Thirteenth 1700 

Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

Adair 

2001 Sl.xteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

Kensington place.. 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second 2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth 2800 

2901 Twenty-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

Howard Court, bet 

Fourth and Fifth fm 

Howard NW. 
Howtli, San Miguel. 
Hubbard, betSecondand 

Third fm Howard SE. 
Hnbbell, bet Irwin and 

South SWfm Kentucky to 

Center. 
Hudson, bet Fourth and 

Fifth fm Channel to South. 
Hudson. See Apple - 

ton. 
Hulbert Alley, bet 

Fourih and Fifth SE and 

NW fm Clara. 
Humboldt, bet Sierra 

and Nevada fiu Water 

Front to Maryland. 
Hunt, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Third NE. 
Hunter, bet Case and Is- 
lals Creek fm Paul SW, 

Gift Map No 4. 
Huron, San Miguel. 
Hyde, bet Leavenworth 

and Larkin N fm McAl- 
lister to Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 McAllister 2 

101 Tyler 100 

201 Turk 200 

203 Hyde place 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 400 

501 O'Farrell 500 

Mabel alley 

601 Geary 600 

701 Post 700 

801 Sutter 800 

901 Bush 900 

1001 Fine 1000 

1101 California 1100 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

Troy alley 

i;»l Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1406 

1501 Jackson 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

Lynch 1606 

1701 Broadway 1700 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green 1900 

Delgado place 

Russell 

2001 Union 2000 

Allen 

2101 Filbert 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2:»1 Lombard 2300 

2401 Chestnut 2400 

2.501 Francisco 2500 

2601 Bay 2600 

Bergen alley 

2701 North Point 2700 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jefferson (e) 



Hy«le Place, bet Turk 

and Eddy Im Hyde W. 
H.vde Terrace, E a 

Hyde bet CBlilbrnIa and 
Sacramento. 

I, bet II and J fm First av 
W. 

I, South S F. See Osage. 

Idaho, bet Arizona and 
Dacotaii fm Water Front 
S to India. 

Idaho Avenue, bet 
Nebraska and California 
av fm Cortland av S to 
Powhattan, B H, Bar- 
man's Map. 

Illinois, bet Michigan 
and Kentucky fm Fourth 
S to Honduras. 

India, South S F, SW and 
Ns of India Basin. 

India Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Associa- 
tion. 

Indiana, bet Minnesota 
and Iowa fm Center S to 
Tulare. 

Ion, bet Grant and Mans- 
field fm La Grand av SE. 

lOYva, bet Indiana and 
Pennsylvania fm Center 8 
to Tulare. 

Irwin, bet Hooper and 
Hubbell SW fm Kentucky 
to Eighth. 

Isabel, fm Wolfe SE to 
Shakspeare, B H. 

Isis, bet Folsom and Har- 
rison fm Twelfth SW. 

Islais or Islay, opp St 
Mary's College fm Mis- 
sion W, Spring Valley 
Homestead. 

Islais, S s Islals Creek 
channel fm the bay W. 

Italy Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Associa- 
tion. 

Ivy Avenue, bet Hayes 
and Grove fm Polk W. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Polk 2 

(6) Van Ness avenue.. (6) 

201 Franklin 200 

301 Gough 300 

401 Octavia 400 

501 Laguna 500 

601 Buchanan 600 

701 Webster 700 

Ivy Terrace, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton W fm 
Selina Place 

J,bet I and K fm First av W. 

J, South S F. See Mo- 
nongaliela. 

Jackson,bet Washington 
and Pacific W fm East. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Drumm (c) 

101 Davis 100 

201 Front 200 

301 Battery 300 

313 Custom House pi... 

401 Sansome 400 

Balance 412 

431 Jones alley 

501 Montgomery 500 

Montgomery av 

601 Kearny 600 

623 Cooper'salley 

633 M'ashington place. 

Lozier 642 

701 Dupont 700 

711 St Louis alley 

■ Sullivan alley 720 

723 Stout's or Ross al.. 

801 Stockton 800 

Bedford place 806 

813 Trenton 814 

819 Stone 

Adele alley 824 

901 Powell 900 

Dore alley 

1001 Mason 1000 

1007 Marcv place 

Auburn 1014 

1101 Taylor 1100 

1201 Jones 1200 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

Hall place 

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Jacfeson— 

1401 Hyde 1400 

1501 Larkin IoOq 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue.1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavla 2000 

2101 Laguna 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster. ^ 2300 

2401 Fillmore 2400 

Steiner 2500 

Pierce 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devisadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker SOOO 

3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

3301 Walnut-. 3300 

3401 Laurel 3400 

5501 Locust 3500 

3601 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

(«) First avenue (e) 

-Jackson Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fin 
Washington N. 
Jaebson Park, bet 
Santa Clara and Mariposa, 
Carolina and Arkansas. 
Jackson Place, bet 
Green and Vallejo ftn 
Montgomery E. 
JacobyPlace,bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm Cal- 
ifornia N. 
Jamaica, South S F, bet 
Malta and Madagascar fm 
Kailroad av to Water Front 
James, South S F, bet St 
Lawrence and Kaskaskia 
fin Water Front SW to 
County line. 
Jane Place, bet Mason 

and Taylor fm Pine N. 
Jansen, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Greenwich to 
Lombard. 
Japan, S b Bryant bet 

First and Second. 
Japan Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Associa- 
t on. 
Jai-nac, fm Old San JosS 

Koad W. 
Jasper Alley, bet Union 
and Filbert f m Jasper PI E. 
Jasper Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Union to Filbert. 
Java, fm Park Koad S to 

Epstein W of Congress. 
Java, South S F. bet Mau- 
ritius and Salvador fm Sil- 
ver av to Alleghany. 
Jefferson, bet Beach and 
Tonquin W fin Powell to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 PoweU (d) 

101 Mason (d) 

201 Taylor (d) 

^1 Jones (d) 

401 Leavenworth (d) 

501 Hyde (d) 

601 Tjarkin..-. 600 

701 Polk 700 

Van Ness avenue. 

Gov't Reservation— 

1201 Laguna 1200 

1301 Buchanan 1300 

1401 Webster 1400 

1501 Fillmore 1500 

1601 Steiner 1600 

1701 Pierce 1700 

1801 Scott 1800 

1901 Devisadero 1900 

2001 Broderick 2000 

2101 Baker 2100 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Jefferson Avenue, E a 
Laurel av nr Cortland av 
E to San Bruno Koad. 
JefBerson Square, bet 
Golden Gate av and Eddy, 
Laguna and Gough. 
Jerome Alley, bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 
f m Pacific S. 



Jersey, bet Potrero av and 
Hampshire fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-flrst. 
Jersey, bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth 
f m Dolores W to Douglass. 
Jessie, bet Market and 

Mission fm First SW. 
(S.-B. Street. N.W.side. 

1 First 2 

Ecker 

Anthony 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

161 Annie 162 

(6) Third (&) 

301 Fourth 300 

(6) Fifth {b) 

431 Mint avenue 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

701 Eighth 700 

801 Ninth 800 

901 Tenth 900 

Jewett, bet Townsend and 
King fm Fourth to Fifth. 

John, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific fm PoweU to Mason. 

Jokn, bet First and Sec- 
ond. See Dover. 

Johnston Avenne,bet 
Parker av and Henderson 
av fm Geary S. 

Johnson, bet Spear and 
Main fm Harrison to Bry- 
ant. 

Jonah, Sunny Vale Home- 
stead. 

Jones, bet Taylor and 
Leavenworth N fm Mar- 
ket to JefTerson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Mkt & McAllister.. 2 

101 Golden Gate av 100 

201 Turk 200 

215 McDermott place.. 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 400 

411 Antonio 

Steveloe place 412 

501 O'Farrell 500 

601 Geary 600 

— - Cottage place 614 

701 Post 700 

Lewis place.. 704 

801 Sutter 800 

White's place 806 

901 Bush 900 

1001 Pine 1000 

1101 California 1100 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

Pleasant 

1301 Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1501 Jackson 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

1607 Bernard ....1608 

1701 Broadway 1700 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

Merrill 

1901 Green 1900 

Lincoln av 

2001 Union 2000 

2101 Filbert 2100 

Valparaiso 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2301 Lombard 2300 

Duane 

2401 Chestnut 2400 

2501 Francisco 2500 

Montgomery av... 

2601 Bay 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Jones Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Washington to Jackson. 
Jones' Place, N s Bry- 
ant bet Sixth and Seventh 
Joost Avenue, fm 
Junction Old San Jose 
Koad and Circular av W. 
to Hamburg. 
Josephine, bet Central 
av and Eugenia fin Laurel 
Hill Cemetery S. 
Joseph's Terrace, E s 
Stockton bet Lombard and 
Chestnut. 



Joy, fm California av NW 
to Brewster, B H. 

Jules Avenue, bet Ar- 
lington and Faxton avs, 
fm Ocean House Road S to 
Lakeview av, Lakeview. 

Julia, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Mission S. 

Julia Court, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
O'Farrell N. 

Julian Avenue, bet 
Mission and Valencia fm 
Fourteenth to Sixteenth. 

Julius, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Lombard N. 

Junction, or Dry, bet 
Twenty-ninth and 'Thir- 
tieth fm San Jos6 Road W 
to Bellevue. 

Juniper, bet Tenth and 
Eleventh fm Folsom to 
Bryant. 

Junlpero, bet Turk and 
St Rose's av fm Masonic 
av W to Parker av. 

Juno, bet Neptune and 
Vulcan fm Thornton av S 
to Williams av, Silver 

Juri, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth fm San 
Jose av W. 

K, bet J and L fm Fourth 
av W. 

K, South S F. See Savan- 
nah. 

I£ansas,bet Rhode Island 
and Vermont fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek. 

Kansas, bet Vermont 
and Apollo fm Thornton 
av S to Williams av, Sil- 
ver Terrace. 

Kappeler Court, bet 
Geary and Post fm Mason 
W. 

Kaskaskia, South S F, 
bet James and Gila fm 
Water Front SW to Coun- 
ty line. 

Kate, bet Ridley and Wal- 
ler W fm junction Market 
and Laguna to Steiner. See 
Hermann 

Kate, bet Waller and 
Frederick fm Cole to Stan- 
yan, in Baseball Grounds. 
See Beulah. 

Kate Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Bryant 
SE. 

Kearny,bet Montgomery 
and Dupont N fm Market 
to North Point. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Geary 2 

19 Morton 

101 Post 100 

Vermehr place 116 

201 Sutter 200 

Hardie place 218 

301 Bush 300 

401 Pine 400 

Summer 414 

501 California 500 

601 Sacramento 600 

627 Commercial 632 

Clay 700 

- Merchant 720 

801 Washington 800 

901 Jackson 900 

Montgomery av ... 
1001 Pacific 1000 

Rowland 1018 

1101 Broadwaj' 1100 

Dunn alley 1106 

1121 Hinckley 1120 

1201 Vallejo 1200 

1215 San Antonio 

1301 Green 130o 

1401 Union 1400 

1'.01 Filbert 1500 

1601 Greenwich 1600 

1701 Lombard 1700 

1801 Chestnut 1800 

1901 Francisco (d) 

2001 Bay Id) 

(e) North Point (e) 

KennebecbetBanks and 
Gates fm Califomiaav S to 

HoUlday Tract, B. H. 



Kensington Place, 

bet Nineteenth and 'Twen- 
tieth fm Howard W. 
Kent, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Mason W. 
Kentucky, bet Illinois 
and Tennessee fm Chan- 
nel S to Denmark. 
Keppler Alley, bet 
Noe and Sanchez fm Jer- 
sey S. 
Keyes Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Pacific 
N. 
Kimball Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde fm 
Sacramento N. 
King, bet Townsend and 
Berry SW fm the bay to 
Eighth. 
S.E. Street. iV. W. side. 

1 Second 2 

Hammond place... 

101 Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin 

201 Fourth 200 

301 Fifth 300 

401 Sixth 400 

501 Seventh 500 

(e) Eighth (e) 

King, S fm Islais Creek to 
Silver av. nr San Bruno 
Road, U M T. 
Kingston Avenue.bet 
Thirtieth and Thu-ty-first 
fm Mission W. 
Kissling,bet Howardand 
Folsom irom Eleventh to 
Twelfth. 
Kissling Place, bet 
Folsom and Harrison, 
Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. 
Knight's Place, West 

End Map No 1. 

Knox, bet Mansfield and 

Madison fm India av SE. 

Kohler's Place, bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 

fm GreenS. 

Kosciusko, fm Cortland 

av S to Crescent av, B H. 

Kossuth, E s Railroad av 

E to Chace. 
Kramer Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Greenwich S. 
Krausgril Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Filbert N. 
li, bet K and M Seventh fm 

av W. 

r,. South SF. See Platte 

Iiafa.rette, bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth fm Mission lo 

Howard. 

Iiafayette, West End 

Homestead. 
Iiafayette Park, bet 
Sacramento and Washing- 
ton, Gough and Laguna. 
Iiafayette Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Green to Union. 
TLa Or and Avenue, 

fm India av S. 
Iiaguna, bet Octavla and 
Buchanan N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Kate .. 2 

101 Waller 100 

201 Haight 200 

Rose avenue 

301 Page 300 

Lily avenue 

401 Oak 400 

Hickory avenue.... 

501 Fell 500 

Linden avenue 

601 Hayes 600 

Ivy avenue 

701 Grove 700 

Birch avenue 

801 Fulton 800 

Ash avenue 

901 McAllister 900 

Locust avenue 

1001 Golden Gate av 

1101 Turk 

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Iiaeniia— 

1201 Kddy 1200 

Willow avenue 

1301 Ellis 1300 

Olive avenue 

1401 O'Farrell 1-100 

Myrtle avenue 

1501 Geary 1500 

Cedar avenue 

1601 Post 1600 

Ewlng place 

AVnlnut avenue .... 

1701 Sutter 1700 

Fern avenue 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine IflOO 

2001 Calilornia 2000 

2101 Sacramento 

2201 Clav 

2;»1 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 240O 

2.501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

Grlsar 

3001 Filbert 3000 

Harry place 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

3201 Lombard 3200 

Magnolia 

3.301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson 3800 

3901 Tonquln 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

liabaiDa, South S F, bet 
Algeria and Mauritius fm 
Islals Creek to Water 
Front. 
liaidley, fm Thirtieth S 
E to Falrmount, thence 
SW to Castro. 
I^ake, N of California fm 
First av W to City Ceme- 
tery. 
IialteTiew,Ocean House 
Koad nrLake Merced, six 
Miles fm Old City Hall. 
I^akeview Avenue, S 
of Graffon av fm Lee av 
W, Lakeview. 
lianders, bet Church and 
Dolores fm Market to 
Sixteenth. 
liangton, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fin Howard S 
to Brannan. 
liapidge. bet Valencia 
and Guerrero fm Eigh- 
teenth to Nineteenth. 
liarkin, bet Hyde and 
Polk N fm Market to 
Tonquln. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Hayes 2 

Park avenue 

101 Grove 

Birch avenue 

201 Fulton 

213 Ash avenue 

301 McAllister 300 

315 Locust avenue 

401 Golden Gate av 400 

Elm avenue....„.„. 

501 Turk 500 

Laurel avenue - — 

601 Eddy 600 

611 Willow avenue 

701 Ellis 700 

709 Olive avenue 

801 O'Farrell 800 

813 Myrtle avenue 

901 Geary 900 

911 Cedar avenue 

1001 Post 1000 

1013 Walnut avenue 

1101 Sutter 1100 

Fern avenue 

1201 Bush 1200 

- — ■ Vorrath place 1206 

1209 Austin 

1301 Pine l.SOO 

1401 California 1400 

1501 Sacramento 1500 

1601 Clay 1600 

1701 Washington 1700 

1801 Jackson 1800 



1901 Pacific 1900 

Friedman place 1910 

2001 Broadway 2000 

Hamlin place _ 

2101 Vallejo 2100 

2201 Green 2200 

Kockland 

2:?01 Union 2300 

2401 Filbert 2400 

2501 Greenwich 2500 

2601 Lombard 2600 

2701 Chestnut 2700 

2801 Francisco 2800 

2901 Bay 2900 

3001 NorthPoint 3000 

3101 Beach 3100 

3201 Jefferson {d) 

» (e) Tonquln (e) 

Ijarkin Avenne, bet 

Ellis and O'Farrell fm Lar- 
klnE. 

liaskie, bet Eighth and 
Ninth I'm Mission NW. 

Kiatbani Place, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 

Iiatona, bet Pomona and 
Eailroad av fm Parnassus 
av S to Thornton av, Sil- 
ver Terrace. 

I^anra Place, bet San- 
some and 5Iontgomery fm 
Pine S. 

lianrel, bet Walnut and 
Locust fm California N. 

I<aurel ATenne. See 
Andover Avenue. 

lianrel Avenue, bet 

Turk and Eddy fm Larkin 
to Webster. 
South. Street. N. side 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

(6) Gough (6) 

Jefferson Square... 

(6) Octavla (6) 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

I^anrel Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm First 
to Essex. 
I<an!»sat, bet Haight and 
AValler fm Fillmore W to 
Steiner 
liawrence Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
Fremont E. 
Iiayton, E ot Conkling 
fm Silver ay N to near 
Potomac. 
liCaven-wortli, het 
Jones and Hyde N fm Mc- 
Allister to Jefferson. 
West. Street. JS. side. 

1 McAllister 2 

101 Golden Gate av 100 

Burcham place 

201 Turk. 200 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 40O 

501 O'FarreU 500 

601 Geary 600 

701 Post „ 700 

801 Sutter 800 

901 Bush 900 

1001 Pine 1000 

1101 California 1100 

Acorn alley 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

1301 Clav 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1.501 Jackson 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

1609 Lvnch 

Bernard 1614 

1701 Broadway 170O 

'\\'aldo alley 

Glover 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green 1900 

Lincoln 

2001 Union 2000 

Havens 

2101 Filbert 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

zm Lombard 2300 



2401 Chestnut 2400 

2.501 Francisco 2500 

2601 Bay 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 

Montgomery av.... 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jelferson _ (e) 

IiCdyard, bet Concord 
and Scott avs fm Silver av 
SE. 
L<ee, fm Cortland av S to 
San Brano Koad, S s B H. 
Iiee Avenue, bet Har- 
old and Brighton avs fm 
(Icean House Road S to 
Lakeview av. Lakevlew. 
Iieidesdorff, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Pine N to Clay. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Pine 2 

101 California 100 

Halleck 

201 Sacramento 200 

213 Commercial 212 

(e) Clay (e) 

l<eua Place, bet Shasta 
and Napa Irom Illinois E. 
lieouard Place, bet 
Eddy and Turk fm Leav- 
enworth W. 
JLeonore, E s San Bruno 
Koad 3 miles fm City HaU. 
Iieroy Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth Im Sac- 
ramento N and S. 
licstrade Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pacific N. 
I^evant, bet Tilden and 

Congress fm Epstein S. 
liCwis, fm Polk W to Pre- 
sidio Keservation fronting 
the bay. 
riewis, bet Canal and Ney 
fm Mission E, College 
Homestead Assn. 
licwis. See Addison. 
I<e\vis Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Taylor to 
Jones. 
Iiiberty, bet Third and 

Fourth See Clyde, 
liiberty, bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-first fm Val- 
encia W to Castro. 
l.ick, bet Union and Fil- 
bert Im Taylor W. 
liick Alley, bet Marljet 

and Mission fm First W. 
liick Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Post to Sutter. 
liida Place, bet Mission 
and Hoffavfm Sixteenth 
N. 
I^iebig, San Miguel. 
liilac Alley, bet Mission 
and Capp from Twenty- 
fourth to Twentv-sixth. 
liily Avenue, bet Page 

and Oak fm Franklin W. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Franklin 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavla 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 500 

liily Avenue, bet Bush 

and Pine fm Powell W. 
liinia, bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde fm Filbert N. 
Iiincoln, BH. See 

Blaine. 
Iiincoln Avenue, fm 
Belgrave av S, Clarendon 
Heights. 
Iiincoln Avenue, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Jones W. 
Iiincoln Place, bet 
Union and Filbert fm 
Hyde E. See Allen. 
Iiincoln Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Fremont E. 
liin^roln Road, bet 
Clara av and Douglass fm 
Twentieth to Twenty-sec- 
ond. 



Iiinden Avenue, bet 

Fell and Hayes fm E s 
Van Ness av to Webster. 

South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Van Ness av 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 Gough 20O 

:i01 Octavla 30O 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

(e) Webster (e) 

liippard Avenue, 
Mission and Thirtieth St 
Extension Homestead Un- 
ion. 

liisbon. Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Iiittle, bet Mission and 
Delaware av fm Ocean 
House iioad N. 

Iiillle IVebster. See 
IrVinthrop. 

liivingititon, E of Bar- 
Ion fm Fox S. Gift Map 
No 4. 

liizzie, S. of Thirtieth fm 
Mission SE. 

Iile welly n, bet Bourne 
and Orsenius fm Washua 
N to Freedom, Gift Map 
No. 4. 

liloyd, bet Ridley and 
Waller fm Scott W. 

liObos, Railroad Home- 
stead. 

liobos Square, bet 
Webster and Laguna. 
Chestnut and Bay. 

liocust, bet Laurel and 
Spruce fm California N. 

liOcust Avenue, bet 
McAllister and Golden 
Gate av fm Larkin to Fill- 
more. 

South. Street. J^. side^ 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk lOO 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 30O 

401 Gough 40O 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan TOO 

liOgan, fm La Grand S. 

liOnibard, bet Green- 
wich and Chestnut W fm 
Battery to Presidio Keser- 
vation. 

South. Street. iV side. 

1 Battery (d) 

Sansome 

101 Montgomery 100 

Winthrop 

201 Kearny 200 

Good Children, 

Julius 

301 Dupont 300 

Wells court 

501 Stockton 500 

507 Lombard place 

601 Powell 600 

Chambers alley..... 

701 Mason 700 

705 Hartmann...; 

Fielding 708 

Montgomery av.... 

713 Jansen 

801 Tavlor 800 

901 Jones 900 

1001 Leavenworth 1000 

1101 Hyde 1100 

Henry 

1201 Larkin _ 1200 

1301 Polk 1300 

1401 Van Ness avenue..l400 

1501 FrankUn 1500 

1601 Gough 1600 

1701 Octavla 1700 

1801 Laguna 1800 

1901 Buchanan 1900 

2001 Webster 200O 

2101 Fillmore 2100 

2201 Steiner 2200 

2301 Pierce 2300 

2401 Scott 2400 

2501 Devisadero 2500 

2601 Broderick 2600 

2701 Baker 2700 

e) Lyon (e) 

liOnibard Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell tm 
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Iiondon, Excel SI ior 
Homestead Association. 

IiOomis,fm Barneveld av 
nr Waterloo N to Barne- 
veld av nr Kossuth. 

IrOtt, bet Lyon and Ma- 
sonic av N fm Waller to 
Turk. 

Xiouisa, bet Folsom and 
Hanison fm Kitch to 
Fourth. 

Iiouisa Alley, N s Lou- 
isa bet Hayward and Eliz- 
abeth. 

ItOuisbarg, bet Howth 
and Tara fm Ocean House 
Road to Mt Vernon av. 

liOuisiaiia, bet Mary- 
land and Georgia fm Sola- 
no S to Honduras. 

IiOiFell,West End Home- 
stead Association, form- 
erly Humboldt 

liOzier, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Jackson to Pa- 
cific. 

liuck, fim Orleans to Ber- 
nal av. 

liucby. fm Folsom nr 
Twenty-fourth to Treat 
av 

I^ucT, bet Masonic av and 
Ashbury fm Waller S., 
now De Long av 

I<ucy, bet Geres and Rail- 
road av fm Thornton av 
S to Williams av, Silver 
Terrace. 

l.nndy Iiane, fm Vir- 
ginia av NE to Coso av, 
B H. 

liunt Avenue, bet Gol- 
den Gate av and McAllister 
fin Laguna 

I, y e 1 1 , Spring Valley 
Homestead Association. 

Iiyucli, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Leaven- 
worth to Hyde. 

Xiyon, bet Baker and Lott 
N fm Halght to Turk, and 
bet Baker and Ceniral av 
fm Gearv to Lewis. 

Xiyons, B H. See Iflinot 

I/ysett Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 

M, bet L and N fm Seventh 
av W. 

M, South SF. See Yazoo 

M, bet Twenty-second and 
Twentv-third fm Sanchez 
to Diamond. See Alva- 
raflo. 

]Habel Alley, bet O'Far- 
rell and Geary fm Hyde E 

liable Court, bet Guer- 
rero and "Dolores fm Four- 
teenth. 

Macedonia, S s Califor- 
nia av S to Cortez, B H. 

M a c k e y , Syndicate's 
First Addition to S F. 

Madagascar, South S 
F, bet Jamaica and Gib- 
raltar fm Railroad av to 
County line. 

Madeira, South S F, bet 
Costa Rica and Uruguay 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 

Madden, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 

Madison, bet Knox and 
Gamhter fm Silver av S 

Madison Avenue, bet 
Fifth and Sixth fm Harri- 
son S. 

Madrid, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Maggie Alley,betGeary 
and Post f m Jones E. 

Magner Place, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Mason E. 

Magnolia, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Laguna 
W. 

Maiden I<aue,betMont- 

f ornery and Kearny fm 
lontgomery av 8. 



Maiden Iiane, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo N. See Vulcan 
liane. 

Main, bet Spear and Beale 

fm Market SE to the bay. 

East. Street. TK side. 

1 Market 2 

Meeks place 

Main street place.. 

101 Mission 100 

20L Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Rincon court 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 

Main Street Place, 
bet Market and Mission 
fm Main E. 

Malacca, South S F, bet 
Guiana and Tobago fm 
Railroad av to County 
' line. 

Maiden Alley, bet 
First and Second f m How- 
ard SE. 

Malta, South S F, bet 
Bermuda and Jamaica fm 
Railroad av to Water 
Front. 

Malviua Place, bet 
Sacramento and Clay fm 
Mason W. 

Manchester, fm Mon- 
tezuma S to Ripley pi, 
B.H. 

Mangels Avenue, 
Sunnyside Tract. 

Manila, South S P, bet 
Montenegro and St Thom- 
as fm Islais to California 
Dry Dock. 

Manitoba, South S F, 
bet Marquesas and Dom- 
inica fm Baker av SE to 
Water Front. 

Manning Place, bet 
Market and Mission fm 
Eighth W. 

Mansell, S of Olmstead 
fm San Bruno Road W, 
V. M. T. 

Mansfield, bet Ion and 
Knox I'm La Grand av SE 

Maple, bet Spruce and 
Cherry fm California N. 

Maple Court, bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores fm Four- 
teenth N. 

Marcy Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Jack- 
son S. 

Marengo, E of San Bru- 
no Road f m Dickinson N 
to Waterloo, Gift Map 
No 4. 

Margaret Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Valleio N. 

Margaret Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm Turk 
N. 

Margary, bet Sanchez 
and Noe fm Alvarado S to 
Clipper. 

Maria, bet Harrison and 
Bryant and Seventh and 
Eighth E and W sides of 
Chesley. 

Marin, bet Colusa and 
Tulare fm the bay W to 
Pennsylvania. 

Marion Place,bet Tay- 
lor and Jones fm Union N 

Mariposa, bet Santa 
Clara and Solano fm the 
bay W to Harrison. 

Mariposa Terrace, 
bet Seventh and Eighth 
fm Harrison N. 

Mariiet, fm East SW to 
corner Castro and Seven- 
teenth. 

S. E. Street. N. W. side. 
1 East and Sacra'to.. 2 

(c) Steuart 

101 Spear 

Drummand Cal'a.. 100 

201 Main 

Davis and Pine 200 

301 Beale 



401 Fremont 

Front 300 

501 First 

Battery and Bush. 400 

527 Ecker 

Sansome & Sutter.. 500 

601 Second 

Montg'y and Post.. 600 

617 New Montgomery 

639 Annie 

Kearny and Geary 700 

701 Third 

Brooks 734 

Grant av & O'Far'l 800 

801 Fourth 

Stockton and Ellis 900 

Powell and Eddy...l000 

901 Fifth 

Mason and Turk.. .1100 

1001 Sixth 

Taylor and Golden 

Gate av 1200 

Jones & McAUistriaoo 

1101 Seventh 

City Hall avenue... 

1201 Eighth 

1301 Ninth 

LarkinandHayes..l600 

1401 Tenth 

— - Polk and Fell 1700 

1501 Eleventh — - 

Van Ness av& Oak 1800 

1601 Potter 

FranlsUnandPage.1900 

Rose avenue 1912 

1701 Brady 

Gough and Halght2000 

1801 Valencia - — - 

Octavia & WaUer...2100 

Hermann 

Pearl 

1901 Guerrero 

Laguna and Her- 

mann 2200 

Ridley 

2001 Dolores 

- — Buchanan 2300 

2101 Church and Four- 
teenth 2400 

2201 Fifteenth &San'z...2500 
2301 Sixteenth andNoe.2600 
(e) Seventeenth and 

Castro Ce) 

Marquesas, South S F, 

bet Corea and Manitoba 

fm Schneider to Water 

Front. 
Marshall, bet Ney and 

Silver av fm Mission E, 

College Homestead Assn. 
Marsily, De Boom Tract. 
Martha Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Geary S. 
Martin, bet Bush and 

Sutter fm Dupont E. 
Martinique, South S F, 

bet Tobago and Costa Rica 

fm Railroad av to County 

line. 
Mary, bet Fifth and Sixth 

fm Mission to Howard. 
Mary liane, bet Kearny 

and Dupont fm Bush S. 
Marye Terrace, bet 

Hyde and Larkin fm Turk 

N 
Maryland, bet Delaware 

and Louisiana fm Solano 

S to Honduras. 

Mason, bet Powell and 
Taylor N fm Market to Jef- 
ferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 
1 Market and Turk.. 2 

101 Eddy 100 

201 Ellis 200 

Latham place 

217 Dikeman place 

301 O'Farrell 300 

401 Geary 400 

409 Derby 

419 Kappelercourt 

501 Post 500 

Scheerer place 

601 Sutter 600 

Delta place 616 

701 Bush 700 

Hooker alley 

801 Pine 800 

Frank place 

901 California 900 



1001 Sacramento 1000 

1011 Ewer Place 

1017 Malvina place 

Dawson place 

1101 Clay 1100 

1107 Matthew place 

Sheppard place 1110 

1201 Washington 1200 

1301 Jackson 1300 

John 1314 

1401 Pacific 1400 

1501 Broadway 1500 

1601 Vallejo 1600 

1701 Green 1700 

Winter's lane 1716 

1801 Union 1800 

Kent 1809 

1901 Filbert 1900 

1911 Valparaiso 

2001 Greenwich 2000 

Montgomery av„... 

2101 Lombard 2100 

2201 Chestnut 2200 

Water 

2301 Francisco 2300 

Vandewater. 

2401 Bav 2400 

2501 North Point 2500 

Alaska place 

2601 Beach 2600 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Masonic Avenue, bet 

Lott and Ashbury fm 

Point Lobos av S 
Massachusetts, bet 

New Tork and Delaware 

fm Sonoma S to Honduras 
Massasoit, fm Cortez SE 

to Franconia av, B H. 
Mateo, W of Miguel from 

San Jos6 Road NW to 

Cherry. 
Mattheiv Place, bet 

Clay and Washington fm 

Mason W. 
Mauritius, South S F, 

bet Lahaina and Java fm 

Elmira SB to Alleghany. 
Max-»vell, bet Larkin and 

Polk fm Broadway N to 

Vallejo. 
Mayflower, E s Rose- 

crans bet California av 

and Powhattan, B H. 
Mazzini, E of Orleans 

fm Precita Creek SE to 

Schneider. 

McAllister, bet Fulton 
and Golden Gate av W 
fm junction Jones and 
Market. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Market and Jones 2 

Park avenue 

Leavenworth 100 

Hyde 200 

Brown's alley 

301 Larkin 300 

401 Polk 400 

501 Van Ness avenue.. 500 

601 Franklin 600 

701 Gough 700 

801 Octavia 800 

901 Laguna 900 

1001 Buchanan 1000 

UOl Webster,.. 1100 

1201 Fillmore 1200 

1301 Stelner 1300 

1401 Pierce 1400 

1501 Scott 1500 

1601 Devisadero 1600 

1701 Broderick 1700 

1801 Baker 1800 

1901 Lyon 1900 

2001 Lott 2000 

Ce) Masonic avenue... (e) 
McClellan, fm Califor- 
nia av bet Minot and Wool 
S to Cortland av, B H. 
McCoruiick, bet Hyde 

and Larkin fm Pacific S. 
McDermott Place, 
bet Turk and Eddy fm 
Jones W. 
Mcliaren liane, bet 
ThirteenthandFourteenth 
fm Folsom W. 
Mclica Court, bet Har- 
rison and Bryant fin Ninth 
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Heachain Place, be 

Hyde and Larkin fm Pos 
S. 

Mearn, bet jMerrlfleld and 
First av t'ui Geary N. 

Hedau Mace, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Fil- 
bert N. 

Med ford, bet Astor and 
Tobin SE to County line, 
A'lf.ltaclou Valley. 

M e d w »y Alley, bet 
Church and Chattanooga 
fm Twenty-third N. 

MeekH Place, bet Mar- 
ket and 31ission fm Main 
W. 

Jtfelliis. bet Mission and 
Howard fm Fremont W. 

Slelrose Avenue, Snn- 
nyside Tract. 

IMeiidooino. bet Calave- 
ras and riumasfm the bay 
W to Honduras. 

Herced, S s Thirtieth nr 
Noe S to Laldley. 

Mercer, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Merchant, bet Clay and 
Washington Wfrn East to 
Kearny. 

South. .Street. iV. side. 

1 East 2 

(6) Drumm (6) 

(6) Davis (6) 

301 Front 300 

401 Batterv 400 

501 Sansome 500 

601 Montgomery 600 

Dunbar allev._ 628 

(e) Kearny (e) 

Merrifield, bet Chase 
and iMearsfm Geary N. 

Merrill, bet VaUeJo and 
Green fm Jones to Leav- 
enworth. 

Merrill, bet Williamson 
and Goettlngen fm Silver 
av N. 

MerrimacK of Alameda 
fm the bay to Tennessee. 

Merritt, fm Hattie W to 
Kose. 

Mersey Alley, bet Do- 
lores and Chattanooga fm 
Twentv-third N. 

Metealf Place.bet Post 
and Sutter fm Laguna W. 
See Ewing Place. 

Metcalfe Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor Im 
Geary N. 

Mexico, bet Alaska and 
Colorado fm Water Front 
S to India. 

Michigan, bet Georgia 
and Illinois fm Solano S to 
Hundurns. 

Middle, bet Fillmore and 
■Webster fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Midway, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Francisco to 
Bay. 

Midway East, bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont fm Fran- 
cisco to Bav. 

Mid way West, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Fran- 
cisco to Bay. 

Miguel, fm Bemis near 
Fairmount SE to San Josfi 
Road. 

Miles Court, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. / 

Miles Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Sacra- 
mento N. 

Miller Place, bet 
Fourth and Fifth fm Fol- 
Fom S. 

Mills Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Dupont W. 

Milton, Spring Valley 
Homestead Association 
and De Boom Tract. 

Milton Avenue, fm 
Southern Pacitic Railroad 
W, Sunnyside Tract. 

Minerva, Railroad 
Homestead. 



Minna, bet Mission and 

Howard fm First SW. 
,S. R Street. N. W. side. 
1 First 2 

Shaw alley 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

201 Third 200 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

Mary 

501 Sixth 500 

Russ 

601 Seventh 600 

645 Julia 646 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 

(b) Tenth (6) 

1001 Eleventh. 1000 

1021 Lafavette place 1020 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (6) 

1301 Fourteenth 1300 

(6) Fifteenth (6) 

Minna Place, Mission 
and Howard fm Beale W. 

Minnesota, bet Tennes- 
see and Indiana fm South 
S to Tulare. 

Minnie, bet Ashbury and 
Clayton fm WaUer S. See 
Treniont Av. 

Minot, fm California av S 
to Cortland av, B. H. 

Mint Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth fm Mission N 
and bet Market and Mis- 
sion fm Fifth W. 

M i r a in a r Avenue, 
bet Capitol and Golden 
State avs, fm Oceau 
House Road S to Lake- 
view av, Lakeview. 

Mission, bet Market and 
Howard SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence S to 
County Road. 

8.B. Street. N.W.side. 
1 East 2 

(c) Steuart (c) 

101 Spear 100 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Ecker 

537 Shaw alley 

Anthony 570 

601 Second 600 

New Montgomery. 

Annie 650 

701 Third 700 

Opera alley 

801 Fourth 800 

901 Fifth 900 

Mint avenue 

921 Marv 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1101 Seventh 1100 

Mission alley 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Laskie 1230 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1313 Berkele.v avenue... 

1323 Grand avenue • — 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

1525 Lafavette 

Potter 1600 

West Mission 

1601 Twelfth — 

Bond 

1701 Thirteenth 

Ridlev 1700 

1749 Erie 

1801 Fourteenth ISOO 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

Mission Court 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2013 Goldman place 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

Clarion alley 

AVillows avenue ...2120 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2:»1 Nineteenth 2300 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twentv-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second 2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth 2800 

2901 Twentv-flfth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 



Mission and Ocean 
Koad, fm terminus of 
Mission W. 

Mission N to Jessie. 
Mission Avenue, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Seventeenth S. See 
Dearborn Place. 
Mission Court, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth oft' 
Mission 
Mission Plaza.bet Mis- 
sion and West Mission fm 
Twelfth to Thirteenth. 
Mississippi, bet Penn- 
sylvania and Texas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 
Missouri, bet Texas and 
Connecticut fm Center S to 
Tulare. 
M o Ii a w k Avenue, 

San Miguel. 
Monongahela, South 
S F, bet Osage and Savan- 
nah fm Honduras SW to 
Visitacion Valley. 
Monroe, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Bush to Pine 
Montana, Railroad 

Homestead. 
Montcalm, bet Wolfe 
and Cortez fm California 
av E to Isabel. B H. 
Montenegro, South SF, 
bet Denmark and Manila 
fm Islais. 
Montezuma, fm Coso av 

E to Folsom, B H. 
Montgomery, bet San- 
some and Kearny N fm 
Market to Francisco. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Post... 2 

101 Sutter 100 

201 Bush 200 

301 Pine 300 

319 Summer 

401 California 400 

501 Sacramento 500 

513 Commercial 518 

601 Clay 600 

613 Merchant 622 

701 Washington 700 

Montgomery av.... 

801 Jackson 800 

- — Gold 806 

901 Pacific 900 

915 Montgomery court 

1001 Broadway 1000 

Hinckley 

1101 Vallejo 1100 

Jackson place 1112 

1201 Green 1200 

Moulton place 

1301 Union 1300 

1311 Montgomery place 

1315 Alta 1314 

1401 Filbert 1400 

1501 Greenwich 1500 

1601 Lombard 1600 

1701 Chestnut (b) 

fe) Francisco (e) 

Montgomery Av- 
enue, fm N W cor Slont- 
gomery and Washington 
NW to Beach. 
S.W. Street. If. E. side. 
1 Wash and Mont. . 2 

Gibbs • 

101 Jackson 100 

Kearnv 

201 Pacific 200 

Adler 

301 Broadway 300 

Dupont 

401 Vallejo 400 

Stockton .„ 

501 Green 500 

601 Union 600 

Powell 

701 Filbert 700 

801 Greenwich 800 

Mason 

901 Lombard 900 

1001 Chestnut 1000 

Ta.ylor 

1101 Francisco 1100 

Jones 

1201 Bav 1200 

1301 NorthPoint 1300 

Leavenworth 

(e) Beach 



Montgomery Court, 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
fm Montgomery W. 
Montgomery Place, 

bet Union and Filbert fm 
Montgomery W. 

Monticello, City Land 
Association. 

Moore Place, bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Union N. 

Morey Alle.v, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Broad- 
way to Vallejo. 

Morrel Place,betHyde 
and Larkin fm Pacific N 

Morris Avenue, bet 
Fifth and Sixth fm Har- 
rison to Bryant. 

Morse, bet Dupont and 
Kearny fm Bush to Pine. 
See St CJeorge Alley 

Morse, San Miguel, W End 
Map No 1. 

Morse Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Broadway S. 

Morton, bet Geary and 
Post fm Keamy to Stock- 
ton. 

Moscow, Excelsior 
Homestead Association. 

Moss, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Howard to Folsom 

Moss Avenue, bet 
Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth from Corbett Road 
E to Casein Avenue 

Moulton, bet Greenwich 
and Lombard fm Buchan- 
an to Steiner. 

Moulton Avenue, fm 
Southern Pacific Railroad 
W, Sunnyside Tract. 

Moulton Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Mont- 
gomery W. 

Moultrie, fm Cortland 
av to Crescent av, B IL 

Mount Vernon Av- 
enue, bet Mission and 
San Jose Road fm Accacia 
SE. 

Mountain Spring 
Avenue, bet Olarendon 
and St Germain avs fm 
San Uliguel Eancho E to 
Lincoln av. Clarendon 
Heights. 

Mnlford Alley, bet 
Bush and Pine im Tay- 
lor E. 

Municli, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Myrtle Avenue, bet 

O'Farrell and Geary fm 

Larkin to Laguna. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

:«! Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

S, bet M and fm Seventh 
av W. 

Sr, South S F. See Sns- 
qnehanna. 

:Naglee Avenue, San 
Miguel. 

Napa, bet Butte and Sierra 
fin the bay W to Harrison. 

Napier Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Filbert N. 

Naples, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Napoleon, bet Norman 
and Tulare fm Biggs SW to 
Orleans. 

Nashua, fm Islais Creek 
S to Islais Creek, Gift Map 
No 4. 

Natick, bet Roanoke and 

(e)Castro fm Chenery S. 



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Katoma, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Fremont SW. 

S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

1 First 2 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

(6) Third (6) 

(6) Fourth (ft) 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (ft) 

901 Tenth 900 

1001 Eleventh 1000 

1019 Lafayette place. ...1018 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (6) 

1301 Fourteenth laOO 

(b) Fifteenth (6) 

?rebraska, bet Nevada 
and Idaho av f m Cortland 
av N to Powhattan, B H, 
Barman's Map. 
IVeltraska, bet Vermont 
and Utah fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek. 
BTebrasIca, E of Utah fm 
Thornton av N, Silver 
Terrace. 
STecropoIis Avenne, 
bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth fm Dolores W. 
Tfeptnue, bet Venus and 
Juno fm Thornton av S to 
Williams av, Silver Ter- 
race. 
Jfevadajbet Eleventh and 
Twelfth fm Folsom SE to 
Harrison. See Korfollc 
Hfevada, bet Sierra and 
Yolo fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 
Ke-^ada, bet Prentiss and 
Nebraska fm Cortland av 
N to Powhattan, B H, 
Barman's Map. 
New Cbaiinel, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Six- 
teenth to Eighteenth. 
Jfew Montgomery, bet 
Second and Third fm Mar- 
ket SE to Howard. 
E. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

15 Stevenson 

29 Jessie 30 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

(e) Howard (e) 

'Sew Morse, West End 

Homestead. 
Keif Orleans Alley, 
bet Leavenworth and 
Hvde ftn Green N. 
Jfew Pacific, bet Eighth 
and Ninth fm Mission N. 
Kew Yorli, bet Virginia 
and Massachusetts fm 
WaterFront S toHonduras 
Jfewell, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Lombard N. 
See Fielding. 
Neivliall, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Stockton 
to Powell. 
Jfey, bet Lewis and Mar- 
shall fm Mission E, Col- 
lege Homestead Assn. 
iSiiagara Avenue, bet 
Seneca and Mount Vernon 
avs fm Mission W to San 
Jose Eoad. 
Nicaragua, South S F, 
bet Ecuador and Tahiti fm 
San Bruno Eoad to Coun- 
ty line. 
Jfineteenth, bet Eight- 
eenth and Twentieth fm 
Harrison W. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

Capp 

301 Mission 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero...., 500 



Dolores. 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Collingwood 

1101 Diamond 

Eureka 1100 

(e) Douglass (e) 

Nineteentli Avenue, 

f m Presidio Reservation S. 

Nineteentli Avenue, 

South SF. SeeliaUaina 

Ninth, bet Eighth and 

Tenth fm MarKet SE to 

Mission Creek. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

Tehama - — 

Clementina 

301 Folsom 300 

Rmgold 

401 Harrison 400 

McLea court 

501 Bryant 500 

601 Brannan 609 

Nintb Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S toP. 

Nintta Avenue, South S 

F. See Core a. 
Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth 

fin Hubbell to South. 
Noble's Alley, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Du- 
pont E. 
Noe, bet Sanchez and Cas- 
tro fm Ridley S to Thir- 
tieth. 
Noonan Avenue, bet 
Howard and Clementina 
fm Eighth E. 
Noonan's Alley, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo S. 
Norfolk, bet Eleventh 
and Twelfth fm Foisom 
SE to Harrison. 
Norma, fm Lincoln av S 
to Twentieth, Clarendon 
Heights. 
Norman, bi-t Bourbon 
and Napoleon ftn Precita 
Creek SW to Orleans. 
Nortli Avenue,fm Coso 
av SW to HoUy Park. B H. 
Nortb Point, bet Bay 
and Beach W fm Kearny 
to Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. N. side. 

Kearny 2 

(,c) Dupont _ fc) 

101 Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

301 Mason 300 

401 Tavlor 400 

501 Jones 500 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Leavenworth 600 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkin 800 

901 Polk 900 

Van Ness avenue.. 
Gov't Reservation 

Laguna 1400 

Buchanan 1500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Steiner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devisadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

2301 Baker 2300 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Nortb Willard, bet 
Parker and First Av, fm 
D, N to Odd Fellows Cem. 
Norton, Academy Tract. 
Norton Court, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth ftn Bran- 
nan S. 



Norton Place, bet 
Montgomery andSansome 
fm Filbert N. 

Norificli, N of Ripley pi 
fm Columbia pi W, Pre- 
cita Valley Lands. 

Norwich, bet Montezu- 
ma and Prospect av fm 
Folsom W, B. H. See 
Stoneman. 

N n n a n ' s Alley, bet 
Howard and Tehama fm 
Eighth B. 

Nye, fm Fox N to Islais 
Creek, Gift Map No. 4. 

O, bet N and P fin Eighth 
av W. 

O'Connell Place, bet 
Mason and Powell, from 
Vallejo N. 

O'Farrell, bet Ellis and 
Geary W fm Junction 
Grant av and Market. 

South. Street. JST. side. 
1 Market and Dupt.. 2 

Bagley place 14 

Julia court 28 

101 Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

219 Carlos place 

O'Farrell alley 228 

301 Mason 300 

Raphael place 

401 Taylor 400 

WilMam 430 

501 Jones 500 

601 Leavenworth 600 

Harlem alley 

- — Ada court 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkin 800 

901 Polk 900 

1001 Van Ness avenue..l000 

1101 Franklin 1100 

1201 Gough 1200 

1301 Octavia 1300 

1401 Laguna 1400 

1501 Buchanan 1500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Steiner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devisadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

(e) St Joseph's av (e) 

O'Farrell Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
O'Farrell N andbetO'Far- 
relland Geary fm Mason E. 

Oak, bet Page and Fell W 

fm Junction Van Ness av 

and Market. 

South. Street. N'. side. 

1 Mkt &Van Ness av 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Octavia 300 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

601 "Webster 600 

701 Fillmore 700 

801 Steiner 800 

901 Pierce 900 

1001 Scott 1000 

1101 Devisadero 1100 

1201 Broderick 1200 

1301 Baker 

1401 Lyon 

1501 Lott 

1601 Masonic avenue... 

1701 Ashbury 

1801 Clayton 

1901 Cole 

2001 Shrader 

(e) Stanvan (e) 

Oak Orove Avenue, 
bet I'ifth and Sixth fm 
Harrison to Bryant. 
Oak Place, bet Geary 
and Post f m Mason to Tay- 
lor. See l>erby- 
Ocean House and 
Beach Boad, fm ter- 
mination Point Lobos av 
S and E to Ocean View 
House. 



Ocean House Boad, 

(Central) fm McAllister 
SW to Ocean View House. 

Ocean House Boad, 

(Mission) fm Mission Do- 
lores SW to Ocean View 
House. 

Ocean Ifouse Boad, 

(old) fm San Jos6 Road nr 
Industrial School W to 
Ocean View House. 

Oeean Terrace, Sutro 

Heights. 

Octavia, bet Gough and 

Laguna N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
We.it. Street. E. side. 

1 Market & Waller... 2 

101 Haight 100 

Rose avenue 

201 Page 200 

Lily avenue 

301 Oak 300 

Hickory aveuue.... 

401 Fell 400 

Linden avenue 

501 Hayes 500 

Ivy avenue 

601 Grove 600 

Birch avenue _ 

701 Fulton 700 

Ash avenue 

801 McAllister 800 

Locust avenue 

Golden Gate av 

Jefferson Square... 

1101 Eddy 1100 

Willow avenue 

1201 Ellis 1200 

Olive avenue 

1301 O'Farrell 1300 

Myrtle avenue 

1401 Geary 1400 

■. Cedar avenue 

1501 Post 1500 

Walnut avenue 

1601 Sutter 1600 

Fern avenue „ 

1701 Bush 1700 

Austin 

1801 Pine 1800 

1901 California 1900 

Sacramento 

Lafayette Park . ... 

2201 Washington 2200 

2301 Jackson 2300 

2401 Pacific 2400 

2501 Broadway 2500 

2601 Vallejo 2600 

2701 Green 2700 

2801 Union 2800 

Grisar • 

2901 Filbert 2900 

3001 Greenwich 3000 

3101 Lombard 3100 

3201 Chestnut 3200 

3301 Francisco 3300 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

3801 Tonquin 3800 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Ohio, bet Sansome and 
Montgomery fm Pacific to 
Vallejo. See Prescott. 
Ohio, bet Wyoming and 
Virginia I'm Water Front 
S to Honduras. 
Old Hickory, E s And- 
overav nr Crescent av E 
to San Bruno Road. 
Old San Jose Boad, 
fm Junction Valencia and 
Twenty - second SW to 
County line. 
Olean, Gift Map No 4. 
Olive Avenue, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fin Lar- 
kin to Buchanan. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

Olive Court, bet Laguna 
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Oliver, West End Iloine- 

^t<•Hll. 

OliiiHlend, bet Pwlgbt 
antl MuiiM'llfm San Bru- 
ni) Jion.l W, r. M. T. 

Olne.Y riaee, bet Town- 
tieud and Kln^' I'm Ham- 
mond SW. 

Oneida Avenue, San 
Miguel. 

Oneida Place, bet 
Stockton anil Dupont fm 
Sacramento S. 

Oiiuiidaea Avenue, 
l)it l!n>slaund Franco avs 
fni ML-sinn Koad N\V to 
(lid San .lo^e Koad, Excel- 
sior Homestead 

Opal l»iaee, bet Golden 
(iate av and Turk fm Tay- 
lor K. 

Opera Alle.y, bet Third 
and Fourth fm Mission 
N\V. 

Opliir Alley, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Post N to 
Lewis pi. 

Oran«;e Allej', bet Va- 
lencia and Bartlett fm 
Twentv-fourtb to Twen- 
ty-sixth. 

Ordwaj-, bet Ward and 
Mansell fm San Bruno 
Koad W. 

Oregon, bet Washington 
and Jackson W fm East to 
Battery. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

(6) Front (6) 

(e) Battery (e) 

Orient Alley, bet 
Church and VIcksburg fm 
Twenty-third N. 

Orizaba Avenue)' City 
Land Association. 

Orleans, bet Vermont 
and Mazzini fm Kansas 
SW to Tulare. 

Orseniust, fm Peabody S 
to Salome. 

Osage, South S F, bet 
Penobscot and Mononga- 
hela fm India SW to Visl- 
taclon Valley. 

Osage Alley, bet Miss- 
ion and Bartlett fm Twen- 
ty-fourth N. 

Osborne, fm State N to 
Sixteenth. 

Oscar Alley, bet Second 
and Kodney fm Clemen- 
tina NW. 

Oti.s Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Folsom SE 

Otsego, bet Cayuga and 
Delaware avs Im Geneva 
av N. 

OtlOM-a, San Miguel. 

Oxford, bet Cambridge 
and Harvard I'm Silver av 
S, U M T. 

P. bet O and Q tm Ninth av 
W. 

P.SouthS.F. SeeSt.Jolin 

Pacilie, bet Jackson and 
Broadway W fm East. 

Soutli. Street. .tV. side. 

1 East 2 

((?) Drumm _ (c) 

101 Davis 100 

201 Front 200 

■.m Battery 300 

401 Sansome 400 

Prescott 418 

501 Montgomery 500 

Jerome alley 

001 Kearny 600 

Montgomery av.... 

Leftrade place 632 

Ml Lozler 

701 Dujiont 700 

I'ac lllc place 706 

710 Sullivan alley 

EUlck alley 722 

SOI Stockton 800 

Trenton 

not Powell 900 

Keyes alley 906 

Scott place 922 



1801 
1901 
2001 



3401 
3501 



1001 

Hewlett alle.v 

Mason 1000 

Salmon 1016 

1018 Auburn 

Himmelmann pi... 1024 

1101 Ta3lor 1100 

1201 Jones 1200 

i:«)l Leavenworth 1300 

1307 Burgoyne place 

1401 Hyde 1400 

Morrel place 1420 

1421 McCormlck 

14:i:i Fourth place 

(e) Larkin (e) 

Pacific Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Broadway S. 
Pacific Avenue, that 
part of Pacillc street ex- 
tending f m Larkin to First 
av ; the numbers continue, 
however, in regular order 
f m ttie commencement of 
Pacific street: 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1501 Larkin 1500 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue..]700 

Franklin 1800 

Gough 1900 

Octavia 2000 

2101 Laguna 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster 2300 

2401 Fillmore 2400 

2501 StPiner 2500 

2601 Pierce 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devjsadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2il00 

3001 Baker 3000 

3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

3:301 Walnut 3300 

Laurel 340O 

Locust 3500 

3601 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Pacific Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Page, bet Haight and Oak 
■\V fin junction Franklin 
and Market. 
Sotith. Street. iV. side. 
1 Market & Franklin 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 500 

601 Fillmore....: 600 

701 Steiner 700 

801 Pierce 800 

901 Scott 900 

1001 Devisadero 1000 

1101 Broderick 1100 

1201 Baker 1200 

1301 Lyon 1300 

1401 Lott 1400 

1501 Masonic avenue ... 1500 

1601 Ashbury 1600 

1701 Clayton 1700 

1801 Cole 1800 

1901 Shrader 1900 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Palmer, from Junction 
Chenery and Miguel to 
Bartlett. 
Palmetto Avenucfm 
Plymouth W to Worcester 
av. 
Panton Alley, off 
Leaven worth bet Pine and 
California. 
Paraguay, South S F, 
bet Servia and TeneritTe 
Im Islals Creek to Water 
Front. 
Pardee Alley, bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich fm 
Dupont W to Kramer pi. 
Paris, Excelsior Uome- 

steud Association. 
Park Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth. See Morris 
Avenue. 
Park Avenue, bet Mar- 
ket and the City Hall SW 
I'm McAllister to Larkin. 



Park Avenue, inclos- 
ing Hollv Park, SWs Ber- 
nal Heights. See Holly 
Park. 

Park Hill Avenue, 
fm Park Koad S to Tllden 
W of ('astro. 

Park liane Xortta, bet 
Brvant and Brannan fm 
Second to Third. 

Park liane South, bet 
Brvant and Brannan fm 
Third to Central pi. 

Park Place, bet Folsom 
and Harri son fm Second E. 

Park Koad, S of Haight 
and E of Broderick, In- 
closing Buena Vista Park. 

Parker, N of Rutledge 
fm Columbia pi E to Cali- 
fornia av, Precita Valley 
Lands. 

Parker Alley, bet 
}'owell and Clay av fm 
Clay N. 

Parker Avenue, bet 
Odd Fellows', Calvary and 
Masonic Cemeteries fm 
Fulton N to Geary. 

Parrolt Alley, bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento fm 
Davis W. 

Patterson, E s Bernal 
Heights bet San Bruno 
Koad and Loomis, Haley's 
aiap No. 1. 

Patton, E of Mis.sion fm 
West av to Plymouth av. 
Holly Park. 

Paul, S s Crescent av nr 
San Bruno Road. 

Paulding, fm Old San 
Jose Road NW of House 
of Correction. 

Peabody, bet Talbert'and 
Rutland fm Sunny Vale 
Homestead S to County 
line. 

Pearl, bet Valencia and 
Guerrero fm Market to 
Ridley. 

Pelliam, bet Bourne and 
Orsenius fm Baker av N. 

Pennsylvania Av- 
enue, bet Iowa and Mis- 
sissippi fm Center S to 
Tulare. 

Penobscot, South S F, 
bet Santee and Osage f m 
India SW,; to Visitacion 
Valley. 

Perasto, bet Barneveld 
av and Islals Creek fm 
San Bruno Road to Dick- 
inson. Gift Map No 4. 

Perine, bet California and 
Sacramento Im Steiner to 
Pierce. 

Perry, bet Harrison and 
Brvant fm SE of Third to 
Fifth. 

S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

1 Vassar place 2 

101 Third 100 

201 Fourth 200 

(e) Fifth (e) 

Persia Avenue, Ex- 
celsior Homestead Asso- 
ciation. 

Petalunna Avenue, 
fm Point LobOB av. 

PfeiflTer, bet Chestnut 
and Francisco fm E 8 Du- 
pont to Stockton. 

Pierce, bet Steiner and 

Scott Nfm Waller to Lewis 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 WaUer 2 

101 Haight 100 

201 Page 200 

301 Oak 300 

401 Fell 400 

Hayes 

Alamo Square 

701 Fulton 700 

801 McAllister 800 

901 Golden Gate av 900 

1001 Turk 1000 

1101 Eddy 1100 

1201 Ellis 1200 



1301 O'Farrell 1300 

Geary 

Hamilton Square... 

1501 Post 1500 

1601 Sutter 1600 

1701 Bush 1700 

1801 Pine 1800 

1!(01 California 1900 

Perine 

2001 Sacramento 2000 

Clay 

Alta Plaza 

2301 Jackson 2800 

2401 Pacific 2400 

2501 Broadway 2.500 

2001 Vallejo 2600 

2701 Green 2700 

2801 Union 2800 

2901 Filbert 2900 

2001 Greenwich 3000 

2101 Lombard 3100 

3201 Chestnut 3200 

3301 Francisco 3300 

3401 Bay 3400 

3501 NorthPoint 'ttOO. 

3601 Beach 3600 

3701 Jefferson 3700 

3801 Tonquin 3800 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Pierce Row, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Union S. 
Piedmont formerly St. 
Mary's, bet Congress 
and Java fm Epstein SW, 
Flint Tract. 
Pine, bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia \\ fm Market to 
Centra! av. 
South. Street. N. side. 
I Market and Davis 2 

101 Front 100 

201 Batterv. 200 

301 Sansome 300 

Leidesdorff 

335 Laura place 

401 Montgomery 400 

407 Russallej' 

435 Belden 

501 Kearny 500 

505 St George alley 

515 Central place 

St Mary's place 520 

527 Quincy 532 

601 Dupont 600 

Sophie Terrace 

701 Stockton 700 

Prospect place 710 

725 Monroe 

801 Powell 800 

901 Mason 900 

Jane place 908 

1001 Tavlor 1000 

1101 Jones 1100 

Touchard 

1201 Leavenworth 1200 

1301 Hyde 1300 

1401 Larkin 1400 

1501 Polk 1500 

1601 Van Ness avenue..l600 

1701 Franklin 1700 

1801 Gough 1800 

1901 Octavia 1900 

2001 Laguna 2000 

2101 Buchanan 2100 

2201 Webster 2200 

Middle 

2301 Fillmore 2300 

2401 Steiner 2400 

2501 Pierce 2500 

2601 Scott 2(500 

2701 Devisadero _..2700 

2S01 Broderick 2800 

2901 Baker 2900 

3001 Lyon 3000 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Pink Alley, bet Ridley 

and Market fm Pearl W. 
Piukham Place, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 

Eighth W. 
Pinkney Place, bet 

Kearuy and Dupont fm 

Broadway to Vallejo. 
Pioclie Alley, bet Wav- 

erlv pi and Stockton fm 

Stockton N. 
Pioneer Park, top of 

Telegraph Hill. 
Pioneer Place, bet 

Market and Mission fm 

Fourth W. 



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Piper Alley, bet Miss- 
ion and Jessie fm Bcker. 

Pixley, bet Filbert and 
Greenwich ftn Buchanan 
to Steiner. 

Platte, South S F, bet 
Savannah and Yazoo fm 
Honduras SW. 

Pleasant, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Taylor 
to Jones. 

Plumas, bet Mendocino 
and Fresno tm the bay W 
to Honduras. 

Plymonth, opp Sickles 
av fm Old San Jose Koad 
N. 

Pljmontli Avenne, 
bet Golden State and 
Brighton avs fm Ocean 
House Road S to Lake- 
view av, Lake view. 

Plymontli Avenne, 
bet West Park and West 
av fm Mission E to 
Holly Park, Holly Park. 

Pocahontas, N s Cali- 
fornia ay nr Minot N to 
North av, B H. 

Point liobos A-venne, 
bet Clement and A fin 
Central av W. 

Polfc, bet Larkln and Van 

Ness av N fm Market to 

Lewis. 

Went. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Fell...„ 2 

101 Hayes 100 

111 Ivy avenue 

201 Grove 200 

Birch avenue 

301 Fulton 300 

Ash avenue 

401 McAllister 400 

Locust avenue 

501 Golden Gate av..._ 500 

Elm avenue 

601 Turk 600 

Laurel avenue 

701 Eddy 700 

Willow avenue 

801 Ellis 800 

807 Olive avenue 806 

901 O'Farrell 900 

909 Myrtle avenue 908 

1001 Geary 1000 

1009 Cedar avenue 1008 

1101 Post IWO 

Walnut avenue 

1201 Sutter 1200 

1211 Fern avenue 1210 

1301 Bush 1300 

1309 Austun 1314 

1401 Pine 1400 

1501 California 1500 

1601 Sacramento 1600 

1701 Clay 1700 

1801 Washington 1800 

1901 Jackson 1900 

2801 Pacific 2000 

2101 Broadway 2100 

2201 Tallejo 2200 

Bonita 

2301 Green 2300 

2401 Union. 2400 

2501 Filbert 2500 

2601 Greenwich 2600 

2701 Lombard 2700 

2801 Chestnut 2800 

2901 Francisco 2900 

3001 Bay 3000 

3101 North Point 3100 

3201 Beach 3200 

3301 Jefferson 3300 

3401 Tonquin (d) 

(e) Lewis (e) 

PollE Iiane, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Stockton 
E. See Stark:. 

Pollard Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Vallejo N. 
Pollock, South S F, bet 

Water Front and Von 

Schmidt ftn Bermuda SW 

to County line. 
Pomona, bet Flora and 

Latona fm Parnassus av S 

to Thornton av, Silver 

Terrace. 



Pond, bet Sanchez and 
Noe fm Sixteenth S. 

Pope, West End Blap No 2 
and Syndicates First Ad- 
dition. 

Poplar Alley, bet Va- 
lencia and San Jose av fm 
Twenty-fourth N. 

Porter, S s Crescent av 
bet Roscoe and Bache. 

Porter Avenue, San 
Miguel. 

Porto Rico, South S F, 
bet Barbadoes and San 
Domingo fm San Bruno 
Koad to County line. 

Portsmouth S<inare, 
bet Clay and Washington, 
Kearny and Brenham pi. 

Post, bet Geary and Sutter 
AVfm junction Market and 
Montgomery to Central av . 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and Mont 2 

Lick place 12 

101 Kearnv 100 

Gardner 112 

201 Grant avenue 200 

Stockton 300 

401 Powell 400 

501 Mason 500 

601 Taylor 600 

Agate alley 

617 William 

Ophir alley 

701 Jones 700 

801 Leavenworth 800 

901 Hyde 900 

Meacham place 

1001 Larkln 1000 

1101 Polk 1100 

1201 Van Ness avenue..l200 

1301 Franklin 1300 

1401 Gough 1400 

1501 Octavia. 1500 

1601 Laguna 1600 

1701 Buchanan 1700 

1801 Webster 1800 

1901 Fillmore 1900 

Steiner 2000 

Pierce 2100 

2201 Scott 2200 

2301 "Devisadero 2300 

2401 Broderick 2400 

2501 Baker 2500 

2601 Lyon 2600 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Potomac, South S F, bet 
Tombigbee and San Joa- 
quin fm Islals SW to Sil- 
ver av. 
Potrero Avenue, bet 
Utah and Hampshire fm 
Brannan S to Precita 
Creek. 
Potrero Avenue, E of 
San Bruno Road fm Au- 
gusta S to Hudson Tract. 
Potter. See Twelfth. 

Po-well, bet Stockton and 
Mason fm Market to Jef- 
ferson 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Eddy.. 2 

101 Ellis 100 

201 O'FarreU 200 

301 Geary 

401 Post 400 

501 Sutter 500 

Ankeny place 518 

601 Bush 600 

Fella place 616 

701 Pine 700 

801 Cahfornia 800 

901 Sacramento 900 

1001 Clay 1000 

1101 Washington 1100 

1201 Jackson 1200 

1211 John 

Caroline place 1218 

1301 Pacific 1300 

Fisher alley 

1401 Broadway 1400 

1501 VaUeJo 1500 

1601 Green 1600 

1701 Union 

Montgomery av 

1801 Filbert 1800 

1901 Greenwich 1900 



2001 Lombard 2000 

2101 Chestnut 2100 

2201 Francisco 2200 

Vande water 

2301 Bay .2300 

2401 North Point 2400 

2501 Beach (d)) 

Ce) Jefferson e 

Powell Avenue, W s 

California av W to San 
JosS Road. 

Powhattan, fm North 
av E to Winslow, B H. 

Prague, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Pratt, bet Brannan and 
Townsend fm Seventh 
SW. 

Pratt Place, N b Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
Powell. 

Precita Avenue. See 
Army. 

Prentiss, fm California 
av S to Cortland av, B H. 

Prescott, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Pa- 
cific N to Broadway and 
fm Vallejo S. 

President,bet Sixteenth 
and Tilden fm Flint NW. 

Presidio Road, fm ter- 
mination of Central av N 
to Presidio Barracks 

Preston Place, bet 
Eighth and Ninth fm Brv- 
ant NW. 

Pretch. E of San Bruno 
Road 3 miles fm City Hall. 

Priest, bet Jones and 
Leavenworth fm Clay to 
Washington. 

Prim, San Miguel. 

Princeton, bet Univer- 
sity and Amherst fm Sil- 
ver av S, U M T. 

Pringle Court, bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 
fm Greenwich N. 

Prospect Avenue, fm 
Cortland av NE to Coso 
av, B H. 

Prospect Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Pine to Clay. 

Prosper,bet Sanchez and 
Noe fm Sixteenth S. 

Pulaski, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Putnam, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Putzman, E of San Bru- 
no Road 3 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Q, bet P and E fm Tenth 
av W. 

Quince Alley, bet Do- 
lores and Fair Oaks fm 
Twenty-first to Twenty- 
fourth. 

Qnincy, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Quincy Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fin 
Pine S. 

Quinn, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fin E of Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero. 

R, bet Q and S fm Eleventh 
av W. 

Railroad Avenue, 
South S F, fm Denmark 
SW to San Bruno av nr 
Barbadoes. 

Railroad Avenue, 
fm Marengo to Delaware 
av. See Palmetto 
Avenue. 

Railroad Avenne, 
fm Islals Creek to Silver 
av. bee Barneveld 
Avenue. 

Rail^vay, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Dolores E. 

Ralston, City Land Asso- 
ciation. 

Ramsell, bet Arch and 
Victoria, City Land Asso- 
ciation. 



Randall, W s San Jos6 
Road nr Thirtieth W to 
Palmer. 

Randall Place, bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
fm Greenwich N. 

Randolph, bet Sargen^ 
and Stanley fm Orizaba av 
W, City Land Association 

Raphael Place, bet 
Taylor and Mason fm 
O'Farrell N. 

Rausch, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 

Raynolds, Visitaclon 
Valley. 

Reagan Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Gea- 
ry S. 

Redfield Alley, bet 
Union and Filbert fm 
Taylor W. 

Red^vood Court, W s 
Howard bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth. 

Reed, bet Jor/es and Leav- 
enworth fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Reed, Syndicate's First 
Addition to S F. 

Reed Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green S. 

Regent, bet Sickles av 
and Liebig fm Old San 
Jose Road SE to Wyom- 
ing. 

Regli Place, off Pierce 
nr Greenwich. 

Reservoir. See Rid- 
ley. 

Reservoir Hill, bet 
Hermann and Fourteenth 
fm Market W. 

Rhode Island, bet De 
Haro and Kansas fm 
Eighth S to Precita Creek. 

Rice, San Miguel. 

Richland Avenue, 
N of Crescent av fm Mis- 
sion E to Andover av, 
French & Oilman Tract 
and Holly Park. 

Rickard, S of Islals 
Creek fm San Bruno Road 
SW, Gift Map No 4. 

Ridley, bet Hermann and 
Fourteenth fm Mission W 
to Devisadero. 

Riggs, fm Napoleon S to 
Schneider. 

Rincon Avenue, bet 
Brannan and Townsend 
fm Second to Japan. 

Rincon Court, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Main 
SW. 

Rincon Place, bet First 
and Second fm Harrison to 
Federal. 

Ringold,bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Eighth to 
Ninth. 

Ripley Place, bet Ca- 
bot and Samoset fm Cali- 
fornia av W to California 
av, B. H. 

Ritch, bet Third and 
Fourth fin Folsom SE. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Folsom 2 

(6) Harrison (6) 

201 Bryant 200 

301 Brannan 300 

(e) Townsend (e) 

Ritter, bet Seventh and 
Eighth SE fm Harrison. 

Rivoli Avenne, bet 
Aima av and Seventeenth 
fm Stanyan E, Clarendon 
Heights. 

Roach, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Roanoke, bet Mateo 
and Castro fm Old San 
JosS Road NW to Bemis. 

Robbins Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Union N. 



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Kocklniifl. bot Union 
ami (Jrt-t-ii fin Ijiu'klii K. 

Rofliie.>, lii't First nml 
Secmiafni Knlsuiii N\V. 

Itoln Court, oil' C-reeii- 
wkli het Lnguiia aud Bu- 
chaniin. 

Koiu»in,rni CorbRtt road 
K to DoiiKlnss bot Nlric- 
ti-entli and Twontloih. 

RoiKlell Place, bet 
Slission and Valencia fni 
Sixteenth to Seventeenth. 

KoMcue, fr Crescent av S. 

KONe, fin Crescent av W 
of I'orter S and fm Ca- 
sein avNW to Corbet t. 
Road. See DanverN. 

Rose, S 6 Chenerv nr 
Ca-tro. ."^eo BiaUek. 

Rose. S s Crescent av S to 
Case. See Saleni. 

Rose Alle.v, bet Jessie 
and Jllssion fm New 
Mouf.^'uiiiery W to Annie. 

R o .x e Avenue, bet 
Hal^'ht and Page fm Mar- 
ket W. 

jSoutfi. Street. Jf. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

.Wl Webster 500 

Rose I'laee. bet Ellis 
anil Eilil\ lin Taylor E. 

RoMecrniiH. fm Califor- 
nia av y to Powhattan, B 
H. 

Rosa Alley. See 
Stont'N Alle.v. 

Rolleek, De Boom Tract. 

Rousseau, Spring Val- 
ley Homestead Associa- 
tion and De Boom Tract 

Rowland, bet Blontgom- 
ery and Kea: ny tin Broad- 
■nay S, and bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Kearny E. 

Ruger, E of San Bruno 
Koad 3 miles fm Citv Hall. 

Rnslitoii Place, bet 
Third and Fourth fm 
Brannan S. 

Ru.>iN, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Minna to Folsom. 

Russ Alle.v, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Pine to Bush. 

RuMsell, bet Green and 
Union tm Hyde W. 

Russia Avenue, Ex- 
celsior Homestead Asso- 
ciation. 

Rulland, bet Peabody 
and Cora fm Sunny Vale 
Homestead Tract S to 
Countv line. 

Rutledce, N of Kipley 
pi fm Columbia pi K to 
California av, Precita Val- 
ley Lands. 

S, South S F. See Sau 
Joaquin. 

S, bei K and T fm east of 
Twelfth av W. 

SacranicntOt bet Cali- 
fornia and Clay W fm 
Slarket. 

South. Street. jST. side. 
1 Morket and East... 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

525 Leidesdorrt'. 522 

601 IMonlgomery 600 

629 AVebb 

701 Kearny 700 

801 Dupont 800 

Waverly place 810 

827 Oneida place 

833 Ploelie alley 

901 Stockton 900 

923 Prospect place !»24 

Miles place 928 

1001 Powell 1000 

1013 Gustavus 

Tay 1014 



UOI Mason lloO 

Verba Buena 1114 

1115 Cushman 

VJil Taylor 1200 

1301 Jones 1300 

1311 Lysett place 

1319 Leroy place 1320 

Golden court 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

Kimball place 1406 

1.501 Hvde 1.500 

IfiOl Larkin 1600 

1701 Polk 1700 

ISOl Van Ness avenue..I800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

2001 Gough 2000 

2101 Octavia 2100 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2:»1 Buchanan 2300 

2401 Webster 2400 

2,501 Fillmore 2500 

2601 Steiner 2600 

2701 Pierce 2700 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devisadero 2900 

;»01 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon. 3200 

3;J01 Central avenue 3300 

3401 Walnut .3400 

;3501 Laurel 13,500 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (g) 

Sadowa,Ws Old SanJosfi 
Road nr San Miguel. 

Sagamore, Bailroad 
Homestead Association, 

Salem, fm Crescent avS 
to Case. 

Salinas Avenue, bet 
Malacca and Tobago fm 
Railroad av W to San 
Bruno Koad. 

Salmon, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Pacific to Broad- 
way. 

Salmon Place, bet 
Broadwav and Vallejo fm 
Larkin E. 

Salmon Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Green N. 

Salome, fm Islais Creek 
NE to Baker av. 

Salvador, South S F, bet 
Java and Granada fm Sil- 
ver av to Alleghany. 

Sanioset. bet Cortez and 
Cabot fm California av SE 
to Franconia av, B H. 

San Antonio, bet Val- 
lejo and Green I'm Kearny 
W, and bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Vallejo N. 

San Bruno Avenue, 
fm San Bruno Road and 
Union av S to County line 

San Bruno Road, fm 
S end Nebraska S E to 
College Homestead Assn. 

San larlos Avenue, 

(formerly Jessie street) 

bet Valencia and Mission 

fm Willows Av S. 

Willows avenue... 

1701 Eighteenth 1700 

1801 Nineteenth 1800 

1901 Twentieth 1900 

(e) Twenty-first (e) 

San Domingo, South 
S F, bet Porto Rico and 
Guatemala fm Son Bruno 
Road to County line. 

San Joa<iuln, South S 
F, bet Potomac and St 
Francis fm Islais SW. 

San Jose Avenue, fm 
Castro (Falrmount Tract) 
SW to County line. 

San Jose Avenue, fm 
Twenty-second bet Valen- 
cia and Guerrero SW. 

San Jose Road, or 
County Road, fm ter- 
mination Mission SW to 
County line. 

San liUia Alley, S s 
Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton. 



San ItliKuel Station, 

San .loi-f' Iioad 63-a miles 
fill rity Hall. 
Siincliez, bet Church and 

N(ie fm Ridley S to Thir- 
tieth. 

SanMome, bet Battery 

and Montgomery N fm 

Market to Chestnut. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Sutter 2 

101 Bush 100 

201 Pine 200 

.301 California 300 

313 Halleck 312 

401 Sacramento 400 

417 Commercial 416 

.501 Clay 500 

515 Merchant 514 

601 Washington 600 

701 Jackson 700 

705 Gold 

801 Pacific 800 

Stevens alley 

901 Broadway 900 

1001 Vallejo 1000 

1101 Green jlOO 

1201 Union ..„ 1200 

Alta ■ 

1301 Filbert 1300 

1401 Greenwich 1400 

1501 Lombard (d) 

(e) Chestnut (e) 

Santa Clara, bet Center 
and Mariposa fm the bay 
W to Harrison. 

Santa Rosa Avenne. 
See St Rose's Ave- 
nue. 

Santee, South S F, bet 
Tallapoosa and Penobscot 
SW to County line. 

Saratoga, bet Logan and 
Grant fm La Grand av SE, 

Saratoga Conrt, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm 
Geary N. 

Sargent, bet Randolph 
and Shields fm Orizaba av 
W. 

Savannah, South S F, 
bet Monongahela and 
Platte fm Honduras SW 
to Railroad av. 

Sclieerer Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Mason 
W. 

Schiller, San Miguel, W 
End Map No 2. See De 
I^ong. 

Schneider, S of Bema- 
dottefm Islais Creek chan- 
nel NE to Trinidad. 

Schu.yler, fm Cortland 
av S to Crescent av, B H. 

Schvrerin, Vlsitaclon 
Valley. 

Scotland, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Scott, bet Pierce and I)e- 

vlsadero N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Waller 100 

201 Halght 200 

301 Page 300 

401 Oak 400 

501 Fell 500 

601 Hayes 

701 Grove 

801 Fulton 800 

901 McAllisler 900 

1001 Golden Gate av lOOO 

UOI Turk 1100 

1201 E l.lv. 1200 

i:»l Ellis 1300 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

Elliot Park 

1,501 Geary 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 

2301 Washington 

2401 Jackson 2400 



2501 

2601 
2701 
2K(ll 
2901 
3001 
3101 

:i20i 

SJOl 
3401 
3,501 

mn 

3701 

;i,soi 

3901 

(e) 



Pacific 2.500 

Broadwav 2600 

Vallejo 2700 

Green 2800 

Union 2900 

Filbert 3000 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3300 

P'ranclsco 3400 

Bay 3500 

North Point 3600 

Beach 3700 

Jefferson 3800 

Tonquin 3900 

Lewis (e) 



Scott, fm North av S to 
Cortland av, B. H. See 
Rennington. 

Scott Avenue, fm Bar- 
neveld av NW to Silver 
av, Potrero. 

Scott Avenue, fm Sli- 
ver av SE to Thornton av. 
Silver Terrace. 

Scott Place, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Pacific to 
Broadway. 

Second, bet First and 
Third f m Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

21 Stevenson 20 

(6) Jessie 26 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 118 

137 Natoma 138 

201 Howard 20O 

219 Tehama 218 

233 Clementina (6) 

301 Folsom.. 300 

313 Park place 

Dow place 

Vernon place 326 

401 Harrison 400 

Silver 428 

501 Bryant 50O 

North Park lane... 

South Park 516 

533 De Boom 

601 Brannan 600 

Rincon avenue 

701 Townseud 700 

(e) Berry (e) 

Second Avenue, bet 

Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Fifteenth to Seventeenth. 
See Albion Avenue. 

Second Avenue. South 
S F. See Denmark. 

Second Avenue,fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 

Sellna Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Cal- i 
Ifornia N. 

Senator, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Davis to 
Front. 

Seneca Avenne, bet 
Ocean House Road and 
Niagara av fm Mission \V 
to San Jose Road. 

Seriieutine Avenue, 
fm Utah nr Yolo W to Old 
San Joe6 Road. 

Servia, South S F, bet 
Dominica and Paraguay 
fm Islais Creek to Water 
Front. 

Seventeenth, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Harrison W. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 220 

301 Mission 30O 

Hoff avenue 318 

401 Valencia 400 

- — Second avenue 

431 Mission avenue 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

Alemany avenue... 

701 Church 700 



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Sfeveneentli— 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

CoUingwood 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka 

Douglass 

Clara avenue 

Sefeuteentli, bet Rivoll 

av and Eighteenth fm 

Stanyan E, Clarendon 

Heights. 

Seventeentli Avenue, 

Souths E. See Sumatra 

SeTenteentli Avenue, 

fm Presidio Reservation S. 

Seveutli, het Sixth and 

Eighth fm Market to 

PennB3'lvania av. 

J!ast. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

11 Stevenson 12 

Jessie 38 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Decker alley 

Drurylane 306 

Cleaveland 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

601 Brannan 600 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

901 Hooper 

Irwin 

1001 Hubbell 

South 

1101 Center 

(e) Pennsylvania av.... (e) 
Seventli Avenue,Soutli 

S E. See Trinidad. 
SeTenth Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S to 

N. 
Seward, bet Nineteenth 

and Twentieth fm Doug- 
lass W, Market Street 

Homestead. 
Seymour Avenue, bet 

Scott and Devlsadero fm 

Golden Gate av to Turk. 
Sbakspeare, fm Isabel 

S to Hope, B H. 
Sbakspeare, San Mi- 
guel. 
Sliaron, bet Church and 

Market fm Fifteenth SE. 
Sliarp Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 

Union S. 
Shasta, bet Napa and 

Sierra fm the bay W to 

Delaware and fm Vermont 

to Utah. 
Sbaw Alley, het First 

and Second 1 m Mission to 

Minna. 
Sbeppard Place, bet 

Clay and Washington fm 

Mason E. 
Sberidan, bet S'olsom 

and Harrison fm Tenth NE 
Sherman, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Foleom to 

Harrison. 
Sherman, bet Castro and 

Diamond fm Seventeenth 

S to Twenty-second. See 

Collingrwood. 
Sherman, bet Webster 

and Fillmore fm Ellis S. 
Sherman Avenue, 

San Miguel. 
Sherwood Place, bet 

Mission and Howard fm 

Third NE. 
Shields, bet Garfield and 

Sargent fm Orizaba av W. 
Ship, South S F, bet Dock 

and Alleghany from St. 

Thomas S W to County line 
Shipley, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Fourth 8W. 
Short, E of OrsenlUB fm 

Baker av N to Byrne, 

Gift Map No 4. 



Shotwell, bet Howard 

and Folsom fm Fourteenth 

S to Serpentine av. 
East. Street. W. side. 
1 Fourteenth 2 

101 Fifteenth 100 

201 Sixteenth 200 

301 Seventeenth 300 

401 Eighteenth 400 

501 Nineteenth 500 

601 Twentieth 600 

701 Twenty-first 700 

801 Twenty-second 800 

901 Twenty-third 90a 

1001 Twenty-fourth 1000 

1101 Twenty -fifth 1100 

1201 Twenty-sixth 1200 

(e) Serpentine avenue (e) 
Shrader, bet Cole and 

Stanyan S fm Fulton to 

Waller. 
Sickles Avenue, bet 

Sherman and Regent fm 

Old San Jose Road S. 
Siegel, fm California av S 

to Cortland av, B H. 
Sierra, bet Napa and Ne- 
vada fm the bay W to Po- 

trero av. 
Silliman, bet Silver av 

and Felton fm San Bruno 

Road W, U M T. 
Silver, het Harrison and 

Bryant fm Second to 

Fourth. 

IX Street. N.W.side. 
S. 1 Second 2 

01 Third 100 

(e) Fourth (e) 

Silver Avenue, South 

S F, fm Teneriffe nr Tom- 

blgbee W to County road. 
Silver Star Place, bet 

Battery and Sansome fm 

Pacific N. 
Simpson Place, bet 

Harrison and Bryant fm 

First W. 

Sixteenth, bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Har- 
rison W to Castro. 
South. Street. iVC side. 

1 Harrison (2600) 2 

101 Folsom (2700) 100 

Shotwell (700) 

201 Howard (2800) 200 

Capp 

301 Mission (2900) 300 

LIda place 

Hoff avenue - — 

Julian avenue 

Rondell place 

Caledonia alley 

401 Valencia fSOOO) 400 

Albion avenue 

501 Guerrer (3100) 500 

Galindo alley 

Spencer alley 

601 Dolores (3200) 600 

701 Church (3300) 700 

801 Sanchez . (3400) 800 
901 Noe & Mkt..(3500) 900 

1001 Castro (3600) 1000 

Sixteenth Avenue, 
South S F. See Falk- 
land. 
Sixteenth Avenue, 
tin Presidio Reservations. 

Sixth, het Fifth and Sev- 
enth fm Market SE to Ten- 
nessee. 
JEast. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

17 Stevenson 16 

29 Jessie 28 

101 Mission 100 

113 Minna 112 

123 Natoma (&) 

201 Howard 200 

211 Tehama (6) 

227 Clementina (&) 

301 Folsom 300 

313 Shipley (6) 

329 Clara 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

Tllford 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

701 Townsend 700 



King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

901 Hooper 900 

Irwin 

1001 Hubbell 1000 

South 

West Eldorado 

Yuma 

Minnesota 

(e) Tennessee (e) 

Sixth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to K. 

Sixth Avenue, South S 
F. See Venezuela. 

Solano, bet Mariposa and 
Butte fm the bay W to 
Harrison. 

Somerset, bet Goettln- 
gen and Holyoke fm Sil- 
ver av S, U, M. T. 

Sonoma, bet Nevada and 
Yolo fm the bay W to 
Minnesota. 

Sonoma Place, bet 
Kearnv and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. See San 
Antonio. 

Sonora, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Green to 
Union. 

Sophie Terrace, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Pine N. 

South, SE of Hubbell SW 
fm Kentucky to Center. 

South Avenue, bet 
Holly and Andover av fm 
Crescent av N to Holly 
Park av, Holly Park. 

South Broderick, bet 
Castro and Park Road fm 
Ridley S to Tilden. 

South Park, bet Bryant 
and Brannan fm Second Lo 
Third. 

South Park Alley, 
bet South Park and Bran- 
nan fm Third E. 

South Park Avenue, 
bet Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 

South Park Irane, 
bet Bryant and Brannan 
fm Central pi to Third. 

South Stanly Place, 
bet Bryant and Brannan 
fm First W. 

Spear, het Steuart and 
Main fm Market SE to the 
bay. 

Hast. Street. W. side. 
1 Market 2 

Hodges Court 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 

Spencer Alley, bet 
Guerrero and Dolores fm 
Sixteenth N. 

Spofford, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Spreckles Avenne,fm 
Southern Pacific Railroad 
W, Sunny side Tract. 

Spring, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Calllomia 
to Pine. 

Spruce, bet Locust and 
Maple fm California N. 

St. Charles, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Kearny 
E. See Rowland. 

St. Charles Place, bet 
Vallejo and Green fm 
Kearny W, See San 
Antonio. 

St. Francis, South S F, 
fm Trinidad SW to Mar- 
quesas. 

St. George Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Bush to Pine. 

St.Oermain Avenue, 
bet Mountain Spring av 
and Twentieth fm San 
Miguel Rancho E to 
Lincoln av, Clarendon 
Heights. 



St. James Alley, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Mason 
E. 
St. James Court, bet 

Sutter and Bush fm Mason 
W. 

St. John, South S F, bet 
Susquehanna and Tom- 
bigbee fm Honduras SW 
to Potrero av 

St. Joseph's Avenue, 
bet Broderick and Baker 
fm Turk N to Geary. 

St. Ira-»vrence, South S 
P, fm Montenegro SW to 
Guadaloupe. 

St. liOuis Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Jackson S. 

St. Mary, bet Congress 
and Java f m Epstein SW. 
See Piedmont. 

St. Mary's, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Pine to 
California. 

St. Mary's Avenue, 
W fm Mission Road opp. 
St. Mary's College. 

St. Rose's Avenue,bet 
Geary and Junipero Im 
Masonic av W to Odd Fel- 
low's Cemetery. 

St. Thomas, South S F, 
bet Manila and Venezuela 
fm Islais to Water Front. 

St. Vincent. See Vin- 
cent. 

Stable Alley, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Valencia E. 

Standish, fm California 
av S to Powhattan, B H. 

Stanford, bet Second and 
Third fm Brannan to 
Townsend. 

Stanley, S of Randolph 
fm Orizaba av W, City 
Land Association. 

Stanly Court, E s 
Stanly pi bet Harrison 
and Bryant. 

Stanly Place, bet 
First and Second fm Har- 
rison to S of Bryant. 

Stanton, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty -first fm 
DouglassW .Market Street 
Homestead. 

Stanyan, betShrader and 
Golden Gate Park fm Ful- 
ton S. 

Star, fm California av SE 
to Franconia av, B H. 

Stark, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Stockton E. 

State, bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth im Castro W. 

Steiner, bet Fillmore and 
Pierce N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 

West. Street, E. side. 

Ridley 2 

Hermann 100 

201 Waller 200 

301 Haight 300 

401 Page 400 

501 Oak 500 

601 Fell 600 

Hayes 700 

■ Grove 800 

901 Fulton 900 

1001 McAllister 1000 

1101 Golden Gate av 1100 

1201 Turk 1200 

1301 Eddy 1300 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Bylngton 

1501 O'Farrell 1500 

1503 Elliot park 

Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

■ Wildey 

2001 Pine 2000. 

2101 California....; 210a 

Perlne 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

Clay 2:^00 

Washington 2400 

2501 Jackson 2500 

2601 Pacific 260O 



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2701 Brr)a(lway 2700 

2801 Vullelo 2800 

2901 GriM-n 2i)00 

:»01 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Pixley 

3-201 Greenwich 3200 

Sloiilton 

■■mn L. .inliard 3300 

;j-liil (^hestnut 3400 

mn Krauclsco 3500 

3601 Buv 3600 

3701 North Point 3700 

3801 Beach ...3800 

3901 JeHerson 3900 

4001 Tonquin 4000 

(e) Lewis (e) 

SlephenK Court, bet 
8tocl^ton and Prospect pi, 
fm Sacramento S. 

Steuart, bet East and 
Spear fm MarketSE to the 
bav. 

East, filreet. W. side 

1 Marliet 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard. 200 

.301 Folsom 300 

(e) Harrison (e) 

Steuben, bet Boutwell 
and San Bruno Road fm 
San Bruno Koad to Hel- 
ena. 

Steveloe Place, bet 
Ellis and O'Farrell fm 
Jones E. 

Stevens Alley, bet Pa- 
cific and Broadwa.v fm 
Sansome E, thence at right 
angles N to Broadway. 

Stevenson, bet Market 
and Mission fm First SW. 

S. E. Street. N. W. side. 
1 First 2 

101 Second.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'."'.'. 100 
(6) New Montgomery (6) 

Annie 

201 Third 200 

(6) Fourth (&) 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Se%'enth 600 

701 Eighth 700 

cOl Ninth 800 

(6) Tenth (6) 

(6) Eleventh (6) 

Potter 

Brady 

Crocker 

Hermann 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (6) 

,6) Fourteenth (6) 

(b) Fifteenth (6) 

lb) Sixteenth (6) 

(fi) Seventeenth (6( 

Willow avenue 

1701 Eighteenth 1700 

1801 Nineteenth 1800 

1901 Twentieth 1900 

(e) Twenty-first (e) 

Stevenson Avenue, 

S s Valencia bet Hermann 

and Brady. 

Stockton, bet Bupont 

and Powell N fm Market 

to Beach. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Ellis... 2 

101 O'Farrell 100 

Geary 200 

Morton 212 

301 Post 300 

Stockton place 308 

401 Sutter 400 

501 Bush 500 

Emma 508 

601 Pine 600 

701 California 700 

709 Emmet place 

801 Sacramento 800 

901 Clay 900 

1001 "Washington 1000 

1101 Jackson 1100 

1201 Pacific 1200 

Stark 1232 

1301 Broadway 1300 

1401 Vallelo 1400 

1413 Card alley 

Montgomery av.... 



1501 Green I5(iO 

Union 1600 

1701 Filbert 1700 

1801 Greenwich 1800 

1901 Lombard 1900 

Newhall 

2001 Chestnut 2000 

PteilTer 

2101 Francisco 2100 

2201 Bav 2200 

2301 NorthPoint 2300 

(e) Beach (e) 

Stockton Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Grant 
av to Stockton. 

Stone, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Washington to 
.lackson. 

Stonenian, bet Monte- 
zuma and Ripley Place fm 
Folsom W, B. H. 

Stout's Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton ftn 
Washington to Jackson. 

Striug^ham, from Islais 
Creek W of Adele S to 
Hecker. 

Sullivan, bet Carl and 
Grattan fm Cole W. 

Sullivan, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av,B H. See 
Kennebec. 

Sullivan, Yisitacion 
Valley. See Astor. 

Sullivan Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Pacific to Jackson. 

Sullivan Alley, bet 
First and Second fm Mis- 
sion to Minna. See Sliatv 
Alley. 

Sullivan Alley, bet 
Jackson and Pacific fm 
Dupont W. 

Sumatra, South S F,bet 
Falkland and Algeria fm 
Islais Creek to Water 
Front. 

Summer, bet Pine and 
California ftn Montgomery 
to Kearny. 

Sumner, bet Eosecrans 
and Prentiss fm California 
av S to Powhattan. See 
Dunkirk. 

Sumner, bet Seventh and 
Eighth ftn Howard SE. 

Sunnyside Avenue, 
fm Southern Pacific Rail- 
road W, Sunnyside Tract. 

Sunny Conn, Ss Geary 
bet Buchanan & Webster 

Sunshine Court, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Eighth E. 

Surrey, fm junction Cas- 
tro and Bemis W. to Edna, 
Sunnyside Tract. 

Snsquelianna, South 
S F, bet Yazoo and St 
John fm Honduras SW. 

Sutter, bet Post and Bush 
W fm Market to Central 
av. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Sansome & Market 2 

101 Montgomery 100 

Trinity 106 

111 Lick place 

201 Kearny 200 

Clara lane 240 

301 Grant avenue 300 

401 Stockton 400 

501 Powell 500 

Delaware court.... 

601 Mason 600 

701 Taylor 700 

801 Jones 800 

901 Leavenworth 900 

1001 Hyde 1000 

1101 Larkin 1100 

1201 Polk 1200 

i:501 Van Ness avenue..l300 

1401 Franklin 1400 

1501 Gough 1.500 

1601 Octavia 1600 

1701 Laguna 1700 

1801 Buchanan ISOO 

1901 Webster 1900 

2001 Fillmore 2000 

2101 Stelner 2100 

2201 Pierce 2200 



2.301 Scott 2300 

2401 Devisadero 2400 

2.501 Broderlck 2.500 

2601 Baker 2600 

2701 Lyon 2700 

(el Ontral avenue (e) 

Sutter Piace, N s Sut- 
ler, bet Laguna and Bu- 
chanan 
Swan, fm Bernal SW to 

Junction Plymouth and 

Bernal. 
Sweeny, W s San Bruno 

Road 3 miles fm City Hall. 
Sweet, bet Taylor and 

.Jones fm Broadway to 

Vallejo. 
T, South S F. See St 

Francis. 
T, bet S and U fm Twelfth 

av W. 
Tahiti, South S F, het 

Nicaragua and Yucatan 

fm San Bruno Road to 

County line. 
Tallapoosa, South S P, 

bet Gila and Sintee fm 

India SW to County line. 
Tamosa, fm California av 

SE to California av. Gift 

Map No 3. 
Tara, San Miguel, W End 

Map No ]. 
Tay, bet Powell and 

Mason fm Sacramento to 

Clay. 
Taylor, bet Mason and 

Jones N fm Market to 

Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Golden 

Gate av 2 

Opal place 

101 Turk 100 

201 Eddy 200 

301 Ellis 300 

401 O'FarreU 400 

501 Geary 500 

Derby 504 

Taylor place 516 

517 Adelaide place 

601 Post 600 

Hobart alley 

605 Lewis 

701 Sutter 700 

801 Bush 800 

Mulford alley 

901 Pine 900 

Villa place 908 

1001 California 1000 

1101 Sacramento 1100 

1115 Pleasant 

1201 Clay 1200 

1301 Washington 1300 

1401 Jackson 1400 

1501 Pacific 1500 

1-535 Bernard 

1601 Broadway 1600 

Falcon place 

1701 Vallelo 1700 

1801 Green 1800 

Lincoln 

1901 Union 1900 

Redfield alley 

2001 Filbert 2000 

Valparaiso 2012 

2101 Greenwich 2100 

2201 Lombard 2200 

Montgomery av 

2301 Chestnut 2300 

Water 

Houston 

2401 Francisco 2400 

Vandewater 

2501 Bay 2500 

2601 North Point 2600 

2701 Bench 2700 

(e) Jefterson (e) 

Taylor Place, bet Post 

and Geary fm Taylor E. 
Taylor Place, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Tay- 
lor B and W. 
Tehama.bet Howard and 

Folsom fm First SW. 
S. E. Street. JST. W. side. 

1 First 2 

101 Second 100 

Hubbard 

201 Third 200 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 



(6) Si.xth (6) 

(6) Seventh - M 

701 Eighth : 'C 

(b) Ninth V. 6) 

Tehama, S s Montezuma 
8 to Prospect place, B H. 
See Manchester. 
Tehama Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
First NE. 
Telegraph Place, bet 
Greenwich and Lombard 
fm Good-Children E. 
TeneriflTe. South S F, bet 
Paraguay and Falkland 
fm Islais Creek to Water 
Front. 
Tennessee,bet Kentucky 
and Minnesota fm South S 
to Tulare. 
Tenth, bet Ninth and 
Eleventh fm Market SB 
to Mission Creek. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

225 Warren avenue 

301 Folsom 300 

Sheridan 

401 Harrison 40o 

501 Bryant 500 

Tenth Avenue, South S 

F. See marquesas. 
Tenth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to Q. 
Terrace View, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Francisco S. 
Tevis, South S F, bet Von 

Schmidt and Dock fm 

Water Front SWto County 

line. 
Tevis, bet Third and 

Fourth fm King to Berry. 
Texas, bet Mississippi 

and Missouri fm Center S 

to Tulare. 
Theodore Alley, bet 

Stockton and Noonan's 

alley fm Vallejo S. 
Theresa, Academy Tract. 
Third, bet Second and 

Fourth fm Market SE to 

Channel. 
East. Street. W. side. 
1 Market 2 

19 Stevenson 20 

37 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 118 

131 Sherwood place 

Everett 138 

145 Hunt 

201 Howard 200 

223 Tehama 224 

— Noble place 236 

247 Clementina (6) 

301 Folsom 300 

337 Verona 

401 Harrison 400 

417 Perry 418 

435 Silver 436 

501 Bryant 500 

Park lane north.... 

519 South Park 

537 Park lane south... 

601 Brannan 600 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Third Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 
Third Avenue, South 
S F. See Montenegro 
Thirteenth, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth fm Mis- 
sion to Harrison. 
North. Street. S. side. 

1 Mission 2 

101 Howard 100 

Isis 

Bernice 

201 Folsom 200 

■ Treat avenue 

301 Harrison 300 

Thirteenth Avenue, 

fm Presidio Reservation 

S toU. 

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Thirtietli, S of Day fm 
Mission W to Bellevue. 

Tbirtietli Aveniie, fm 
Presidio Eeservation S. 

Thirtieth Avenue, 
Soutli S F. See Guada- 
lonpe. 

XUir ty-eiglitli Av. 
enne, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Hiirty-eiglitli Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Uruguay. 

Tliirty-fiftli Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Tliirty-fiftli Avenue, 
South S F. See Mar- 
tinique. 

Thirty-first Avenue, 
fm Presidio Keservation S. 

Thirty-first Avenue, 
South S F. See Van- 
couver. 

Thirty -fourth, S of 
West Parli fm Mission 
W to San Jose Eailroad, 
French & Oilman Tract. 

Thirty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - fourth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Tohago. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Barhadocs. 

Thirty - second Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Kes- 
ervation S. 

Thirty - second Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Cruiana. 

Thirty - seventh Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - seventh Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
madeira. 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Thirty-sixthA venue. 
South S F. See Costa 
Rica. 

Thirty -third , het West 
Park and French fm Mis- 
sion W to San Jose Eail- 
road, French & Oilman 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, fim City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
91alacca. 

Thompson Avenue, 
het Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 

Thornton, City Land 
Association. 

Thornton Avenue 
formerly Railroad 
Avenue, bet Parnassus 
and Williams avs fm San 
Bruno Eoad E to Eailroad 
av, Silver Terrace. 

Thrift, Eailroad Home- 
stead. 

TitTany Avenue, het 
Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-eighth fm Valen- 
cia SW. 

Tiffany riace, bet 
Twenty-eighth andTwen- 
tv-ninth fm Mission. 

Tilden, W s Noe bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth. 

Tilford, bet Bryant and 
Braiman lin Sixth NE. 

Tillman Alley, het 
Sutter and Stockton pi fm 
Dupont W. 

Tingley, Academy Tract. 

Tohago, South S F, bet 
Malacca and Martinique 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 

Tobin, Visitaclon Valley. 

Tomasa, fm California av 
SE to California av, B. H. 



Tombisbee, South S F, 

bet St. John and Potomac 

fin Honduras SW. 
Tonningsen Place, bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth 

fm Howard N. 
Tonquin, bet Jefferson 

and Lewis W fm Larkin 

to Presidio Eeservation. 
Torrens Coux't, bet 

Hyde and Larkin fm Clay 

N. 
Touchard, bet Jones and 

Leavenworth fm Pine S. 
Townsend, bet Brannan 

and King SW from First 

to Eighth. 
8. E. Street. N. W. side. 
1 First 2 

Japan 

101 Second 100 

Stanford 

Clarence place 

Hammond place... 

201 Third 200 

Eitch 

Clyde 

Madden 

Haggin 

CrooKs - 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

Gilbert 

601 Seventh 600 

Eighth 

Treat Avenue, bet Fol- 

som and Harrison fm 

Thirteenth S to Serpentine 

av. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Thirteenth 2 

101 Fourteenth 100 

201 Fifteenth 200 

301 Sixteenth 300 

401 Seventeenth 400 

501 Eighteenth 500 

601 Nineteenth 600 

701 Twentieth 700 

801 Twenty-first 800 

901 Twenty-second.... 900 

1001 Twenty-third 1000 

1101 Twenty-fourth 1100 

1201 Twenty-fifth 1200 

1301 Twenty-sixth 1300 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

Tremont Avenue, bet 

Clayton and Ashbury fm 
Waller S, formerly Min- 
nie. 

Trent Alley, bet Dolo- 
res and Chattanooga fm 
Twenty-fourth N. 

Trenton, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Washing- 
ton N to Pacific. 

Trinidad, South S F,bet 
Venezuela and Bahama 
fm Schneider S to Water 
Front. 

Trinity, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Sutter to 
Bush. 

Trinity Court, W s 
Trinity bet Sutter and 
Bush. 

Troy Alley, bet Sacra- 
menlo and Clay fm Hyde 
W. 

Truett, het Clay and 
Washington fm Mason W. 

Trumbull, bet Canal 
and Ney fm County Eoad 
E. 

Tulare, bet Marin and 
Islais Cfreek channel fm 
the bay W to Orleans. 

Tulip Alley, bet How- 
ard and Minna fm Euss 
SW. 

Turfe, bet Oolden Gate av 
and Eddy W fm junction 
Mason and Market. 

South. Street. J!f. side. 
1 Market & Mason.„ 2 

Margaret place 14 

101 Taylor 100 

201 Jones _ 200 

301 Leavenworth 300 

401 Hyde 400 



Dodge 

501 Larkin 500 

601 Polk 600 

701 Van Ness avenue. 700 

801 Franklin 800 

901 Gough 900 

Octavla 

Laguna 

1201 Buchanan 1200 

1301 Webster LSOO 

1401 Fillmore 1400 

1501 Steiner 1500 

1601 Pierce 1600 

1701 Scott 1700 

Seymour avenue... 

1801 Devlsadero 1800 

1901 Broderick 190O 

St. Joseph's av.... 

2001 Baker (6) 

Lyon (&) 

Lott (b) 

Masonic avenue... 

Twelfth, bet Eleventh 
andThirteenth fm Mission 
SE to Harrison. 

N.E. Street. S.W. side. 
1 Mission 2 

Glen Park avenue. 26 

101 Howard 100 

201 Folsom 200 

Isis 

Bernlce 

(e) Harrison (e) 

Twelfth Avenue, fm 

Presidio Keservation S to 
T. 

T w e I f t h Avenue, 
South S F See Domin- 
ica. 

Twentieth, het Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-first 
fm Harrison W to Doug- 
lass. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

101 Folsom (400) 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard (700) 200 

Capp 

301 Mission. (800) 300 

Jessie 

.Stevenson 

401 Valencia (900) 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 

701 Church..., 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Collingwood 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka.. 

(e) Douglass (e) 

Twentieth, S of St Ger- 
main av fm San Miguel 
Kancho E to Norma, Clar- 
endon Heights. 

T^rentieth Avenue, 

fm Presidio Keservation 
S. 
Tn'entieth Avenue, 
South S F. See Mauri- 
tins. 

Twenty-eighth, bet 

Duncan and Valley fm Old 
San Jos6 Koad W to Bel- 
levue. 
South. Street. iV side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

101 Dolores 100 

201 Church 200 

301 Sanchez 300 

401 Noe 400 

501 Castro 500 

601 Diamond 600 

701 Douglass _ 700 

801 Ellen 800 

(e) Bellevue (e) 

Twenty-eighth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Reser- 
vation S. 
Twenty-eighth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Oibraltar. 



Twenty-fifth,bet Twen- 


ty-fourth and Twenty- 


sixth fm Potrero av 


W. 


South. Street. N. side. 


1 Potrero avenue. 


... 2 


101 Hampshire 


... 100 


201 York 


.. 200 


301 Bryant avenue... 


.. 300 


401 Columbia 


.. 400 


501 Alabama _. 


.. 500 


601 Harrison 


.. 600 


Treat avenue 




701 Folsom 


.. 700 


Horace alley 




Shotwell 




Virgil alley 




801 Howard 


.. 800 


Cypress alley 




Capp 








901 Mission 


.. 900 


Bartlett 




Orange allev 




1001 Valencia 


..1000 


San Jos6 avenue 




1101 Guerrero 


..1100 


1201 Dolores 


...1200 


1301 Church 


..1300 


Vicksburg 




1401 Sanchez 


.1400 


Kkppler alley 




1501 Noe 


...1500 


1601 Castro 


..1600 


1701 Diamond 


..1700 


1801 Douglass 


..1800 


1901 Ellen 


..1900 


Bellevue 





Twenty-fifth Avenue 

fm Presidio Keservation 

S. 

Twenty-fifth Avenue 

South S F. See Malta. 

Twenty-first, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-second 
fm Potrero av W to Eu- 
reka. 

South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Potrero av 2 

Jersey 100 

201 Hampshire 200 

Brvant avenue 

301 York 300 

Florida 4oO 

Alabama 

501 Columbia 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission (1000) 900 

Bartlett 

1101 Valencia 1100 

1201 Guerrero 1200 

Alder allev 

Fair Oaks 

Quince alley 

Dolores 

1301 Chattanooga 

Church 1300 

Vicksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

Collingwood 

1701 Diamond 1700 

(e) Eureka (e) 

Twenty-flrstA venue, 

fm Presidio Eeservation S. 

Twenty-firstA venue. 

South S F. See Java. 

Twenty - fourth, bet 

Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-fifth fm Potrero av W. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Brvant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 700 

701 Folsom 

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801 Ilownrd 800 

<\\ |irc>>s alley 

<'»PP 

Lilac n\U-y _ 

901 l\ll.-.sluii 900 

Osape alley 

Hartlett 

( iranu'e alley 

1001 Val.iicla 1000 

Pii|>!iir alley 

San J of;6 avenue... 
1101 Guerrero 1100 

Aider alley 

Fair Oaks 

Quince alley 

1201 Doloree 1200 

Trent alley 

Chattanooga 

i:»l Church 1300 

VIcksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1.501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

17U1 Diamond 1700 

1801 Doui,'las6 1800 

1901 Ellen 1900 

Bellevae 

Twenty - fonrtb Af- 
enoe, fm Presidio Kes- 
ervation S. 

Twenty - fourth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Bermuda. 

Twenty-ninth, bet Val- 
ley and Day fm Mission 
Wto Bellevue. 

Twenty - ninth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Kes- 
ervatlon S. 

Twenty - ninth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Azores. 

Twenty - second, bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty- 
third fm Polrero av W to 
Ocean Road. 
South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Brvant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Slisslon 900 

Bartlett 

2001 Valencia... 1000 

San Jos6 avenue .. 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

Alder alley 

Fair Oaks 

Quince alley 

1201 Dolores Ii200 

Chattanooga 

1301 Church 1300 

VIcksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

Colliugwood 

1701 Diamond 1700 

Eureka 

1801 Douglass 1800 

Twenty - second Av- 
enue, tm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - second Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Salvador. 
Twenty - seventh, bet 
Army and Duncan fm Old 
San Jos6 Road W to Belle- 
vue. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

101 Dolores 100 

201 Church 200 

301 Sanchez 300 

401 Noe 400 

501 Castro 500 

eOl Diamond 600 

701 Douglass 700 

801 Ellen _ 800 

(e) Bellevue ....... {e) 



Twenty-seventh Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 

Twenty-seventh Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Sladagasear. 

Twenty - sixth, bet 

Twenty-tifth and Army 

fm York W to Ocean Road 

South. Street. iV. side. 

1 York 2 

101 Brvant avenue 100 

201 Columbia 200 

301 Alabama 300 

401 Harrison 400 

Treat avenue 

501 Folsom 500 

Horace alley 

Shotwell 

Virgil alley 

601 Howard 600 

Cypress alley 

Capp 

Lilac alley 

701 Mission 700 

Bartlett 

Orange allev 

801 Valencia 800 

San Jos6 avenue... 

901 Guerrero 900 

1001 Dolores 1000 

1101 Church 1100 

1201 Sanchez 1200 

1301 Noe 1300 

1401 Castro 1400 

1501 Diamond 1500 

1601 Douglass 1600 

1701 Ellen 1700 

Bellevue 

Tw^enty - sixth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 

Twenty - sixth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Jamaica. 

Twenty-third, bet 

Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-fourth fm Potrero av W 
to Douglass. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Brvant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison. 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue... 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

Alder alley 

Fair Oaks 

Quince alley 

1201 Dolores 1200 

Mersey alley 

Chattanooga 

Medwav alley 

1301 Church 1300 

Orient alle.v 

VIcksburg 

Blanche alley 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

1701 Diamond 1700 

Eureka 

1801 Douglass 1800 

Twenty - third Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 

Twenty - third Av- 

cn le. South S F. See 
<jrranada. 

Tyler,now Golden GateAv 
V, bet T and V fm Thir- 
teenth av W. 
Vnadilla Avenue, 

San Miguel 



Union, bet Green and 
Filbert W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. JST. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

Gaines 

201 Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

:301 Montgomery 300 

:«23 Vincent 

401 Kearny 400 

Filbert place 406 

407 Sonora 

419 Lafayette place 

■ Varennes 420 

501 Dupont 500 

Cadell alley 508 

509 Bannam place — — 

Jasper place 518 

523 Union place 

5:^ Graham place 

601 Stockton 

JMontgomery av.... 
701 Powell 700 

Baum alley 

Amboy alley 

717 August alley 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor 900 

Marlon place 

1001 Jones 1000 

Bay View place 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Sharp place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

West End alley.... 

Moore place 

1301 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue.1500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

25ni Scott 5200 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

(e) Lj'on (e) 

Union Alley, fm Union 

pl. 
Union Avenue, fm 

Andover av E to San 
Bruno Road, B H. 

Union Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 

Union Square, bet 
Powell, Stockton, Postand 
Geary. 

Universit.v, bet College 
and Princeton fm Silver 
av S, U M T. 

Uranus, bet Mars av and 
Park Lane. 

Uruguay, South S F,bet 
Madeira and Barbadoes 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 

Utah, bet Nebraska and 
Potrero av fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek. 

Utah, bet Potrero av and 
Nebraska fm Thornton av 
N, Silver Terrace. 

V, bet U and W fm Four- 
teenth av W. 

Valencia, bet Guerrero 
and Mission fm Market S 
to Twenty-ninth. 
Ea.it. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

15 Stevenson avenue 

101 Hermann 100 

201 Ridley 200 

209 Quinn 208 

■ Brosnan 

m\ Fourteenth 300 

401 Fifteenth.... 400 

Stable alley 

501 Sl.xteenth 500 

601 Seventeenth 600 

Clarion alley 

611 Cedar lane 



617 Wallows avenue.... 

701 KIgliteenth 700 

801 Nineteenth 800 

('umberland pl 820 

901 Twentieth 900 

Liberty 

1001 Twenty-flrst 1000 

Hill lOlS 

1101 Twenty-second ....1100 

1201 Twenty-third 1200 

i:»l Twenty-fourth ....i:i00 

1401 Twenty-fifth 140ii 

1501 Twenty-sixth 1500 

Army 

(e) Twentv-nlnth (e) 

Valle|o, bet Broadway 
and Green fm Davis W to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South Street. N. side. 

1 Davis „. (d) 

101 Front 100 

201 Battery 200 

Fhnt alley.. 

Goat alley 

301 Sansome 300 

Hall alley 

Prescott court 

Hodges alley 

Bartol 

401 Montgomery 400 

501 Kearny 500 

Pinckney 

San Antonio 

Pollard place 

Margaret place 

601 Dupont 600 

Montgomery av ... 

Vallejo place 

■ Agnes lane 

701 Stockton 700 

Vulcan lane 

Theodore alley 

Noonan's alley 

Wheelock place 

801 Powell 800 

Washoe place 

O'Connell place .... 

901 Mason 900 

Vallejo court — 

1001 Taylor 1000 

Sweet 

Florence 

1101 Jones HOC 

1201 Leavenworth 1200 

1301 Hvde 1300 

White 

1401 Larkin 1400 

1501 Polk 1500 

1601 Van Ness avenne..l600 

1701 Franklin 1700 

1801 Gough 1800 

1901 Octavia 1900 

2001 Laguna 2000 

2101 Buchanan 2100 

2201 Webster 2200 

2301 Fillmore 2300 

'2401 Steiner 2400 

2501 Pierce 2500 

2601 Scott 2600 

2701 Devisadero 2700 

2801 Broderick _..2800 

2901 Baker 2900 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Vallejo Court, (or Ter- 
race) bet Mason and Tay- 
lor fm Vallejo S. 

Vallejo Place, bet 

Montgomervav and Stock- 
ton fm Vallejo S. 

Valley, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
fm Old San Jos6 Road W 
to Bellevue. 

Valparaiso, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Mason 
to Jones. 

Van Ness Avenue, bet 

Polk and Franklin N fm 
IMarket to Lewis. 
West. Slnet. E. side. 

1 Market and Oak... 2 

Hickory avenue... 

101 Fell 100 

109 Linden avenue 

201 Hayes 200 

Ivy avenue 

301 Grove 300 

Birch avenue 

401 Fulton „ 400 



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Van BCess Avenue — 

Ash avenue 

501 McAllister 500 

Locust avenue 

601 Golden Gate av 609 

Elm avenue 

701 Turk 700 

Laurel avenue 

801 Eddy v 800 

Willow avenue 

901 Ellis 900 

909 Olive avenue 908 

1001 O'Farrell 1000 

1009 Myrtle avenue 1008 

1101 Geary 1100 

Cedar avenue 

1201 Post „ 1200 

Walnut avenue 

1301 Sutter 1300 

1311 Fern avenue 1310 

1401 Bush 1400 

1409 Austin 1408 

1501 Pine 1500 

1601 California 1600 

1701 Sacramento 1700 

1801 Clay 1800 

1901 Washington 1900 

2001 Jackson 2000 

2101 Pacific 2100 

2201 Broadway 2200 

2301 Vallejo 2300 

Bonlta 

2401 Green 2400 

2501 Union 2500 

2601 Filbert 2600 

2701 Greenwich 2700 

2801 Lombard ^800 

2901 Chestnut 2900 

3001 Francisco 3000 

(W Bay 3100 

(b) North Point 3200 

(6) Beach 3300 

(6) Jefferson 3400 

(6) Tonquin 3500 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Vanconver, South S F, 
bet Guadaloupe and Gui- 
ana ftn Kailroad av to 
County line. 

Vandewater, bet Fran- 
cisco and Bav fm Powell 
to Taylor. 

Varennes, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Union to 
Filbert.. 

VaMsalboro, Sunny 
Vale Homestead. 

Vassar Place, bet Sec- 
ond and Third fm Harri- 
son SE. 

Vasserot riace, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm 
Geary S. 

Venezuela, South S F, 
bet St Thomas and Trini- 
dad fm Islais to Water 
Front. 

Venus, bet Apollo and 
Neptune fm Thornton av 
S to Williams av, Silver 
Terrace. 

VernieUr Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Kearny 

Vermont, bet Kansas 
and Nebraska fm Mission 
Creek to Precita Creek. 

Vermont, W of Kansas 
fm Thornton av S, Silver 
Terrace. 

Vernon, City Land Asso- 
ciation. 

Vernon Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Sec- 
ond W. 

Vernon Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Jackson S. See Marcy 
Place. 

Vernon Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Hyde 
E. 

Verona, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fro Third NE. 

Vicfeslbarg, bet Church 
and Sanchez fm Twenty- 
first S to Twenty-fifth. 

Hast. Street. W. nde. 
1 Twenty-first 2 

101 Twenty-second 100 



201 Twentv-thlrd 200 

301 Twentv-fourth 300 

(e) Twenty-fifth (e) 

Victor, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Bryant SE, for- 
merly W^liite Place. 

Victoria, City Land As- 
sociation. 

Vienna, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

View, fm Falcon Road to 
Ocean Koad.Market Street 
Homestead. 

Villa Place, bet Pine 
and California tin Taylor 

Vincent, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fm Green 
to Union. 

Virgil Alley, bet How- 
ard and Shotwellfm Twen- 
ty-fifth S to Twenty-sixth. 

Virginia, bet Ohio and 
New York fm Water Front 
S to Honduras. 

Virginia, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Washing- 
ton to Pacific. See Tren- 
ton. 

Virginia Avenue, fm 
Mission av SE to Cher- 
ubnsco, B H. 

Virginia Court, bet 
Pine and California fm 
Dupont W. 

Virginia Place, bet 
Powell and Stockton fm 
Broadway to Pacific. 

Visclier Place, bet 
Market and Mission fm 
Beale E. 

Visilacion, Vlsitaclon 
Valley. 

Voiglit, E of San Bruno 
Koad 4 miles fm CityHall. 

V o 1 n e y Alley, bet 
Alice and Bitch fm Fol- 
som SE. 

Von Scbmidt, South S 
F, bet Pollock and Tevis 
ftn Water Front SW to 
County line. 

Vorratli Place, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Larkin 
E. 

Vulcan, bet Juno and 
Ceres fm Thornton av S 
to Williams av, Silver Ter- 
race. 

Vulcan liaue, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo N. 

W, south of V fm Fifteenth 
av W. 

Wagner Alley, bet 
Jones and Leavenworth 
f m Eddy S. 

W^aldo Alley, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Leavenworth W. 

Walbridge, Visitaclon 
Valley. 

Wall Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 

W^allace Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 
California N. 

Waller, bet Ridley and 

Haight W tin Octavla and 

Market. 

South. Street. TV. side. 

1 Market &Octavia.. 2 

101 Laguna 100 

201 Buchanan 200 

301 Webster 300 

401 Fillmore 400 

Steiner 500 

Pierce 600 

701 Scott 700 

801 Devlsadero 800 

Broderlck 900 

Public Park 

Lott 1200 

1.301 Masonic avenue.. .1300 

1401 Ashbury 1400 

1501 Clayton 1500 



1601 Cole 1600 

1701 Shrader 1700 

Ce) Stanyan (e) 

W^alnut, bet Central av 

and Laurel fm California N 

Walnut Avenue, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Larkin 

to Laguna. 
South. Street. If. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavla 500 

(e) Laguna (e) 

Walter, bet Noe and 

Sanchez fm Ridley S to 

Fourteenth. 
Waltliam, bet Ripley 

pi and California av fm 

Folsom E. 
Ward, fm California av S 

to Crescent av, B H. See 
IVarden Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Francisco N. 

Banks. 
Warren, S s Thirtieth 

bet Whitney and Bartlett 

S to Palmer. 
Warren Avenue, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 

Tenth NE. 
Warren Place, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 

fm Mission E. 

Washington, bet Clay 

and Jackson W fin East. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

217 Cedar 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

Custom House pl„. 412 

501 Sansome _.. 500 

Jones alley 532 

601 Montgomery 600 

Montgomery av 

641 Dunbar alley 

Kearny 700 

727 Brenham place ... 

- — Washington aUey_ 744 

801 Dupont 800 

811 Waverly place 

823 Spofford 

Stout's or Ross at 828 

901 Stockton 900 

907 Havens place 

913 Hopeton Terrace . 

Trenton 914 

Stone 918 

1001 Powell 1000 

1007 Codman place 

1017 Wetmore place. ... 

1101 Mason 1100 

- — Adona place 1106 

1201 Taylor 120.') 

Camille place 

1301 Jones 1300 

1319 Priest — 

1325 Reed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

ISOl Larkin 1600 

1701 Polk 1700 

1801 Van Ness avenue..l800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

Gough 200O 

Octavla 2100 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2301 Buchanan 2300 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore 2500 

Steiner 

Alta Plaza 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devisadero 2900 

3001 Broderlck 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon 3200 

3301 Centralavenue 3300 

3401 Walnut 3400 

3.501 Laurel 3500 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce .3700 

3801 Maple 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue...__. (e) 



Washington Alley, 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
fm Washington to Jackson 

Washington Avenue 
bet Ninth and Tenth fm 
Mission to Howard. See 
Berkeley. 

W^ashington Avenue 
See Berkeley Ave- 
nue. 

Washington Square, 
bet Montgomery av and 
Powell, Stockton, Filbert 
and Union. 

Washoe Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Val- 
lejo N. 

Washua, N of Islais 
Creek fm Heckcr NE to 
Baker av, Gift Map No 4. 

Water, bet Chestnut and 
Francisco fm Mason to 
Taylor. 

Water Front, fm Coun- 
ty line northerly along 
the bay to Shasta. 

Waterloo, S of Flower 
fm San Bruno Road E to 
Loomls, Gift Map No 4. 

Waterville, bet Elmira 
and Conkling fm Augusta 
to Helena. 

W^atson Place, West 
End Map No 1. 

Watt Avenue, West 
End Homestead. 

Waverly Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento to Washing- 
ton. 

Wayland, bet Bacon 
andWoolsev fm Potrero 
av W. U M T. 

Wayne, bet Gates and 
Kosciusko fm Cortland av 
S. 

Webb, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm California 
to Sacramento. 

W^ebb Place, bet Green 
and Union f m Mason W. 

Webster, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fm Lom- 
bard to Chestnut. See 
W^iuthrop. 

Webster, bet Buchanan 
and Fillmore N fm Kate 
to Lewis. 
West. Street. JE. side. 

1 Kate 2 

Germanla 

101 Waller „ 100 

201 Haight 200 

Rose avenue 

301 Page 300 

Lily avenue 

401 Oak 400 

Hickory avenue ... 

501 Fell 500 

Linden avenue 

601 Hayes 600 

Ivy avenue _ 

701 Grove 700 

Birch avenue 

801 Fulton 800 

Ash avenue 

901 McAllister 900 

Locust avenue 

1001 Golden Gate av 1000 

Elm avenue 

1101 Turk „ 1100 

Laurel avenue 

1201 Eddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1309 Bvington 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

1501 Geary 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush 1800 

Wlldev 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 Calllornia 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2301 Washington _...2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 



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2!M)1 Union 2900 

3001 Filbert 3000 

rixlcy 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

Moulton, 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3:i01 ChCBtnut 

3401 Francisco 

3501 Bav 3500 

■■mn North Point 3600 

3701 Beacti 3700 

3801 Jed'erKon 3800 

31)01 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

AVt'bsler Place, bet 
Jackson and Pacific I'm 
\\'ebster 

tt'eiland Aveiiiie, fm 
Southern Pacific Railroad 
W, Sunnyslde Tract. 

Weldon, S s Crescent av 
nr San Bruno Road. 

Wells Avenue, bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
tm Dolores to Church. 

M^ells €oiirt, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Lombard S. 

Welsh, bet Bryant and 
Brannan fm Zoe to SW of 
Fourth. 

West Avenue, bet Cort- 
land and Plymouth avs 
fm Mission E to Holly 
Park av, HoUv Park. 

'West Eddy, bet Turk 
and Odd Fellows' Ceme- 
tery, fm First av E. 

'West El Dorado, bet 
South and Eureka S"\V fm 
Sixth to Center. 

^'est-End Alley, bet 
Hyde and Larkln fm 
Green to Union. 

'West mission, 'W s Mis- 
sion bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth. 



IVest Park, bet Thirty- 
third and Thirty-fourth 
and bet Rlchiaud and 
Crescent avs fm San .Jose 
Railroad E to Holly Park 
av, French & Gilman 
Tract and Holly Park. 

'Weston Place, bet 
(ith and7thfnrBryant 

Wetutore Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Clay 
to Washington. 

'Wheelocfe Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo N. 

'White, bet Hyde and 
Larkln fm 'Vallejo N. 

White Place. Se« 
'Victor. 

White's Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Jones E 

'Whiting, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Dupotit E. 

'Whitney, bet Mlsslnn 
and Howard fm Fifteenth 
to Sixteenth. 

W^hitney, bet Dame and 
Warren fm Thirtieth S to 
Palmer. 

'Wilder,fm Berkshire and 
Old San Jose Road SE. 

Wildey, bet Pine and 
Bush fm Webster to 
Steiner. 

'Willard, f m N s Grat- 
tan N to Golden Gate 
Park. 

'William, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm O'Farrell to 
Post. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 O'Farrell 2 

101 Geary 100 

(e) Post (e) 

IVillianis, bet Goettin- 
gen and Holyoke fm Silver 
av S, U M T. See Som- 
erset. 



Williams Avenue, S 

of Thornton av fm Kan- 
sas E to Railroad av, Sil- 
ver Terrace. 
W^illiamson, bet Boyce 

and Chase fm Geary N. 

Willow, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Folsom to Ship- 
ley. See Falmouth. 

'Willow Avenue, bet 

Eddy and ?:ilis fm Larkln 

to Buchanan. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna 600 

(e) Buchanan (e) 

Willows Avenue, bet 

Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth fm 'Valencia to 
Mission. 

W^inans Alley, bet 
Howard and Tehama fm 

• Eighth E. 

'Winkle, S of San Bruno 
Road 3 miles fm City Hall. 

'Winslow, fm California 
avS to Powhattan, B H. 

"Winter Iiane, bet Green 
and Union fm Mason E. 

'Wintlirop, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Lombard N to Chestnut 

'Wisconsin, bet Arkan- 
sas and Carolina fm Eighth 
S to Napoleon. 

Wolfe, fm California av E 
to Isabel, B H. 

'Wood, bet Masanic av 
and Collins fm Laurel Hill 
Cemetery S. 



Wool, fm North av S to 

Cortland av, B H. 

'Woolsey, bet AVayland 
and D wight fm Potrero av 
W, U M T. 

Worcester Avenue, 

City Land Association. 

Wordeu.betSotckton and 
Powell fm Francisco N. 

Wordeu Avenue, San 
Miguel. 

liVyoming, bet Dacotah 
and Ohio fm Isiais S to 
Honduras. 

Wyoming Avenue, 
San Miguel. 

"Vale, bet Amherst and 
Cambridge fm Silver av S. 
UMT. 

Yazoo, South S F, bet 
Platte and Susquehanna 
fm Honduras SW. 

Yerba Buena, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Sacra- 
mento to Clay. 

Yolo, bet Nevada and Co- 
lusa fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 

York, bet Hampshire and 
Bryant av fm Channels 
to Serpentine av. 

Yuba, bet Colusa and Yolo 
fm the bay W to Iowa. 

Yucatan, South S F, bet 
Tahiti and Carthagena fm 
San Bruno Road to Coun- 
ty line. 

Yuma, S of El Dorado fm 
Sixth SW to Center. 

Zini, fm Napoleon S to 
Schneider. 

Zoe, bet Third and Fourth 
fm Bryant to Brannan. 

Zoe Place, bet Beale 
and Fremont fm Folsom 
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KEY TO BUILDINGS. BLOCKS, WHARVES, ETC. 



PTJBIilC BUIIiDINGS 

Alms House, San Miguel or Mission Ocean House 

Bead, 4>$ miles from City Hall 
City Hall (new) , bet McAllister, Larkin, and Park Av 
City Hall (old) , E s Kearny, bet Merchant and Wasti. 
County Hospital, E s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third 
County Jail, N B Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont 
Custom House, NW cor Washington and Battery 
Hall of Kecords, S s McAllister, nr Leavenworth 
House of Correction, Old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Post Oflace, NW cor "Washington and Battery 
Twenty-sixth St. Hospital (small-pox), De Haro bet 

Colusa and Marin 
United States Appraisers' Building, E s Sansome, bet 

Washington and Jackson 
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Eeservation, 

nr Mountain Lake 
United States Mint, NW cor Mission and Fifth 
United States Treasury, 610 Commercial 

BUIIiDINGS. 

Academy, N s Pine, bet Montgomery and Sansome 

Academy of Sciences, 819 Market 

Alcazar, N s O'Farrell, bet Stockton and Powell 

Alhambra, 325 Bush 

Bank of California, NW cor California and Sansome 

Brittan's, SW cor California and Davis 

Chronic)e, NE cor Kearny and Market 

Cochituate, 213-215 Sansome 

Commercial, NW cor Pine and Battery 

Cosmopolitan, SW cor Bush and Sansome 

Crocker, junction Market and Post 

Dividend (or Morrison's) , NW cor Pine and Leid. 

Donohoe, NE cor Taylor and Market 

Donahue, NE cor First and Mission 

Exempt Fire Company, W s Brenham PI, opp Plaza 

Express, NE cor California and Montgomery 

Fair's, SW cor Sansome and Pine 

Firemans Fund Insurance Co.'s, SW cor California 
and Sansome 

First National Bank, NW cor Sansome and Bush 

Flood's, SW cor Market and Fourth 

Franklin. 406-410 California 

Friedlander's, NE cor California and Sansome 

Golden Gate, 22-28 Golden Gate Av 

Halleck, E s Sansome, from Sacramento to Halleck 

Hayward's, 415-423 California 

History, 723 Market 

Howard's, 521-523 Montgomery 

Johnson, 120 Sutter 

Kohler & Chase, 28-30 O'Farrell 

Marye Law, 1504 Market 

Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomery and Post 

Maynard's, NW cor California and Battery 

McCreery's, NE and SE corners Montgomery and Pine 

Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 

Mechanics' Pavilion, W s Larkin, bet Hayes and 
Grove 

Mercantile Library, NE cor Golden Gate and Van 
Ness Avs 

Merchants' Exchange, Ss Cal., bet Mont, and Sansome 

Merritt's, NW cor California and Drumm 

Metropolitan Temple, NE cor Fifth and Jessie 

Meyer Daniel, 212-214 Pine 

Mills, NE cor Bush and Montgomery 

Morrison's, NW cor Pine and Leidesdorff 

Murphy, NE cor Market and Jones 

Mutual Life, SE cor California and Sansome 

Naglee's, SW cor Montgomery and Merchant 

Niantic, NW cor Clay and Sansome 

Nucleus, SE cor Market and Third 

Odd Fellows', SW cor Market and Seventh 

Pacific Exchange, 316 Montgomery 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.'s, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 

Parrott's, NW cor Sacramento and Montgomery 

Phelan's, junction Market and O'Farrell 

Phoenix, SW cor Sansome and Jackson 

Pioneers' (old) 808 Montgomery, (new) Ws Fourth, nr 
Market 

Phythian Castle, 909 Market 

Eeese's, 716-722 Washington 

Safe Deposit Co.'s, SE cor Montgomery and California 

San Francisco Stock Exchange, S s Pine, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery 



Sherman's, NE cor Montgomery and Clay 

Shiels', 32 O'Farrell 

Southern Pacific Co.'s, NE cor Fourth and Townsend 

St. Ann's, NW cor Powell and Eddy 

St. Lawrence, 212 Sutter 

Starr King, S s Geary bet Grant Av and Stockton 

Stevenson's, SW cor Montgomery and California 

Telephone, 216 Bush 

The History Building, 723 Market 

The Howard, NW cor Stockton and O'Farrell 

The Real Estate Associates, 230 Montgomery 

United States Appraisers', E s Sansome, bet Wash- 

ington and Jackson 
Walkerley's, NW cor Stockton and Post 
Wells Fargo & Co's. E s New Montgomery bet Jessie 

and Mission 
Whiting's, SE cor Sansome and Pine 
Young Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 

HALiIiS. 

Alcazae, N s O'Farrell, bet Stockton and Powell 

Alldacks, SW cor Bush and Devisadero 

American, NW cor Pacific and Leavenworth 

Apollo, 808 Pacific 

Archery, 1155-1157 Mission 

Armory, 134 Fourth 

Assembly, 1412 Polk 

Blair's, 2131 Mission 

B'nai B'rith, 119-121 Eddy 

California, 620 Bush 

Cambrian, 1133 Mission 

Centennial, 421 Hayes 

Champion, N s Butte, bet Tennessee and Kentucky 

Columbus, S s Stevenson, bet Third and Annie 

Drews', 121 New Montgomery 

Druids', 413 Sutter 

Excelsior, 2319 Mission 

Foresters', 20 Eddy 

Golden Gate, 1622 Pacific Av 

Grand Central, 997 Market 

Grand Western, 1328 Bush 

Hamilton, cor Geary and Webster 

Hare's, Marquesas, South S. P. 

Huddy's, 909 H Market 

Humboldt, SE cor Mission and Erie 

Improved Order Red Men's, 320 Post 

Independence, 39 Fourth 

Independent Order Red Men's, 510 Bush 

Irish American, 816-818 Howard 

Irving, 139 Post 

Kessing's, cor Twenty-first and Howard 

Knight's of Pythias, 909 Market 

Lafayette, 730 Montgomery 

Lincoln, 413 Third 

Loughead, 1605 Polk 

Loyola, cor Tenth and Market 

Mannerbund, W sPotrero Av, bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifth 

Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomery and Post 

Mayberry's, E s Mission, bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first 

Mechanics'Institute, 27 Post 

Mission Opera Hall, 2129 Mission 

Mowry's Opera, SW cor Grove ana Laguna 

Myrtle, W s Railroad Av, bet Trinidad and Bahama 

National Armory, 324 Po st 

National Republican, 1113 Mission 

Odd Fellows' SW cor Market and Seventh 

Ono, 1883 Mission 

Opera House, 737 Mission 

Pixley, NE cor Pacific and Polk 

Saratoga, 814 Geary 

Scottish, 111 Larkin 

Shoemakers' Hall, 597 Mission 

St. George's, 909>ii Market 

St. Ignatius', SW cor Grove and Van Ness Av 

St. Joseph's, W s Tenth, bet Howard and Folsom 

St. Peter's Temperance, E s Alabama, bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth 

Teutonia, 1322 Howard 

Turn Verein (old) , N s Bush, bet Stockton and Powell 

Turn Verein (San Francisco), S s Turk, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 

Turn Verein Vorwarts, 310 O'Farrell 

Union Square, 421 Post 

Veterans', 516 Bryant 



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Only six lnours travel fk-om mrkin a >■ n AnnikiriA RoundTrip Tickets, unlimited. $8. 00 
San Pranci«co by Donahue HIGHLANU SPRINGS Sjngle Fare, $4.50 On sale at 2 New 
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Washington, 35 Eddy 
Wigwam, NE cor Eddy and Jones 
Young Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 
BLOCKS. 

AuMonT, NW cor New Montgomery and Howard 

Arizona, S s Market, bet Main and Beale 

Astor, (i25-(i33 Sacramento 

Bilden, SW cor Bush and Montgomery 

Blythe's, SE cor Grant Av and Geary 

Broadway, NW cor Broadway and Kearny 

California, SE cor Calitornia and Battery 

Commercial, SE cor California and Front 

Court, G-M'i Clay and 041 Merchant 

Eagle, NW cor Pine and Davis 

Frank's, NW cor Sausome and Washington 

Front Street, E s Front, from Clay to Washington 

Golden Gate, 131 Post 

Hansford, 110-132 Market 

Harpending, S s Market, bet First and Second 

Holbrook, SE cor Market and Beale 

Howard's, 627 Third 

Metropolitan, 8-14 Montgomery Av 

Montgomery, E s Montgomery from Merchant toWash- 

Ington 
Nevada, NW cor Montgomery and Pine 
O'Dounell's, NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 
Oriental, SW cor Bush and Battery 
Park's , SE cor Valencia and Sixteenth 
Keeee's, W s Battery, bet Pine and California 
Sacramento, E s First, nr Mission 
Safe Deposit, SE cor California and Montgomery 
Shiels', junction Market and Post 
Tiffany, W s Mission bet Twenty-eighth and Twenty 

ninth 
Thivrlow, E s Kearny, bet Sutter and Ver Mehr PI 
Union, junction Market and Pine 
Virginia, NW cor Stockton and Pacific 
Washington, 1-17 Montgomery Av 
Yankee, SW cor Front and Pine 

WHARVES. 

Beale Stkeet, foot Beale 

Broadway, foot Broadway 

Central Pacific RR., foot Second 

Channel Street, foot Channel 

Channel Street South, extension of Channel Street 

Dewey's, foot Third 

Dry Dock Co.'s, Hunter's Point 

East Street, from Market to Folsom 

Fillmore Street, foot Fillmore 

Fisherman, foot Filbert 

Folsom Street, foot Folsom 

Folsom No. 2, bet Folsom and Harrison 

Front Street, foot Front 

Green Street, foot Green 

Hath away 's, cor Spear and Bryant 

Harrison Street, foot Harrison 

Hobbs', E s Long Bridge, foot Fourth 

Hodgkin's, foot L, South S. F. 

Howard Street, foot Howard 

Howard No. 2, bet Howard and Folsom 

Humboldt, foot Spear 

Jackson Street, foot Jackson 

Larue's, East bet Market and Mission 

Main Street, foot Main 

Market Street, foot Market 

Meiggs', from Francisco, bet Powell and Mason, 

North Beach 
Mission Street, foot Mission 
Mission No. 2, bet Mission and Howard 
Oakland Ferry, foot of Market 
Oriental, foot First 

Pacific Mail SS. Co.'s, Brannan and First 
Pacific Rolling Mills Co.'s, Potrero Point 
Pacific Street, foot Pacific 
Rincon, foot Steuart 

Rincon Point, Spear, bet Folsom and Harrison 
San Francisco Gas Co.'s Wharf, foot Second 
Second and Berry Street, foot Second 
Spear Street, foot Spear 
Steamboat, Long Bridge 
Third Street, foot Third 
Vallejo Street, foot ViUejo 
Vallejo Street, No. 2, bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Washington Street, foot Washington 

PLACES OP A.MUSEMEIVT. 

Alcazar Theatbe, N s G'Farrell, bet Stockton and 
Powell 



Baldwin Theater, 932-93() Market 

Bella Union Theater, 803 and 805 Kearny 

Bijou Theater, 729 Market 

Bush Street Theater, 325 Bush 

California Theater, N s Bush, bet Keamy and Dupont 

Chinese Theaters, 623 and 626 Jackson, and 814 

Washington 
Grand OperaHouse,Ns Mission, bet Third and Fourth 
Grove Street Theatre, N 8 Grove bet Polk and Van 

Ness Av 
Morosco's, S s Howard, bet Third and Fourth 
National, NE cor Eddy and Jones 
Orpheum, S s O'Farrell, bet Stockton and Powell 
People's Palace, SW cor Eddy and Mason 
Stockwell's Theatre, Powell nr Eddy 
Telegraph Hill Observatory. cor Kearny and Greenwich 
Temple The, S s Turk bet Jones and Taylor 
Tivoli Opera House, 28-32 Eddy 
Wigwam, SE cor Geary and Stockton 

PROMINENT PLACES. 

Alcatraz Island, 2 miles NW Telegraph Hill 

Angel Island, 5 miles from City Hall 

Bay District Fair Race Grounds, entrance cor Seventh 

Av and Fulton 
Bernal Heights, S of Serpentine Av, bet San Jos6 and 

San Bruno Roads 
Buena Vista Park, S of Haight, bet Broderick and Lott 
Cliff House, 6J<2 miles W City Hall 
Dry Dock (California), Hunter's Point 
Fairmount, W s San Jos^ Road, nr Thirtieth 
Farallones Islands, 29 miles from City Hall 
Fort Mason (Black Point), junction Van Ness Av and 

Bay Shore 
Fort Wiufield Scott (Fort Point), nr the Golden Gate, 

4 miles W City Hall 
Garratt's Point, H mile SW Hunter's Point 
Golden Gate, 6 miles W City Hall 
Golden Gate Driving Park, Point Lobos Av, 5 miles 

from City Hall 
Golden Gate Park, W of Stanyan, bet D and H to 

Ocean, entrance Baker, bet Oak and Fell 
Hayes Valley, N of Market and W of Larkin 
Holladay Heights, bet Clay, Wash., Goughand Octavia 
Holly Park, SWs Bernal Heights, nr San Jos6Road 
Hunter's Point, 5 miles SE City Hall 
Islals Creek Bridge, from the termination of Ken- 
tucky to Railroad Av 
Kensington, Howard, nr Twenty-first 
Laguna de la Merced, 7Jg miles SW City Hall, nr 

Ocean View House 
Lake Honda, 4 miles SW City Hall 
Lakeville, nr Laguna de la Merced 
Lime Point, opp Fort Point 

Lone Mountain, S of Point Lobos Av, nr Toll Gate 
Long Bridge, from foot Fourth to Potrero Nuevo 
Mission Creek, from Harrison and Nineteenth, SE to 

the Bay 
Mission Dolores, 2M miles SW City Hall 
Mount Olympus, terminus Sixteenth street. 
Mountain Lake. 4 miles W City Hall, bet Point Lobos 

Av and Presidio Road 
Mountain Lake Park, 4 miles W City Hall, bet Point 

Lobos Av and Presidio Road 
North Beach, foot Powell, Wto Black Point 
North Point, loot Francisco 
Ocean View House, Ocean House Road, 7 miles SW 

City Hall 
Ocean Side House, Beach Road, 8 miles SW City Hall 
Ocean View Riding and Driving Park, Ocean House 

Road, 7 miles SW City Hall 
Pacific Heights, California to Broadway, bet Van 

Ness Av and Fillmore 
Point Lobos, 6 3^ miles W City Hall 
Point San Queutin, Potrero Nuevo 
Potrero Heights, Potrero Nuevo, nr Bay Shore 
Potrero Nuevo, 2}^ miles S City Hall 
Presidio, 3 miles W City Hall 

Rincon Hill, bet Folsom, Bryant, First and Third 
Russian Hill, Taylor, bet Broadway and Green 
San Jose or Black Point, junction Van Ness Av and 

Bay Shore 
Seal Rock, 6^ miles W City Hall 
Sutro Heights, terminus Park and Ocean RR., 6X 

miles W Old City Hall 
Telegraph Hill, Montgomery, from Broadway N to the 

Bay 
Visitacion Valley, nr the Bay and San Mateo Co. Line 
Yerba Buena, or Goat Island, 2 miles NE City Hall 



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KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES, 



UNITED STATES. 

ARMY, Military Division of tlife Pacific, headquarters 

Phelan Building 
Army, Engineers, Engineer OfScer Military Division 
of the Pacific, Presidio Reservation; Fortifications 
Harbor S. F., 533 Kearny; Light-house, 74 U. S. 
Appraisers' Building; Light-house Engineers, 
809 Market 
Army, Depots and Warehouses, 36 New Montgomery, 

and Yerba Buena Island 
Bankruptcy, Kegisters District California, 636 Clay 

and 506 Battery 
Board of Examining Surgeons for Pensioners, U. S. 

Appraisers' Building 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, U. S. Appraisers' Building 

Courts, Circuit Judge, Clerk; District Judge, Clerk ; 

District Attjsrney, Marshal, Commissioners, U. S. 

Appraisers' Building 

Customs Port San Francisco, Collector, Naval Officer, 

and Surveyor, NW cor Washington and Battery; 

Appraisers' Store, E s San. bet Wash, and Jackson 

Geological Survey, V. S. Appraisers' Building, fourth 

floor 
Inspector Boilers, U. S. Appraisers' Building 
Inspector Hulls, TJ. S. Appraisers' Building 
Internal Eevenue, Agents, Collector, Gangers, TJ. S. 

Appraisers' Building 

Land Office, Begister and Receiver, 610 Commercial 

Life Boat Station, Ocean Beach, nr Golden Gate Park 

Light House Department (Twelfth District) Inspector, 

TJ. S. Appraisers' Building, Engineer, 809 Market 

Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation, nr Mountain 

Lake ; Superintending Surgeon, TJ. S. Appraisers' 

Building 

Mint, Superintendent, Assayer, Coiner, Melter and 

Refiner, NW cor Fifth and Mission 
Navy Pay Office, 202 Sansome 

Pension Agent, Army and Navy, 319 Pine, rooms 35-39 
Post Office, Postmaster, NW cor Washington and Bat- 
tery ; Assistant Superintendent Railway Mail Ser- 
vice, SW cor Jackson and Battery ; Post Oifice In- 
spectors, 78 TJ. S. Appraisers' Building 
Secret Service Division, TJ. S. Appraisers' Building 
Shipping Commissioner, TJ. S. Appraisers' Building 
Special Agent Treasury Dept, TJ. S. Appraisers' Bldg 
Supervising Inspector Steam Vessels, TJ. S. Apprais- 
ers' Building 
Surveyor-General California, 610 Commercial 
Treasurer Assistant, 608 Commercial 
Weather Bureau.frooms 16-19 Mills Bldg, 10th floor 

STATE. 

Bank Commissionees, 206 Sansome 

Harbor Commissioners, 10 California 

Mineralogist State, Pioneer Building 

Immigration Commissioner, 506 Battery 

Insurance Commissioner, 401 California 

Pilot Examiners, 506 Battery 

Pilots, 506 Battei-y 

Port Wardens, Clay Street Wharf 

Railroad Commissioners, 27 Chronicle Building 

State Bureau Labor Statistics, 220 Sutter 

Supreme Court, 305 Larkin, Judges' chambers, 305 

Larkin 
Viticultural Commissioners, 317 Pine 



CITY AND COUNTY. 

AssESSOB County, New City Hall, first floor 
Attorney and Counselor, New City Hall, third floor 
Attorney District, New City Hall, second floor 
Attorney Police, Old City Hall, first floor 
Auditor County, New City Hall, first floor 
Board City Hall Commissioners, New City Hall, first 

floor 
Board Education, New City Hall, second floor 
Board Election Commissioners, New City Hall, base- 
ment 
Board Equalization, New City Hall, second floor 
Board Health, New City Hall, first floor 
Board Revenue Fund Commissioners, Mayor's Office, 

New City Hall 
Board Supervisors Clerk of, New City Hall , second floor 
Clerk County, New City Hall, second floor 
Commissioners of Insanity, New City Hall, base- 
ment 
Coroner County, Dunbar Alley 
Courts Justices', New City Hall, first floor 
Courts Police, Old City Hall 
Courts Superior, New City Hall 
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, 9 Brenham PI 
Fire Department Commissioners, Old City Hall 
Fire Department Corporation Yard, N s Sacramento, 

bet East and Drumm 
Fire Department Engineers, Old City Hall 
Fire Marshal, New City Hall, first floor 
Free Public Library, New City Hall, second floor 
Gas Inspector, New City Hall, first floor 
Grand Jury rooms. New City Hall, second floor 
Health Officer, New City Hall, first floor 
Hospital, E s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third 
House of Correction, old San Jos^ Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Jail, N s Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont, branch. 

Old San Jose Road, five miles from City Hall, 
Law Library, New City Hall, third floor 
License Collector, New City Hall, first floor 
Market Inspector, New City Hall, first floor 
Mayor City and County, New City Hall, first floor 
Park Commissioners, Park Lodge, Golden Gate Park 
Police Chief, Old City Hall, first floor 
Police Commissioners, Old City Hall, second floor 
Police Stations, Old City Hall, basement ; 827 Folsom ; 
522 Davis ; 247 Steuart ; New City Hall; 207 Seven- 
teenth, NE cor Polk and Jackson ; 610 Napa, 
South San Francisco, 137 Waverly PI and Ocean 
View 
Public Administrator, 8 Montgomery 
Quarantine Officer, 506 Battpry 
Recorder County, Hall of Records, New City Hall 
Registrar of Voters, New City Hall, basement 
Sheriff County, New City Hall, first floor 
Superintendent Common Schools, New City Hall, 

third floor 
Superintendent Streets, New City Hall, basement 
Surveyor County, New City Hall, third floor 
Tax Collector County, New City Hall, iirst floor 
Treasurer County, New City Hall, first floor 
Twenty-sixth St. Hospital (small-pox) DeHaro, bet 
Colusa and Marin 



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123 CALIFORNIA St., Importer of a few selected vintag'es of 
J BOUCHARD, PERE di FILS (established 1750) Fine Burgundies. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, CHANGES, REMOVALS, ETC 

EECEIVED TOO LATE FOR EEGULAE INSERTION. 



AcedEnrlque A., interpreter, 418 California, room 8 
Ackerman John D., clerk U.S. Surveyor-General's 

oflBce, r. Oakland 
Adams John Q., attorney at law, Chronicle Bldg 

room 81-82-83, r. 1207. 19th 

ADELSDORFER&BRANDENSTEIN (Alfred 

Adelsdorfer and Manfred Branden- 

stein) importei's teas, coffees and 

spices and proprietors 'Washington 

Jtlannfacturingr Co., office 130 Market, 

and Western Preserve Co., SE cor Fif- 

teentli and Sllot^vell 
Agar John E., manager A. B. Forbes, Mutual Life 

Bldg, SE cor California and Sansome, r. 324 

Bartlett 
Ahrens, Pain & Bullwinkel (George M. Ahrens, 

George Pein and John D. Bullwinkel) wholesale 

liquors, 16-18 Grant Av 
Alexander Charles O., president Sites Sandstone 

Co., office rooms, 48-44 Mills Bldg, 7th floor 
Allan John D. (Jones Brothers & Co.) r. Oakland 
Allen W. A., attorney at law. r. 1258 California 
Allison Perry, r. 713 Larkin 
American Carbonic Acid Gas Co., 19 Stevenson 
American Cereal Co., Johnson-Locke Mercantile Co., 

agents 204 California 
American Condensed Milk Co., 8 Mission 
American Investment Union, W. H. Pettis, 

manager, 216 Sansome 

AMERICAN UNION FISH CO. a, g.„.h 

Jr. president, N. Pardini vice-president, 
E. Antoni temporary treasurer, C. 
Dondero secretary, J. B. Ing'ug'lia, N. 
Fabris, A. Silvestri, C. Cuneo, I. Tra- 
pani, N. Marsala, J. E. Kessing^ trus- 
tees, 508-518 Mercliant, and 51.3-519 
Washington, sell fish of all kinds at 
'wholesale and retail, and receive on 
commission and buy fish for sale. 
The Company has a shipping depart- 
ment also, and ships fish to every part 
of tlie country. 
Anderson Savereu, seaman, r. 14 Jackson 
Arthur J. W. (Smith & Arthur) r. 9 Glasgow 

ASHWORTH FRANK P. 

D. D. S., hours 9 A. M. to 13 M. and 1 
to 5 P. M. , office and r. Murphy Bldg, 
room8-59-60, telephone 3198 

Averlll Etta Miss, r. 734 Geary 

Bacon John B., r. 1711 Post 

Bakers and Butchers Exchange, Gustav 

Guenther proprietor, 763 Howard 
Barber George A., carpet beating, upholstery, 

furniture storage and proprietors Chicago Carpet 

Beating and Renovating Works. 1509 Market 
Barrere Frank, secretary The McGlew Ore Concen- 
trator Co., office 116 Davis, r. 3025 California 
Beal George, r. 505, 3d 
Becker Adolph C. (Becker & Eolkin) r. Prescott 

House 
Becker & Rolkin (Adolph C. Becker and Edward 

Rolkin) proprietors Prescott House, SW cor 

Kearny and Montgomery Av 
Beecher J, H. , agent Murphy Varnish Co., 630 

Market, r. Oakland 
Belcher Edward A. attorney at law, room 34 Mills 

Bldg, 3d floor, r. 635 Haight 
Belgrano Frank N., secretary Columbus Savings and 

Loan Society, 614 Washington, r. Golden West 

Hotel 



Bencbley 'William B., notary public, 630 Market 

r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Bergin J. P., solicting agent Oregon Pacific Railroad 

Co., r. 626 Eddy 
Berkeley Express, Charles Hansen proptr, 121-123 

Washington 
Berkeley Farm Dairy, Such & Nelson proprie- 
tors, 1214 Folsom 
Bigelow J. Edwards, bookkeeper A. S. Neal Ware- 
house Co., r, 220. 19th 
Blach Charles, physician and surgeon, 318 Kearny, r. 

1319 Ellis 
Blanchard Catherine Mrs., dressmaking, 130 Murphy 

Bldg 
Blum S., office, 21 Sansome 
Blnmberg Liouis E., manager The Kentucky 

Company, 104 Pine, r. Oakland 
Blythe R. Miss, hairdresser, r. 142, 9th 
Boehrer J. & Co. (John Boehrer and Knud E. Arfsten) 

carpenters, 410 Sacramento 
Bond Charles A., insurance broker, office Mutual Life 

Bldg, r. San Rafael 
Bookkeeper's Companion, 0. M. Ward manager, 12 

Montgomery 
Booth 6i Coffey (Samuel Booth and E. J. Coffey) 

proprieters The Mission Journal, 2241 Mission 
Bostwich Frederick R., insurance agent, 169 Crocker 

Bldg 
Bouteiller Louis (Lemoine & Co. 1 r. W s 22d Av nr 

Clement 
Braun C. H.F. bookkeeper A. 'Vignler, r. Oakland 
Braun FrancisA., clerk A. "Vignler, r. Oakland 
Breckon F. W. Page, searcher records, 330 Pine,room 

24, r. The Baldwin 
Brooker Gustavus H. (Millar, Brooker & Co.) r. 762 

Brannan 
Bruns August, rroprietor Excelsior Hotel, 608- 

610 Sixth 
Bryant A. H., physician, 114 Powell 
Buckley "Vincent P., physician and surgeon, 504 

Kearny, r. 1203 Jackson 
Burns Aaron M., insurance, 306 Sansome, r. 1506 

Washington 
Burr Robert H. (Hohnan&Burr) r. NE cor Van Ness 

Avand Filbert 
Bui tchaell S. W., salesman DoUiver & Bro., r. 616 

Ellis 
Burton Alexander H., real estate and insurance 

agent and loans negotiated, Mills Bldg, room 44, 

eighth floor, r. 1024 Washington 
Busse & Willard (Morris Busse and Nathan Willard) 

merchant tailors, 335 Bush 
Butcher Thomas R. (Peacock & Butcher) r. 930, 20th 
Butler Charles C. office 626 Market 
Butler Charles G., proprietor Butler's Exchange 

fine wines, liquors and cigars, San Francisco 

Stock Exchange Bldg, Laurel PI off Pine 
Buzzini George, wholesale and retail liquors. 39, 

9th 
Cadman & Kittle (J. O. Cadman and William 8. 

Kittle) general insurance and city agents Home 

Insurance Co. of New York, 500 Montgomery 
California Boiler "Works, J. C. Lemmer & Co. 

proprietors, 125-127 Fremont 
California Construction Co., 661 Market, room 81 
California Savings Investment Co., H. C. Osmont 

president, Frank McNorton secretary, 809 Market, 

Flood Bldg 
California "Volksfreund (German weekly) 429 

Montgomery 
Campodonlco Charles (Oampodonico & Malcolm) r. 

2006 Mason 



419 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



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CSampodonico & Malcolm (Charles Campo- 

donico and Thomas E. Malcolm) produce and 

commission mercliants, SE cor Battery and 

Washington 
Capital Baildiug' and Lioan Association, 

L. E. Ellert president, W. H. Davis secretary, 

rooms 43-44 Mills Bldg, seventh floor 
Caro Charles (Mercantile Toilet Co.) r.919 McAllister 
Casa Hidalgo Wine Co., 1 Hyde 
Caskey M., salesman Hale Bros. ,r. 15 Hyde 
Oaener Mark, upholsterer Bare Bros., r. 625 Octavla 
Cater George P., r. 1825 Hyde 
Central Pacific Railroad, Gerrit L. Lansing 

secretary and controller, NE cor Fourth and 

Townsend 
Chace Henry C. (Chace, Thompson & Cook) r. 413 

Post 
Chace, Thompson Si Cook (Henrv C. Chace, 

Wesley M. Thompson and James Cook) merchant 

tailors, 339 Bush 
Chalmers W. P., physician, r. 1404 Page 
Chamberlain, Hill & Co., room 38 Mills Bldg, 5th 

floor 
Chamberlain K. A., room 38 Mills Bldg, 6th floor 
Chambers J. P., t. 611 Greenwich 
Chappelle P. S., capitalist, room 29 Mills Bldg, 7th 

floor 
Cheignon Edmond (Lemoine & Co.) r. 1343 Powell 
City Artificial Stone Co.. 1011 McAllister 

CITY STEAM CARPET BEATIHU AND 

RENOVATING WORKS, G. H. Stevens 
manafifer, 38-40 Eigrlith. 

Claison William, salesman Hale Bros. r. 333 Eddy 

Clapp Harry A., U. S. Revenue Service, r. 17 Hill 

Clark Warren D., r. 1732^Broadway 

Clayes J., deputy auditor Custom House 

Coffee Walter B. M. D., physician, oflce 213 
Geary, hours 11 A. M. to 1 P. M., telephone 1499, 
r. 1169 Valencia, hours 10 A. M., and 4 to 7 P. M. 

Cohn Marion D. (Charles S. EuBsell & Co.) r. 1404 
Sutter 

Columbia Hotel, Adolph Eretz proptr, 18, 1st 

Columbian Banking Co., I.J. Truman presi- 
dent, W. S. Miller, vice-president, C. O. Perry 
manager and cashier, 236-238 Bush 

Conolley Edward D., accountant r. 761 Oapp 

Consul Ha\vaiian Islands, Frank S. Pratt con- 
sul-general, J. B. Maholm vice-consul, 106 San- 
some, room 22 

Cook James (Chace, Thompson & Cook) r. 625 Ji 
Larkin 

Cook Michael, solictor H. M. Peterson, r. 623 Fulton 

Cooke Frank W., foreman Wood and Iron, r. Oakland 

Corwin T. J., president Pacific Roll Paper Co., 
515 Market 

Cottier William T., inventor, room 38 Mills Bldg, 
5th floor 

Cox W. Lloyd, (W. Lloyd Cox & Co.) r. 210 Grove 

Cox W. Lloyd & Co., (W. Lloyd Cox) general commis- 
sion merchants, 210 Grove 

Coxe John, searcher of records, Hall of Records, r. 
Alameda 

Craig James T)., (Lindsay & Craig) office 176-178 
Crocker Bldg 

Craig Mary Lynde, attorney at law, r 434 Bartlett 

Craig Scipio, r. 434 Bartlett 

Crall Charles W., manager The Werner Co., 87-88 
Chronicle Bldg, r. 503 Capp 

Crawford George, salesman Hale Broa.,r. 1515 Kansas 

Cuneo, Costa & Kehrlein (Joseph Cuneo, Giacomo 
Costa and Emll Kehrlein) real estate agents, 5, 
Montgomery Av 

Dames W. W. , photographer, 916 Market 

Davis William H., secretary Sites Sandstone 
Co., and Capital Building and Loan Association, 
rooms 43-44 Mills Bldg, 7th floor 

Davis & Rankin Building and Manufacturing Co., 
(Chicago, 111.) oface 118-120 Davis 

Davraou John H., druggist NE cor Valencia and 
23d and secretary California State Board of Phar- 
macy, r. 1145 Valencia 

Decker Henry C. , real estate and business broker, 
1206 Market 

Deitrick Edington Jr., president George Detrick Co. 
19 Spear, r. 1911 Green 

Diamond James C, (Diamond & McCarthy), 311 
Bush 

Diamond Si McCarthy, (James C. Diamond and 
Joseph C. McCarthy) liquors, 311 Bush 



Dickiel Richard S., mnfrs. agent, 90 Chronicle Bldg ' 

r. Oakland 
Dlnkelspeil Henry G-. W., attorney at law. Chronicle 

Bldg, rooms 81-82-83, r. 804 Ellis 
Dodge Clinton G. (Dodge & Fry) attorney at law, room 

40 Mills Bldg, eighth floor, r. Oakland 
Dodge & Fry (Clinton G. Dodge and Fred W. Fry) at- 

torneys at law, room 40 Mills Bldg, eighth floor 
Donohue F. J., wrapper Hale Bros., r. 2053^, 15th 
Donovan Andrew J., attorney at law, 216 Bush, rooms 

34-35. r. 225 Fulton 
Donzel A. J., manager California Fire Works Co., r, 

Saugalito 
Dougart John I., butcher, r. 214 Fillmore 
Drisooll Frank J., tailor, 954 Mission 
Duffield Frank B. (Pistolesi & Duffleld) r. 1107 Mont 

gomery 
Dng^an Herbert F. , druggist and apothecary, 

701 Sutter, cor Taylor 
Dunn Thomas F., attorney at law, District Attorney's 

office. New City Hall. r. 143 Ridley 

LDDl llAlliL U. dentist, office 
room 3 Academy of Sciences Bldg^, 819 
Market, r. San Mateo 

Electric Liquor Saloon, Mike H. Smith proptr, 
842 Market 

Elliott McDonald, attorney at law, 419 California, r. 
Santa Rosa 

Englehardt A. J., representing S. Ottenberg & 
Bros, high grade cigars, New York factory 1065 
Third, district office 303 Battery 

Enkle Charles 0., hair dressing and manicuring, 222 
Post, r. 236 nth 

Enterprise Foundry, H. Schrader & Co. pro- 
prietors, 140-142 Folsom 

Entzmann Arnold F., secretary Consul Austria, 308 
Battery, r. Alameda 

EMAEDT PAUL C, dentist, 

1403 Bush, office hours 9 to 13 A. M. 
and 1 to 5 P. M. 

Everett George L. & Co. (George L. Everett) book 

and job printer, 113 Davis 
Excelsior Hotel, August Bruns proprietor, 608- 

610 Sixth 
Farnham J. H. & Co. (John H. Farnham and 

Pearson N. Preble) shipwrights and calkers, Pier 

10 Steuart 
ParrellP. J., physician, r. 225 Gerry 
Ferral Robert, attorney at law, 331 Montgomery, room 

27, r. 2518 California 
Field B. F. & Co. (Benjamin F. Field and Van E. 

Paterson) proptrs Field Filter Co., room 7 Mills 

eighth floor 
Field Filter Co., B. F. Field & Co. proptrs, room 

7 Mills Bldg, eighth floor 
Field Sports (weekly) H. T. Payne publisher, 318 

Pine 
Fisher Godfrey (Lyons & Fisher) r. 824 O'Farrell 
Fitch Joshua B., manager The Tahoe Medical 

Co. (incorporated) office 628 Market, r.632 Market 
Flageollet Henry C, butcher. 910-912 Valencia. 

r. 329 Oapp 
Flint Oscar S. (The Prevear Elevator Attachment 

Co.) r. St. Helena 
Flynn Fred V. (Sheehan & Flynn) r. 29 Pleasant 
Follett S. P. Mrs., widow, r. 319 Sutter 
Forbish Artkur J. E.. mnfrs agent, room 169 Crocker 

Bldg, r. Oakland 
Fraser J. A. Mrs. , manager The Savoy Co . , 143 Post 
Freese Andreiv C. , stevedore, 55 Mission and 

Public Administrator, 319 Pine, rooms 8-12, r. 11 

Thirteenth 
Frick JohnB., r. 1011 McAllister 
Friedman Marx (P. Greenberg & Oo.l r.818 Hyde 
Fry Fred W. (Dodge & Fry) attorney at law, room 40 

Mills Bldg, 8th floor, r. Oakland 
Qalland Edward R. (Mercantile Toilet Co.) r. 611 

Taylor 
Gardiner W. A,, pastor West Side Christian Church, 

N s Bush bet Scott and Devlsadero, r. 2520 Bush 
Gerbar Daniel, teacher languages, 415 Mason 
German Hotel, Frederick C. Janssen proprietor, 

560 Howard 
Gibralter Warehouse, A. S. Neal Warehouse Co.. 

proptrs. SE cor Sansome and Filbert 
Giusti & Antoni (Alphonse Giusti and Ermengildo 

Antonl) fl3h,513-519 Washington and 508-516 Mer- 
chant 



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Grant Jolin, real estate, r .1231 Ellis 

Oreenberg P. & Co. (Philip Greenberg, Marx Fried- 
man and Mosee A. Sohlomasky) -woolens and tail- 
or's trimmings, 11 Flood Bldg 

GreRsou George S. (Risdon, Gregson & Co.) r. 3003 
I Jackson 

Oueiither Gnatav, proprietor Bakers and Butch- 
ery Exchange, 7G3 Howard 

Gusmaui Peter (Peter GusmanI & Oo.)r. 1 Hinckley PI 

Gusmani Peter & Oo. (Peter Gusmani) proptrs. S. F. 
Fishing Co., 509 Merchant 

Hackett James A,, rubber goods, 12 California, r. 
Alameda 

Hale Brothers Incorporated, O.A.Hale presi- 
dent, P. 0. Hale vice president and manager, 11. 
B. Hale secretary, importers and dealers iu dry 
and fancy goods and furnishing goods, 937-941 
Market 

Hale O. A., president Hale Bros. Incorporated,937-941 
Market, r. San Jose, Cal 

Hale Preutis C, vice-president and manager Hale 
Bros. Incorporated, 937-941 Market, r. 1232 Page 

Hale Reuben B., secretary Hale Bros. Incorporated. 
937-941 Market, r. 1232 Page 

Haiilon B. F. , insurance agent, 212 Pine, r. 3461, 
8th 

Harbinger Publishing Co. The, publisher The Har- 
binger, 1170 Market 

Harbinger The (weekly) The Harbinger Publishing 
Co. publishers, 1170 Market 

Hare Elias C, secretary Masonic Board of Re- 
lief Masonic Temple, r. 510 Ban Jose Av 

Harris William, with A. P. Mordhunt, 2813 Mis- 
sion 

Harter Dr. Medicine Co, The (St. Louis, Mo.) The 
Whiteside Co.. general agents, 207 Battery, 
room 4 

Hartmann Frederick E.. insurance broker, 122 Front 
r. 2609 Clay 

Heiduska Ferdinand, mnfg jeweler, 413 Bush, r. 1529 
Golden Gate Av 

Heineman M, M. «fc Co. (Max Heineman and 
Charles Euler) jobbers wall paper and decora- 
tions, 32}^ Fremont 

Heins J. D. & Co. (John D. Heins) groceries and 
liquors, NW corFolsom and Fremont 

Hereford William S., physician and surgeon 
318 Kearny, r. Hotel St. Nicholas 

Herman R., manager Imperial Paint and Copper Co., 
324 Pine, room 18 

Hlggins Thomas, notary public, 628 Market, r. 1114 
Vallejo 

Hinton Eugene H.. agent Panama RR. Co., 214 Pine, 
room 46 

Hoffmeyer Volmer A. H., teacher music, 26 O'Farrell 
room ,26 ' 

Hoitt Ira G., master Hoitt's Oak Grove School for 
Boys, Millbrae, San Mateo county, city office 
Flood Bldg, room 1 

Holden Samuel P., commission merchant 419 Cali- 
fornia, room 14, r. 2113 Vallejo 
Home Insurance Co. (of New York) Cadman & 

Kittle city agents, 500 Montgomery 
Hopkins O. G., cashier Oregon Pacific Railroad Co., 
Section 4 Seawall, r. 626 Eddy 

HOTEL WENTWORTH eie- 

ganlly appointed sunny rooms en suite 
or single, Mrs. Ne^vman proprietor, 617 
Bush 

Howell John S. (Osgood & Howell) r. 1610 Pacific Av 
Huckfeldt Henry, groceries and liquors, 1200 

Howard 
International Electrical Supply and Construction 

Co. The, Edward E. Parsons general superintend- 
ent, 411 Market 
Jacobl Irving L., collector, Chronicle Bldg, rooms 

81-84 **' 

Janssen FredericliC, proprietor German Hotel, 

560 Howard 
Johnson W. G., salesman, r. 1557 Mission 
Jones Brothers k Co. (Jones Brothers, Boston and 

Chicago, and John D. Allen) wholesale granite 

and marble, SE cor Brannan and 2d 
Joseph Anton, r. 124, 6th 
Kanitz Sigmund, importer and commission merchant, 

121 Post, room 28. r. 700 >6 Van Ness Av 
Kapitan Joseph, clerk Prescott House 
Kentucky Co. The, Louts E.Blumberg manager, 

104-106 Pine 



Kirby Charles K., manager 0. A. Wetmore Co., NW 

_ corLarkin and McAllister, r. 2115 California 
KitzinuUer Michael, carriage materials, 829 

Howard 
Knapp Edwin G., attorney at law, room 35 Mills 

Bldg, 6th floor, r. Oakland 
Knapp & Laws Co, (Hawthorne, Nev.) ofiace, room 35 

Mills Bldg, 6th floor 
Kyle H. Young-, manager Sunshine Beach, room 

27 Academy Science Bldg 
Lagan Bernard, dealer wood, coal, hay and grain 

2036 Howard 
Landler Louis, builder and real estate, rooms 

14-15 Mills Building, 2d floor, r. 1719 Pacific Av 
Lawrence John, general supt Sunset Tel. and Tel 

Co., oflice Telephone Bldg, 216 Bush 
Levy & AugenblicU (Edward Levy and Marcu6 

Augenblick) wholesale and retail liquor dealers, 

219 Grant At 
Lewis Harris, office 104-106 Pine, r. 1420 Sutter 
Lippman Felix B., mnfr's agent, 90 Chronicle Bldg 
Lohengrin The, George Sokolofif proprietor, 737 

Market 
Love Rufus H. (Love's Conservatory of Dancing) 

507 Sutter 
Love's Conservatory of Dancing (Henry R. 

Morris and Rufus H. Love) 507 Sutter 
Luce George J., dentist, 916 Market, r. 1013 Scott 
Malcolm Thomas E. (Campodonico & Malcolm) r. 22 

Hawthorne 
Marin Electric Company The, Arthur Cornwall presi- 
dent, Alfred S. Moore vice-president, H. M. Shaw- 
secretary, works Marin Co., office 47 Merchants 

Exchange 
McCarthy Joseph C. (Diamond & McCarthy) r. 1711 

Mason 
McLaughlin Joseph (McLaughlin & Co.) r. 260 Minna 
McMurtrie J. A. (George Stone & Co.) contractors,, 

608 California, r. Denver, Col. 
Mercantile Toilet Co. (Charles Caro and Edward 

R. Galland) 124 Pine 
Meyer Charles A., clerk A. Vignier, r. Oakland 
Miles Edward R., proprietor Palo Alto Stables, 

320 O'Farrell, r. Alameda 

MIMBEAU HOTEL THE, 

Mnie. Marie Borel-Snyders proprietor, 
SE cor Ellis and Leaven^vorth 

Mooser Louis H., r. 1527 3<j Clay 

Morris Henry R. (Love's Conservatory of Danc- 
ing) 507 Sutter J 
Morris Henry R. and Rufus H. Love, pro- 
prietors Love's Conservatory of Dancing, 507 

Sutter 
Muir William (Muir & Rowlands) r. 1722 Folsom 
Muir & Ro-ivlands (William Muir and Thomas 

Rowlands) proprietors Marine Iron Works, 1015 

Battery 
Myers John F. & Co. (John F. Myers) ranges, 

gas stoves, etc., 947 Market 
Norcross & Co. (Daniel Norcross and William O. Mac 

dougall) military goods, regalias and flags, 228 

Post 
O'Brien Edward, cellarman, r. 1030 Clay 
Pacific Coast Posting and Advertising Company„ 

Thomas M. Sterling manager, 506 Commercial 
Pacific Coast Ruhher Stump W^orlts (H. H. 

Bishop andF. D. Griffin) 344 Kearny 
Pacific Roll Paper Co. , T. J. Corwin president^ 

515 Market 
Pacific Self Helper Co., O. B. Vincent manager^^ 

821 14 Howard 
Page, Eells & Wheeler(Charles Page, Charles P. Eells 

and Harold Wheeler) attorneys at law, Mutual 

Life Bldg, jeth floor 
Panama Railroad Co., E. H. Hinton agent, 214 Pine„. 

room 46 
Parker Charles M., 331 Montgomery, room 77 
Patrldge Sam C, 121 Post, room 50 
Patton William, architect, room 75 Chronicle Bldg^ 

r. Alameda 
Perry C. O. , manager and cashier Columbian 

Banking Co., 236-238 Bush, r. 910 Pine 
Peterson Clark, accountant, room 40 Mills Bldg, 5tb 

floor, r. Oakland 
Pettis W. H. , manager American Investment 

Union, 216 Sansome, r. Oakland 
Pistolesi Frank V. (Pistolesift Duffleld) r. 1802 Pacific 
Pistolesl & Duffleld (Frank V. Pistolesi and Frank B. 

Duffleld) teas and coffees, 1336 Dupont 



WASHBURN & MOEN MFG. CO. 

8 and 10 FINE STREET. 



ELECTRICAL WIRES 



PHEIiAN BUILDING, 

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Polk Daniel, architect, room 1 Mills Bldg, 10th floor, 
r. 1015 Vallejo 

Polk Willis (Polk & Polk) r. 1015 Vallejo 

Polk Willis W. (Polk & Polk) r. 1015 Vallejo 

Polk & Polk (Willis W. and Willis) architects, room 
1 Mills Bldg, 10th floor 

Pomeroy & Pomeroy (Carter P. and John N.) attor- 
neys at law, Mutual Life Bldg 

Prevear Charles M. (The Prevear Elevator Attach- 
ment Co.) 80 Chronicle Bldg 

Prevear Elevator Attachment Co. The (Charles M. 
Prevear and Oscar S. Flint) room 80 Chronicle 
Bldg 

Prien John H. C, groceries and liquors, NE cor Spear 
and Hathaway's Wharf, r. 1253 California 

Richards Clayton F., manager Richards & Co.. 406-408 
Clay 

Kichards & Co., Clayton F. Richards manager, -whole- 
sale druggists, 406-408 Clay 

Richter Reinliold, proprietor The San Francisco, 
fine wines, liquors and cigars, 863 Market 

Robinson William, steering wheel inufr, 227 Spear, 
r. 235 Hayes 

Rooch. John W. , dental supplies, 910 Market and 
13 Ellis, r. 12 Waller 

Rowe Albert (Willcutt &Rowe) r. Oakland 

Rowlands Thomas (Muir & Rowlands) r. 820 Green 

Salomon. Sylvaiii, importer of French, Turkish 
and Japanese art goods, 218 Post 

San Francisco Gas Idgflit Co. 's Stove De- 
partment, 226 Post 

Sentinel of tne Golden Gate (monthly) Wm. M. Cu- 
bery, editor, 587 Mission 

Smith. Mike H. , proprietor Electric Liquor Saloon, 
842 Market, r. 3 Marye Terrace (418 Turk) 

SokoloSr George, proprietor The Lohengrin, 737 
Market 

Spalding Edward B. , D. D., rector St. John's 
Episcopal Church and Trinity School, r. 3300 
Washington cor Central Av 



Spencer B., mngr Spencer Collection Co., room 40, 
Mills Bldg, 8th floor, r. Golden West Hotel 

Spencer Collection Co., B. Spencer mngr, room 40, 
Mills Bldg, 8th floor 

Sprague R. H. , manager Western Sugar Refining 
Co;, Potrero, r. Pacific-Union Club 

Stanley Berne A., compositor, r. 133 Waller 

Stanley David T., editor The Harbinger, r. 133 Waller 

Stanley E. Claude, foreman The Harbinger, r. 133 
Waller 

Stanley Emma L. Miss, stenographer The Harbinger, 
r. 133 Waller 

Stanley H. Dale, manager The Harbinger, 1170 Mar- 
ket, r. 133 Waller 

Stanley Vida M. Miss, clerk The Harbinger, r. 133 
Waller 

Taylor Charles G. , bicycles and bicycle sun- 
dries, 410 Sutter, r. 713 Hyde 

Thompson Wesley M. (Chace, Thompson & Cook) r. 
204 Ellis 

Thorn Charles Jr., commission merchant, 203 Front, 
r. Alameda 

Todd William & Co., stock and share brokers, 
secretaries of public companies, co-operative 
companies established principal office Crocker 
Bldg 

Towle George W. Jr., attorney at law, Mutual Life 
Bldg, 5th floor 

Trinity School, Rev, B. B. Spalding rector, 3300 
Washington cor Central Av 

United States Mutual Accident Association of New 
York, E. B. Whitney general agent, 321 Mont- 
gomery 

Wheeler Harold (Page, Eells & Wheeler) attorney at 
law. Mutual Life Bldg, 6th floor 

Whitney Edgar B,, general agent United States Mutual 
Accident Association of New York, office 321 Mont- 
gomery 



OAKLAND AND ALAMEDA 



BUSIlSrESS. 



Banks. 

CENTRA!, BANK, NE cor Fourteenth and Broad- 
I way, Oakland, Cal. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NE cor Tenth and 

Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 
OAKLAND BANK OP SAVINGS THE, NE 

cor Twelfth and Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 
UNION NATIONAL BANK, NW cor Broadway 

and Twelfth, Oakland, Cal. 



Drnggiats. 

FLINT GEORGE B., 1171 Broadway, Oakland, 

Cal. 
OSGOOD BROS., 852 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 



Insurance Companies. 

JHEMSr ZEALAND INSURANCE CO., A. Q. 

Davis manager, Alameda and. Contra Costa Coun- 
ties branch, 902 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 
OAKLAND HOME INSURANCE CO., NW 

cor Ninth and Washington, Oakland, Cal. 



Marble Works. 



AMADOR MARBLE CO. 

Cemetery, Oakland, Cal. 



at Mountain View 



Real Estate Agents. 

BREED A. H. Si CO., 460 Ninth. Oakland, Cal. 

CLOUGH & BAKER, 1002 Broadway, Oakland, 
Cal. 

DINGEE WILLIAM J., 460-462 Eighth, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

HERON E. A., NE cor Eleventh and Broadway, 
Oakland, Cal. 

LEONARD JOSEPH A. CO., 1364 Park, Ala- 
meda. Cal. 

MOREAL H. P. & CO., 1428-1432 Park, Ala- 
meda, Cal. 

W^OODW^ARD E, W. & CO., 902 Broadway, 
Oakland, Cal. 



Schools-Private. 

AYDELOTTE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

Y. M. C. A. Bldg, Oakland, Cal. 

CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF THE SAC- 
RED HEART, 1534 Webster, Oakland, Cal. 

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, Broadway nr Webster 
Av, Oakland, Cal. 



Undertakers i 

BROWN ALBERT, 466-468 Thirteenth, Oakland, 
Cal. 



STARBIRD & GOLDSTONE 



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Dealers. Redwood Lumber for I II I 
Eastern Shipment a. Specialty* ^^■*- 



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A A Honse, John F. Bolts proprietor, 308 Kearny 
ABC Guide (monthly) Traffic Publishing Co. 

publishers and proprietors, 429 Montgomery 
Aabel George, machinist, r. 213, loth 
Aabel John T., machinist, r. 213, 15th 
Aabel Martin A., carpenter, r. 213, 15th 
Aabel Theodore, electrician, r. 213, 15th 
Aagaard Hakou J., painter, r. 510 Howard 
Aagaard Louis, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Aaron Aaron (Aaron Bros.) r. 1717 Geary 
Aaron Brothers (Aaron and Simon) ladies' under- 
wear, 1036 Market 
Aaron David, paper patterns, 137, Gth, r. 626 Golden 

Gate Av 
Aaron David Mrs., dressmaking. 137, 6th, r. 626 

Golden Gate Av 
Aaron Emil, cigarmaker, r. 1122b Turk '> 

Aaron Ernest, bookkeeper M. Scheyer & Bro., r. Oak- 
land 
Aaron Harry S., salesman A Newfield & Co., r. 626 

Golden Gate Av 
Aaron Joseph, barber, 402 Brannan, r. 27 Laussat 
Aaron Margaret, widow, r. 805 J^ Leavenworth 
Aaron Moses, merchant, r. 1717 Geary 
Aaron Samuel, clerk, r. 503 OTarrell 
Aaron Simon (Aaron Bros.) r. 927 Sutter 
Aaron Theresa, widow, r. 503 O'Farrell 
Aaron Victor, clerk Son Bros. & Co,, r. 626 Golden 

Gate Av 
B^" Aaron. See Aron 
Aaronson Louis, peddler, r. 615 Fulton 
B^Aaronson. See Aronsohn and Aronson 
Abadie Ernest A., clerk Em. Meyer & Co., r. 1812J5 

Hyde 
Abadie Eugene C, salesman Cal. Wine Growers' 

Union, r. 321 Eddy 
Abadie Jean, butcher, r. NW cor 5th Av and M, South 

S. F. 
Abadie William, farmer, r. 1812 J^ Hyde 
Abarctt Encarnacion, laborer, r. 525 Vallejo, rear 
Abban William J., gripman, r. 33 Powell Av 
Abbes Franz H.. paints and oils, 1753 Polk, r. 1906 
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Abbey Edgar W., cashier, Harring-Hall Marvin Oc, 

r. Oakland 
Abbey Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 439 Fell 
Abbiati Caesar, musician, r. 704 Larkin 
Abbot George, proprietor San Francisco Wool 

Exchange, NW cor Fifth andTownsend, r. Paoifio 

Union Club 
Abbot S. Leonard, secretary Security Savings Banb, 

Mills Bldg, r. 2411 Pierce 
Abbotsford House, M. J. Mertens proptr, NW cor 

Larkin and Broadway 
Abbotsford The, Lauriston & Boss proprietors, 

22-26 Eddy 
Abbott A., supt lone Stone Co., 314 Montgomery, 

room 11 
Abbott Allan H., asst ticket agent S. P. Co., r. 2117 

Bush 
Abbott Belle Miss, asst cashier Smith's Cash Store, 

r. Alameda 
Abbott Charles H., woolbroker, NW cor Fifth 

and Bluxome, r. Pacific Union Club 
Abbott Charles W., teamster, r. 736 Willow Av 
Abbott Charles W., waiter, r. 626 Green 
Abbott Frank H. (D. S. Stanley & Co.) r. 129 Vicks- 

burg 
Abbott George, traveling passenger agent S. P. Co., 
' r. 1026 Washington 
Abbott George H., teamster, r. 405 Grove 
Abbott George W., clerk Clothing Dept U. S. A., r. 

221 Capp 
Abbott J. Mrs., widow, r. 3000)^ Laguna 
Abbott James M. , manager The Plimpton Man- 
ufacturing Co., 304 Montgomery, r. 2200 Fillmore 
Abbott John M., decorator, r. 405 Grove 
Abbott J. W., r. 308 O'Farrell 
Abbott Leander F., hatter, r. 53 Park Av 
Abbott Mark L., salesman Crane, Hastings & Co., r. 

114 McAllister 
Abbott Mark L., soliciior, r. 109, 5th 
Abbott Mark L. Mrs., lodgings, 109. 5th 
Abbott Nancy Mrs., r. 1001 Washington 
Abbott Quicksilver Mining Co. (Lake Co., Cal.) John 

W. Pew secretary, 310 Pine, rooms 15-17 
Abbott Ralph H., clerk local freight office S. P. Co., 

r.l307 Vallejo 
Abbott|Samuel C, r. 2200 Fillmore 
Abbott Samuel S., carpenter. 1625 Mission 



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FOR HAND, WIND-MII.L1 AND POWDER. 

ALL SIZES. 
309, 811, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 



Abbott S. E. MrB., r 1706 Baker 

Abbott Thomas (Abbott & Price) and liquors, 330 Pa- 
cific, r. 317 Lombard 

Abbott William, cashier John D. Hammond, r. 311 
Huigbt 

Abbott William, cashier Methodist Book De- 
Ijository, r. 311 Haight 

Abb- tt William, carpenter, 529 Valencia 

Abbott William, eeaman, r. 54 Sacramento 

Abbott William Jr, clerk, r. 1001 Washington 

Abbott William J., miner, r. 306 O'Farrell 

Abbott William M., law clerk Cross & Hall, r. 311 
Uaight 

Abbott & Price (Thomas Abbott and Charles Price) 
liquors, 625 Sansome 

8^~Abbott. See Abbot 

Abdulla Feris, peddler, r. 233 Green 

Abel Carl, baker, r. 625 Clay 

Abel George A., grain inspector, 42 Merchants Ex- 
change, r. 722 Broderick 

Abel H. C, bassockmaker, r. 532 Grove 

Abel Herman A., stonecutter, r 266 Minot, B. H. 

Abel John J., bricklayer, r. 363 Jessie 

Abel M. Miss, r. Hotel Richelieu 

Abel Margaret T., widow, r. 39 Willow Av 

Akel Paul, pressman Goodman-Levison Co., r. 35 
Madison Av 

Aliel Samuel, cutter, r. 3313^ Eddy 

B^"Abel. SeeAabel 

Abelee Frederick, laborer, r. 160 Perry 

Abell Frank G. (Abell & Priest) r. 2136 Howard 

Abell George L., photographic printer, r. 2136 How- 
ard 

Abell Irving I., clerk, r. 5 Delaware Court 

Abell Kate, widow, r. 5 Delaware Court 

Abell Therrsa, widow, r. 1535 Sacramento. 

Abell <!t Priest (Frank G. Abell and Charles F. 
Priest) photographers, History Bldg., 723 Market 

Abels Henry L., plumber, r. 327 Capp 

Abels Herman, cabinetmaker, r. 327 Capp 

Abels Peter, teamster, r. 327 Capp 

Abend Post Co. (German daily and weekly) Abend 
Post Co. proptrs, 535 California 

Abend Post Co., Charles Samuels, president, 
Leon Samuels, secretary, publishers San Fran- 
cisco Abend Po^t (German daily and weekly) 535 
CHlifnriiia 

Abenheim Berthold, clerk Schweitzer & Co., r. 1527 
Clay 

Abenheim Leopold, teacher, r. 1.527 Clay 

Aber William E. (Burmeister & Co.) r. 832 J4 Harrison 

Aberheimer Julius, clerk, r. 317 Bush 

Abernethy B. Mrs. widow, r. 13« Haiaht 

Able Frederick, coffee saloon, CO, 2d" 

Abley Alfred, r. 507 Baker 

Abraham Abraham bookkeeper D. Block & Co., r. 
2-lU Fillmore 

Abraham Abraham, clothing, 4(0 Pacific 

Abraham Bernbard H., malster Empire Malt House, 
r. T24 Lombard 

Abraham Carl, tailor, r. 109}<2 Austin 

Abraham Charles, seedsman and florist, Greenwich 
bet. Friinklin and Gough 

Abraham Christian B. (H. Stelling & Co.) r. 8th and 
Point Lobes Avs 

Abraham David, salesman M. A. Steeu, r. 1130 McAl- 
lister 

Abraham Eugene, gardener Sutro Heights, r. 323, 49th 
Av, Ocean Beach 

Abraham Frederick, laborer, r. 319 Clementina 

Abraham Gabriel (Kosenblum & Abraham) r. 1146 
Turk 

Abraham Henry, clerk Sachs Bros & Co., r. 1408 
Fulton 

Abraham Hynian, salesman, r. 701 Larkin 

Abraham Isadore. barbf r, r. 673 McAllister 

Abraham Isadore, tailor, r. .527 Natoma 



Abraham J. Mrs., widow, r. 1130 McAllister 
Abraham Joseph, second hand clothing, 254, 3d, r. 

762 >ii Folsom 
Abraham Joseph, superintendent Sutro Heights, r. 

323 49th Av, Ocean Beach 
Abraham Louis J., salesman, r. 1130 McAllister 
Abraham Mary Miss, r. 32:'. 49th Av, Ocean Beach 
Aljrabam Maurice, cutter, r. 1146 Turk 
Abraham Max, caterer, 426 Geary, r. cor Broderick 

and Turk 
Abraham Max, tailor, 320 Montgomery Av, r. 1308 

Jackson 
Abraham Meyer, tailor, 36 Grove 
Abraham Nathan, salesman M. Heller & Son*, r. 

1834 Bush 
Abraham Philip, insurance broker, 301 California, r. 

2414 Fillmore 
Abraham Samuel, salesman Buyer & Reich, r. 1130 

INIcAllister 
Abraham Samuel, salesman Sachs Bros. & Co., r. 1408 

Fulton 
Abraham Zick, clerk, r. 310 Stockton 
US'" Abraham. See Abrahams, Abram and Abrams 
Abrahams A., r. 542 !-4 Natoma 

Abrahams Abe, salesman Louis Abrahams, r. 520 Turk 
Abrahams Edward, r, 1222 Alabama 
Abrahams Heyman, r. 1820 Powell 
Abrahams Hyman, r. 2403 J^ California 
Abrahams Jacob, tailor, r. 323 Bush 
Abrahams Joseph, salesman Louis Abrahams, r. 605 

McAllister 
Abrahams Lesser, hatter, 1023 Pacific, r. 1027 Pacific 
Abrahams Louis, capitalist, r. 447 McAllistpr 
Abrahams Louis, clothing, 4 Clay, r. 605 McAllister 
Abrahams Max, salesman A. Eisenberg 
Abrahams Meyer, clerk Louis Abrahams, r. 605 Mc- 
Allister 
Abrahams Moses, salesman Graf Bros., r. 605 McAl- 
lister 
Abrahams Pauline Mrs., r. 1408 Fulton 
Abrahams Simon M., gripman, r. 19 5^ Rausch 
Abrahams Solomon, seaman, r. 311 Main 
BS^Abrahams. See Abraham, Abram and Abrams 
Abrahamsen Denna Mrs., proptr Whitman House, 

106 J<S, 3d 
Abrahamsen Ludwig. porter, r. 106 J^, 3d 
Abrahamsen Nils, r. 106}^ 3d 
Abrahamsen Abraham, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Abrahamson Antone E., engineer, r. 30 J^ Stanly PI 
Abrahamson Benjamin P., manager Abrahamson 

Ventilating Co., 12 Bush. r. 1022 Hyde 
AlTrahamson Erick, seaman, r. 211 Steuart 
Abrahamson Frank, fireman, r. 17 Stanly PI 
Abrahamson Josephine, widow, r. 24, 13th 
Abrahamson Moses P., bookkeeper Eureka Venti- 
lating Co.. r. 1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Peter, porter Morgan & Chick 
Abraliainson Peter, proi rietor and inventor 
Abrahamson's System of Perfect Ventilation, 12 
Bush, r. 1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Samuels, plumber, r. 517}^ Vallejo 
Abrabanison's System of Perfect Ventila- 
tion, P. Abrahamson proprietor, 12 Bush 
Abram John, shipbuilder, r. C63 Howard 
Abram Martin, peddler, r. 852 Mission 
Abram Robert, carpenter, r. 38 Linden Av 
Abramovich Brothers (John and Drago) fruits and 

vegetables, 1654 Polk 
Abramovich Drago ( Aliramovich Bros.) r. 1654 Polk 
Abramo?ich John (Abramovich Bros.) r. 1654 Polk 
Abrams Abraham, iieddler, r. 709 Vallejo 
Abrams Albert, physician, office 435 Geary, 
hours 1 to 3 p. M., Sundays 10 to 11, a. m., r. 2426 
Fillmore, lelephone 4306 
Abrams Amelia, widow, r. 1013 Polk 
Abrams Augustus D., salesman Nordman Bros., r. 
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Abrams Donald E., switchman, r, 9 Hickory Av 

Abrams Edgar, r. 2202 Jackson 

Abrams George, messenger, r. 709 Vallejo 

Abrams George, student, r. 2202 Jackson 

Abrams Gustav, clerk, r. 1910 Bush 

Abrams H. & Co. (Herman Abrams) cigars and to- 
bacco, 146, 4th 

Abrams Harry, printer, r. 522 Stevenson 

Abrams Henry M. (M. L. Levy & Co) r. 1910 Bush 

Abrams Herman (H. Abrams & Co.) r. 617}^ McAl- 
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Abrams Hyman, barber, r. 25^, 6th 

Abrams Isaac, clothing, 540 Kearny, r. 1624 Sutter 

Abrams Isaac, collector, r. 709 Vallejo 

Abrams Isaac, salesman A. & T. Weil & Co., r. 591 
Ellis 

Abrams Jacob, r. 510?i Natoma 

Abrams Jacob, teamster, r 119 Jones 

Abrams Joseph, tailor, r. 427 Natoma 

Abrams Joseph D., salesman A. Andrews, r. 1910 Bush 

Abrams Julius, salesman Roth, Blum & Co., r. 34 Fair 
Oats 

Abrams Keve, peddler, r. 13 Norfolk 

Abrams Lewis, bookkeeper Isaac Abrams, r. 1624 
Sutter 

Abrams Lippman, tailor, r. 709 Vallejo 

Abrams Louis, helper, r. 234 Grove 

Abrams Louisa, widow, r. 2202 Jackson 

Abrams Marcus, r. 356 J^ Clementina 

Abrams Marks, barber, r. 513^ Langton 

Abrams Max, salesman Rosenthal Bros. & Co., r. 234 
Grove 

Abrams Morris, junkdealer, r. 166 Silver 

Abrams Nathan, boots and shoes, 534 Kearny, r. 1811 
Baker 

Abrams Robert W., r. 716 O'Farrell 

Abrams Samuel, butcher, r. 529, 4th 

Abrams Samuel, salesman Arthur Cohnreich, r. 356 
Clementina 

Abrams Thomas, printer, r. 625 Bush 

Abrams William, teamster, r. 234 Grove 

8^" Abrams. See Abraham, Abrahams and Abram 

Abramsky S. D. Mrs., r. 312 Eddy 

ABRAISON,BAC0H& HEDNISCH 

(Edward Abramsoii, Gaston E. Bacon 
and Adam Henniscli) bottlers', liquoi- 
dealers' and drugsrists' supplies and 
corks, ilG-28 Alain, European address, 
Alte Sclintzen Strasse 8-9, Berlin 

Abramson David, r. 1409 Octavia 

Abramton Edward (Abramson, Bacon & Heunisch) r. 
New York 

8^" Abramson. See Abrahamson 

Abrate Caroline, dressmaker, r. 716 Montgomery Av 

Abrate Luigi, machinift, r. 716 Montgomery Av 

Abrego George, barber, 1136 Union, r. 2011 Hyde 

Abrego Ysmael M., salesman Huntington, Hopkins & 
Co., r. Oakland 

Abrott William, blacksmith, r. N s 11th Av, bet N 
and P 

Abt Charles, collector Post OfB.ce, r. Alameda 

Abt Moritz, groceries. 823 Vallejo, r. 833 Vallejo 

Academy Building, 330 Pine 

Academy Hall, 927 Mission 

Academy of lia.ngna.ges. Prof. T. B. De Filippe, 
proprietor, 320 Post 

Academy of Sciences, 819 Market 

Academy uf the Immaculate Conception, under the 
direction of the Sisters of St. Dominic, 1212-1218 
Guerrero 

Academy Sacred Heart, conducted by the 
Ladies of the Sacred Heart, Mme. O'Meara Supe- 
rior, SW cor Franklin and Ellis 

Acapoleo Pi; tro, bootblack, r. 7 Gaven PI 

Aced Enrique A., salesman J. Tauzy A Co., r. Oakland 

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Aceves Alexander, shoemaker, r. 21 Sherwood PI 

Ach Henry (Rothchild & Ach) attorney at law, 303 

California, rooms 5-8, r, 2419 Webster 
Ach Julius, commission merchant 303 California, 

room 19, r. 2013 Bush 
Achard J. & M. (Julia and Milton) proptrs Liberty 

House, 550 J^a Mission 
Achard Julia (J. & M. Achard) r. 5503^ Mission 
Achard Milton (J. & M. Achard) r. 550J^ Mission 
Ache H. C, salesman Raphael Weill & Co,, r. 37 Post 
Ache Patrick, laborer, r. 807 York 
Acheson Alexander W., bookkeeper The Olympic 

Club, r. 1202 Church 
Acheson Bernard, car repairer, r. 1553 J^ Market 
Acheson Robert, hop merchant, 150 Battery, r. 1103 

Montgomery 
i^"Acheson. See Ackerson, Atchison, Aichinson and 

Atkinson 
Achille Devoto, scavenger, r. 14 Union PI 
Achilles Thomas F., shipwright, r 145 Hancock 
Ackenheim Mitchell, conductor, r. 1023}^ Sutter 
Acker Frank V., brass molder, r. 825 Post 
Acker Frank V., carpenter, 1327 Bush, r. 2417 Bu- 
chanan 
Acker Franz, tailor, 307 Leavenworth 
Acker Frederick A., boilermaker, r. 1517 Vallejo 
Acker George, laborer, r. 1517 Vallejo 
Acker Nicholas A., patent attorney, 137 Mont- 
gomery, room 7. r. Frultvale, Alameda Co. 
Acker Valentine, r. 825 Post 
Acker William H., sailmaker, r. 12 Merchant 
6^ Acker. See Aker 

Ackergreen Andrew, watchman, r. 845 Mission 
Ackerly John, paver, r. 8 Gough 
Ackerman Andrew M. , steam fitter, r. 333, 6th 
Ackerman Charles A., carpenter, r. 6.50b Jessie 
Ackerman Charles L. (Naphtaly, Freidenrich & 
Ackerman) attorney at law, 426 California, r. 423 
Eddy 
Ackerman David, butcher, r. 6 Golden PI 
Ackerman Edward (Ackerman & Kohn) r. 1316 Sutter 
Ackerman Emanuel P., traveling salesman D. N. & E. 

Walter & Co., r. 1514 California 
Ackerman Fannie, widow, r. 134 Clara 
Ackerman George, painter, r. 338 Clementina 
Ackerman Gottlieb C, bntcher, r. 218, 11th 
Ackerman Gottlieb C. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 218, 11th 
Ackerman Henry L,. , superintendent San Fran- 
Cisco District Telegraph Co., 206 Kearny, room 8, 
r. 1026 Ellis 
Ackerman Herman, master mariner, office 34 Steuart, 

r. 2738Folsom 
Ackerman Hyman, r. 927 Sutter 
Ackerman Isidore H., r. 1423 Sutter 
Ackerman Isidore S. , assistant manager Anglo- 
American Crockery and Glassware Co., r. 2419 
Washington 
Ackerman Joseph B., clerk Denver House 
Ackerman Kate Mrs., r. 921 Pacific 
Ackerman Blary V. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1332 Howard 
Ackerman Robert, seaman r. 9 Madison Av 
Ackerman Samuel J., salesman D. N. & E. Walter & 

Co., r. 1514 California 
Ackerman Samuel S., solicitor H. M. Newhall & Co., 

r. 2119 Washington 
Ackerman Sigmund L. (L. Greenbaum & Co.) r. 1601 

Scott . 
Ackerman Ulrich, chemist and assayer State Assay 

Office, r. Alameda 
Ackerman William, miner, r. 409 Sutter 
Ackerman & Kohn (Edward Ackerman and Phillip 

Kohn; carpets, 807 Market 
B^"Aokerman. See Akerman 
Ackermann Claus, flour packer J, Martenstein & Co., 

r. 725J<; O'Farrell 
Ackerson August, carpenter, r. 16423^ Mission 



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Ackcrsou Emms, widow, r. 298 Greeu. 

Ackergon George E., wines und liquors, SW cor 

Howard and Third, and chief oiitslde deputy 

Superintendent Streets, r. 328 Kearny 
Ackergon H. C, bottle washer, r. 1515 California 
Ackersou William W., superintendent Public 

Streets, Highways and Squares, New City Hall, 

basement, r. 205 Third 
•^Ackerson. See Acheson, AtchiBon, Atchinson and 

Atkinson 
Ackley Edward, collector, 819 Market, room 50, r. 1023 

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Ackley Henry S., master mariner, r. 1412 Hyde 
Ackley John B., laborer, r. 8 Gough 
Ackiey M. S., master stmr State of California, r. 1412 

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Acklin A. E., r. 781 Haight 
Acme Art Co., G. H. Everitt proptr, 20 Ellis 
Acme Building and Loan Assn, A. Calmaun secretary, 

416 Battery 
Acme EngravinsCo., wood, wax and photo engrayers 

and electrotypers, 527 Commercial 
Acme Filter Co., Louis D. Kadgesky secretary, 1386 

Market 
Acme House, Edward Rolkin proptr, 957-961 Market 
Acme raibber Co., A. Besant manager, 235 Kearny 
Acock Annie, widow, teacher elocution, 804 Geary 
Acosta B., r, 1427 Sacramento 
Acosta Eutimio, capitalist, r. 1427 Sacramento 
Acosta Lescadia 0,. r. 1427 Sacramento 
Acres Ei hard T. (Acres & Williams) r. 817 Montgom- 
ery Av 

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bookliinders, blaukbook manufactur- 
ers, paper rulers, and printers, 41!$ 
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Acton Henry, druggist, r. 529 Mission 

Acton Jesse, painter D. McRae 

Acton John B., liquors, 325 Sansome, r. 1301 Mason 

Acton John L., stock cutter, r. 9.53 J^ Howard 

Acton Joseph, laborer, r. 601 Dolores 

Acton Morton J., laborer Custom House, r. Berkeley 

Acton Richard, harness and saddlery, 2803 Mission, r. 

794, 24th 
Acton Robert, foreman P. F. Nolan & Co., r. 840 Ji 15th 
Acty Herman, bricklayer, r. 26 Turk 
Acuna John, longshoreman, r. 7a August Alley 
Adair Albert, clerk G. W. Goodwin, r. 2511 Bush 
Adair Robert, machinist, r. 916 Pacific 
Adair William H., druggist G. G. Burnett, r. 1331 

Pine 
Adam E. merchant, r. 417 Mason 
Adam Edward, liquors NW cor 24th and Folsom 
Adam Frank, clerk, r. 54 Oak 
Adam Frank, clerk, r. 1208 Clay 
Adam George, physician and surgeon, 30 Phelan 

Bldg, hours 12 m. to 1:30 and 7 to 8 p. M., r. 1236 

Union 
Adam H., r 417 Mason 
Adam Herman, clerk, r. 708 Lomba.-d 
Adam John, policeman, r. 13 Tehama 
Adam L. Douglass, editor, r. 835 Bush 
Adam Robert, baker, r. 1101 Harrison 
Adam Tliomas Mrs., widow, r. 814 Mayes 
Adami Christopher, liquors, 637 Broadway, r. 825 

Vallejo 
Adami Conrad, shoemaker, r. 825 Vallejo 
Adami Giuseppe, caster, r. 5U8 Valif jo 
Adami John, blacksmith, r. 2228 Union 
Adami John, cooper, r. 825 Vallejo 
Adami John, exjiressman. r. 113 Trenton 
Adami Philip, sugar refiner, r. W s 5th Av, bet I and 

J, South a. F. 



B£^ Adami. See Adamy 
Adamich John, cook, r. 118 Drumm 
Adams Adolph, dairy produce and general merchan- 
dise, 1415-1417 Stockton, r. 617 Greenwich 
Adams Albert, clerk, r. 429 Franklin 
Adams Albert, shoe cutter Jones & Glanville, r. Oak- 
land 
Adams Albert, tailor, r. 420 Broadway 
Adams Albert F., horseshoer, 2309 Mission, r. 1915 

Stevenson 
Adams Albert F., revenue adjuster, 423 Washington, 

r. Alami;da 
Adams Alexander P. (A. P. Adams & Co.) r. Fresno 
Adams Alfred J., conductor, r. 1809 Jones 
Adams Alonzo, baker, r. 1609 Powell 
Adams Amos C. (Adams & Adams) r. 2401 Webster 
Adams Andrew C, rancher, r. 2703 3^ Folsom 
Adams A. P & Co. (Alexander P. Adams) coffee roast- 
ers, 49 Fremont 
Adams Arthur, cigarmaker, r. 311, 10th 
Adams Arthur L., clerk Post Office, r. 1800 Dupont 
Adams Benjamin bootblack, SE cor Powell and Ellis, 

r. 12 Ellis 
Adams Benjamin, foreman sole leather room Nolan 

Bros., r 2207 Mission 
Adams C. Miss, porcelain artist, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams C. F. Co. TUe, James Price manager, 

dealers household goods, 156, 5th 
Adams C. Frank, bookkeeper SW cor Pennsylvania 

Av and Solano 
Adams Charles, laborer, r. W s Pennsylvania Av, nr 

Mariposa 
Adams Charles, machinist, r. 1511 Powell 
Adams Charles, tailor. 1384 Market, r. 1217}<S Hayes 
Adams Charles A. (Adams & Adams) r. 2531 Pine 
Adams Charles B. , builder, real estate and 

money broker, 322 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Adams Charles D., laborer, r. 12th Av, bet L and M, 

South S. F. 
Adams Charles E., carpenter, r. 1606 Steiner 
Adams Charles F., cashier Butler & Haldan, r. Cos- 
mos Club 
Adams Charles M., conductor, r. 326 Devisadero 
Adams Charles W., carpenter, r. 7 Uranus 
Adams Charles W., deputy commissioner State Bureau 
of Labor Statistics, 220 Sutter, room 16, r. Oak- 
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Adams Charles W., salesman Co-Oneratlve Merchant 

Tailoring Co., r. 42 Turk 
Adams Christopher (Adams & Bemmerer) r. 1010 

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Adams Conrad, shoemaker, 1120 Taylor, r. 825 Vallejo 
Adams Cyrus, salesman M. P. Kohlberg & Co., r. 323, 

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Adams Daniel, r. 407 O'Farrell 
Adams Daniel, clerk, r. 532, 4th 
Adams Daniel S., shoefinisher P. F. Nolan i Co., r. 

Berkeley 
Adams Daniel T., cooper, r. 14 McLea Court 
Adams Daniel W., shoemaker, r. 10-0 J<i Howard 
Adams Edson F., administrator estate of Edson 

Adams, 410 Montgomery, room 6, r. Oakland 
Adams Edward, painter, r. 331 Green 
Adams Ed%vard M., manager Langley's San 
Francisco Directory, oflice 518 Clay, r. Tne Berk- 
shire 
Adams Edward W., salesman T. H. B. Varney 
Adams Edwin E., glovecutter F. G. Conklin & Co., r. 

Alameda 
Adams Edwin F., conductor, r. 326 Devisadero 
Adams Edwin W., salesman, r. 1853 >4 Stevenson 
Adams Emerson, butcher, 2773, 16th, r. 19U7 Harrison 
Adams Emil, confectionery, 394, 6th 
Adams Emil, painter, r. 447 Natoma, rear 
Adams Ernest, jockey, r. 312 Jessie 
Adams Ernest H., mnfrs agent, r. 2237 Jackson 
Adams Forest E., r. 1812 Steiner 
Adams Frank, laborer, r. 7 Kohler PI 

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Adams Frank, watchman, r. SE cor Turk and Steiner 
Adams Frank 0., carpenter, r. 532 Stevenson 
Adams Frank E., conductor, r. 445, 3d 
Adams Frank E., manager Signal Express and Trans- 
fer Co., r. 109 CoUiugwood 
Adams Frank P., conductor, r. 1911 McAllister 
Adams Franklin T., carpenter, r. 25 Elgin Park 
Adams Frederick, attorney at law, 533 Kearny, room 

8, r. Oakland 
Adams Frederick, wrapper, r. 1110 Broadway 
Adams G., lieutenant TJ. S. A. and quartermaster 5th 

artillery, r. Presidio 
Adams George, boxmaker, r. 2107 Mission 
Adams George, carpenter, r. 532 Stevenson 
Adams George, clerk L. Altschul, r. 1827 Polk 
Adams George, expressman, r. 2312 Jones 
Adams George, peddler r. 217 Minna 
Adams George E., butcher, r. 1907 Harrison 
Adams George M., cutter coiner's dept U. S. Mint, r. 

1429 Fulton 
Adams George P., clerk Albert F. Adams, r. 1304 

Sanchez 
Adams George W., lumber surveyor. 9 Mission, r. 707 

Stockton 
Adams Grove, storekeeper U. S. Internal Revenue, r. 

San Rafael 
Adams Hannah W., widow, r. SW cor Pennsylvania 

Av and Solano 
Adams Hurry, bartender, r. 19 Commercial 
Adams Harry B,, clerk, r. 323, 1st 
Adams Harry W. traveling freight agent Texas Pa- 
cific Ry. Co., 132 California, r. 913 Fillmore 
Adams Harvey L., carpenter, r. 324 Shotwell 
Adams Henry, shoemaker U. W. Boot and Shoe Co. 
Adams Henry H., attorney at law, 401 California, 

room 9, r. 603 Polk 
Adams Henry H., with Phelps & Miller, r. Oakland 
Adams Henry W., salesman, r. 913 Fillmore 
Adams Herbert "W., mnf g jeweler, 9 Geary 
Adams H. H.. secretary The Wasp Publishing Co., 

Nucleus Bldg 
Adams Hiram W. (Wanzer & Adams) r. 324 Shotwell 
Adams House. Henry Greaves proptr, 519 Sacramento 
Adams Howard L., stenographer Northwestern Mu- 
tual Life Ins. Co., r. 304 Baker 
Adams J., r. 23 Kearny 
Adams J., peddler, r. 217 Minna 
Adams J. & Co. (Jacob Adams and Jacob Rohrer) 

proptrs Broadway Brewery, 637 Broadway 
Adams J. A., r. 311, 10th 

Adams Jacob (J. Adams & Co.) r. 824 Lombard 
Adams James, r. 30 Washington av 
Adams James, brass molder, r. 820 Vallejo 
Adams James, cook, r. 547 Mission 
Adams James, seaman, r. 6 Union 
Adams James B., apothecary, r. 2939}^, 16th 
Adams James C, attoroey at law, 206 Sansome, 

rooms 9-10, r. Oakland 
Adams James H., collector, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams James S.. printer, r. 2509 Fillmore 
Adams J. Arthur, cigarmaker, r. 311, 10th 
Adams Jeiinettie Mrs., varieties, 2703 J^ Folsom 
Adams Joel, laborer, r. 831 Bryant 
Adams John, hack driver, r. 304 Minna 
Adams John, horseshoer, r. 1420 Powell 
Adams John, restaurant, 1443 Harrison 
Adams John, teamster, r. 4 Burcham PI 
Adams John, teamster, r. 219 10th 
Adams John C. barber. 874 Howard, r. 417 Clementina 
Adams -John C, gardener, r. 2623 Sutter 
Adams JohnE. (Brown & Adams) r. 2220 Jackson 
Adams John F., barber, r. 21Ritch 
Adams John F., clerk H. Levi & Co., r. 913 Fillmore 
Adams John G., r. 1511 Powell 
Adams John G., contractor, r. 407 Broderick 
Adams John P., clerli Golden Gate Lumber Co., r. 

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4, r. 1207, 19th 
Adams John Q., blacksmith, r. 1327 Harrison 
Adams John Q., coal and metal broker, 123 California, 

room 17, r. 913 Jones 
Adams John Q,. watchman, r. 603 Polk 
Adams John Q. Rev., pastor Westminster Presbyterian 

Church, r. 721 Hayes 
Adams John S., r. 1812 Steiner 
Adams John S., laborer, r. 2 Stanly Court 
Adams John S., policeman, r. 58 Pifroo 
Adams John W., cement finisher, r. 975 Harrison 
Adams Joseph, porter, r. 1222 Bush 
Adams Joseph F., stone cutter, r. 1010 Mission 
Adams Joseph W., .iailer County Jail, r 1105 Market 
Adams Josephine, widow, r. 2 Sheppard PI 
Adams J. w"., machinist, r. 1853 J^ Stevenson 
Adams Kate, teacher short hand, 109 Montgomery 
Adams Lawson S. (L. S. Adams & Co., Sacramento) 

405 Front, room 4, r. 825 Bush 
Adams Lawson S. Jr., with L. S. Adams & Co., r. 825 

BiiBh 
Adams Lemuel C, salesman, r. 822 Shotwell 
Adams Leon H., painter, r. 989 Howard 
Adams Leonard, shoemaker P. F. Nolan & Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Adams Lorenzo O. (Taylor, Adams & Pritchard) r. 

433, 27th 
Adams Louis J., bartender, r. 884 Illinois 
Adams L. S. & Co. (Sacramento) wholesale grocers, 

405 Front, room 4 
Adams Lucv F. Miss, teacher Henry Durant School, 

r.l910 Hyde 
Adams Mary, widow, r. 856 Brannan 
Adams Mary, widow, r. 913 Fillmore 
Adams Mary Mrs., liquors, 223 Jackson 
Adams M. E., r. 21 Park Road 
Adams Nelson J. (Adams & Hull) r. 1413 Fulton 
Adams OctavlanR., r. 324 Shotwell 
Adams Oliver, capitalist, r. 544 Natoma 
Adams Oscar B., porter W. F. Beck & Co. 
Adams Philip, laborer, r. 124, 5th Av, South S. F. 
Adams R. C, r. 317, 3d 
Adams Richard, storekeeper, r. 13 Reed PI 
Adams Robert L., r. 2107 Mission 
Adams Roda, widow, r. 1116 Taylor 
Adams Sadie, domestic, 1017 Buchanan 
Adams Samuel, hats and caps, 404 Kearny, r. 417 

Mason 
Adams Samuel, shaperhand Pacific Coast Door Co., 

r. Oakland 
Adams Samuel, shipwright, r. 324, 28th 
Adams Samuel, blacksmith, r. 210, 7th 
Adams T. E., r. 703 Geary 
Adams Thomas W., shoemaker, r. 224 Jg, 23d 
Adams Timothy W., sawmaker. r. 1853^ Stevenson 
Adams V. P., deputy sheriff, r. 326a Ellis 
Adams Walter, carpenter, r. 5 Bowles PI 
Adams Walter H. (Stetson-Renner Drayage Co.) r. 

1436 Post 
Adams Wenzel (Heinz & Adams) r. 1072 Howard, rear 
Adams William, bartender, r. 331 Green 
Adams William, bookkeeper J. Adams & Co., r. 824 

Lombard 
Adams William, groceries and liquors, 737 Geary 
Adams William, laborer, r, 532, 4th 
Adams William, salesman H. Levi & Co., r. 406 Van 

Ness av 
Adams William, seaman, r. 820 Battery 
Adams William, shoemaker, r. 354, 24th 
Adams William A., janitor, r. 331 Green 
Adams William A., wall paper, 1604 Polk, r. 618 Jessie 
Adams William F., salesman, r. 8 Telegraph PI 
Adams William F., salesman A. Levy & Co., r. 510 

Greenwich 
Adams William H., bottler, r. 53 Jessie 
Adams William H., painter, r. 532, 4th 



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Adams William li., physician and surgeon, 229 
Geary, 10 to 12 M., and at 1200 Mason 2 p. m., r. 
Cosmos Club, telephoue 5097 

Adams William M., paper folder, r. 510 Greenwich 

Adams William S., bartender, r. 37, 2d 

Adams William S., with A. P. Adams & Co.. r. 2 Stan- 
ley Court 

Adams William T., salesman, r. 425 Geary 

Adams W. S., r. 1587?si Turk 

Adams Zebediah B., receiving clerk Levi Strauss k 
Co., r. 1417w Hayes 

Adams & Adams (Amos C. and Charles A.) attor- 
neys at law, 137-139 Phelan Bldg 

Adams & Bemmerer (Christopher Adams and August 
Bemmerer) cutlers, gun and locksmiths, 1063 
Market 

ADAMS & AETER (h. j. snm. 

merliayes, successor to) agent Px'ue 
Vanner or Ore Concentrator, 13!3 Mar- 
ket, room 15 

Adams it Hull (Nelson J. Adams and James J. Hull) 

groceries and liquors, 701 Laguna 
Adamson A., watchman Pac Rolling Mill 
Adamson August, boilermaker, r. 20 Isis 
Adamson James, machinist, r. 324 Pennsylvania Av 
Adamson John, clerk, r. 310 Montgomery Av 
Adamson John, sawyer, r. 109 Silver 
Adamson Richard, salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 

1913 Stevenson 
Adamson Richard Jr., salesman Fred. H. Flgel, r. 1913 

Stevenson 
Adamson William R. H , bookkeeper Pac. Iron and 

Nail Co.. r. 1418 Fulton 
Adamy William A., real estate, r. 2245^ O'Farrell 
l^"Adamy. See Adami 
Adcock Charles E., bookkeeper A. Schilling & Co., r. 

Berkel y 
Adcock Edwin, millinery, 10 Kearny, r. Berkeley 
Adcock John T., clerk Charles F. Doe & Co., r. 906 

Valencia 
Adcock Kate Mrs., importer fine millinery, 10 Kearny, 

r. Berkeley 
Adcock Robert, clerk Simpson's Lumber Co., r. 1114 J$ 

Treat Av 
Adcock William N., jeweler Geo. C. Shreve & Co., r. 

118 Ash Av 
Adderley Stanley, importer and wholesale dealer 
sponges, shells and chamois.6 Post, r.1610 Larkin 
Adderly James, cook, r. 2197 Powell 
Adderson George W., draughtsman H. G. Layng, r. 

1013, 21st 
Addricks John H., clerk auditing dept Wells, Fargo 

& Co., r. Willard and Sullivan 
AddinRton Charles B., potter, r. 118, 6th 
Addiiigton Stephen, journalist, r. 16133^ Folsom 
Addis George, peddler, r. 19 Caroline 
Addis Robert, junk, r. 413 Hayes 
Addison Dora Mrs., dressmaking, 227, 11th 
Addison Ellen, widow, r. 13 Perry 
Addison Giorge Mrs., widow, r. 13}4 Perry 
Addison James, foreman machinist Risdon I. and L. 

Works, r. Alameda 
Addison James H., painter, r. 227, 11th 
Addison Thomas, district manager General Elec- 
tric Co., 15, 1st, r. Berkeley 
Ade George W., bookkeeper r. St. Nicholas Hotel 
Ade Joseph, cellarmau. r. 2024 Folsom 
Adelaidi^ House, 705 Mission 

Adelaide Tlie, McHugh & Parsons, proprietors, 
73 Fourth 



Adelberg Karl A., nurse, r. 124 Cedar Av 

Adelphia House, Edward Rolkln proptr, 900 Kearny 

Adelsdorfer Alfred (Adelsdorfer & Brandensteinl r, 

1718 Bush 
Adelsdorfer Charles, clerk, r. 1718 Bush 
Adelsdorfer Ernest, bookkeeper M. Blaskower & Co., 

r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer John C, bookkeeper J. Bergman & Co., 

r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Joseph, merchant, r. 1718 Bush 
Adelsdorfer Max, mnfrs agent, 25 Phelan Bldg, r. 

1718 Bush 
Adelsdorfer Rosa, widow, r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer William, asst bookkeeper Davis Bros., r. 

1605 Gough . 

ADELSDORFER &BRANDEHSTEIN,A,r„« 

Adelsdorfer and Manfred Branden- 
stein) importers teas, coffee* and 
spices and proprietors Wasliino-tou 
Manufacturing Co., 17-19 First, and 
Western Preserve Co., SE cor Fif- 
teentli and Shotwell 
Adelson H. B. optician, r. 1235 Market 
Adelson Julius, varieties, 1235 Market and 2}^, 6th 
Adelson Max, r. 426 Natoma 
Adelstein Bernard, junk dealer, r. 7 Olive Av 
Adelsteln Heyman, coal, r. 7 Olive Av 
Adelstein Heynie S. (Vanderbeugle & Adelstein) r. 

1305 3<. Golden Gate Av 
Adelstein Jacob, clerk, r. 7 Olive Av 
Adelstein Louis, clerk George J. Becht, r. 7 Olive At 
Adelstein Samuel, teacher music. 630 Sutter 
Aden R. J. R. (Piper, Aden & Co.) r. Vallejo, Cal. 
Adie Ellen Miss, private school, 2012 Pine 
Adie Mary E., widow, r. 2012 Pine 
Adieco Francisco, bootblack, r. 5 Pollard PI 
Adjuster Company The (incorporated) A. W. Grant 
secretary, publishers The Adjuster, 315 Cali- 
fornii. room 13 
Adjuster The (monthly) The Adjuster Co. pub- 
lishers, oflBce 315 California, room 13 
Adklns George A., expressman, r. 809 Filbert 
Adkins J, M., r. 1309b H«ye6 
Adlam Benjamin, laborer, r. 909 Illinois 
Adler Aaron A., grain broker, 212 Sansome. room 15, 

r. 2100 Broaaway 
Adler Adolph, bookkeeper K»tz & Sons, r. Berkeley 
Adler Albert C., bookkeeper Neustadter Bros., r. The 

Berkshire 
Adler Albert S. , physician and surgeon, office 
and r. 1113 Sutter, office hours 1 to 3 p. m. and 
7 to 8 p. M., Sunday 10 to 11 a. m., telephoue 2590 
Adler Benjamin, clerk, r. 1113 Post 
Adler Benjamin, salesman, r. 1401 Gough 
Adler Charles, merchant, r. 711 Jones 
Adler David, cattle dealer, r. 527 Octavia 
Adler David, upholsterer Chas. M. Plum & Co., r. 

1135 Pacific Av. 
Adler Elkin, r. 1820 Buchanan 
Adler Fannie Miss, saleslady Auerbach & Thompson, 

r. 425 Franklin 
Adler George, designer Union Photo-engraving and 

Electrotyping Co. , r. Alameda 
Adler Harry B., club rooms, 605 Market, r. 1015 

Golden Gate Av 
Adler Henrietta, widow, r. 1037, 22d 
Adler Henry A., clerk Barnch & Co., r. 1037, 22d 
Adler Henry H., clerk, r. 1324 Ellis 
Adler Herman, bookkeeper E. Goslinsky & Co., r. 2026 

Bush 
Adler Jacob, city agent Alliance Assurance Co., r. 1306 

Post 
Adler Jacob E., salesman, r. 1820 Buchanan 
.idler John, packer, r. 75 Jessie 

Adler John C., master mariner, 11 Mission, r. Berk- 
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Adier Joseph, cigarmaker, r. 527 Octavia 

Adler Joseph, manager Davis Bros., r. 1037, 22d 

Adler Leopold, shoemaker, 408 >^ Larkin, r. 425 Frank- 
lin 

Adler Louis, shoemaker, r. 402 Hayes 

Adler Moses, clerk, r. 425 Franklin 

Adler Moses, grain and commission broker, 215 San- 
soine, room 6, r. 2200 Jackson 

Adler Nathan M., prop Bay State Oyster House and 
Dining Parlor, 7 Stockton 

Adler Samuel, salesman, r. 1101 Gough 

Adler Sigmund, salesman J. De La Montanya, r. SE 
cor Post and Kearny 

Adler Sol, bookkeeper L. Altschul & Co., r. 1113 Post 

Adler Solomon, capitalist, r. 1401 Gough 

Adler William, teamster, r. 2514 Bush 

Adler William F., cigarmaker, r. 527 Octavia 

Adlington David M., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 

Adlof A. B., r. 4 Golden PI 

Adlum B., laborer Pac. Roll. Mill 

Administrator Public, Andrew C. Freese, office 
8 Montgomery 

Adolphson Gustav, seaman, r. 27 East 

Adrian Andeley, cleaner, r. 423 Hayes 

Adrian Frank I., butcher, r. 312, 26th 

Adrian E. P., salesman Cooks Bros., r. 1325 Eddy 

Advent Cliristian Clinrcli, Thomas Howell 
elder. Church bet 29tli and 30th 

Aegerter Charles, bartender, r. 4 Hanover PI 

AERMOTOR CO. THEw. e. 

Hampton managfer, manufacturers of 
the Everlasting Steel T¥ind Mil!. On 
tlie towrer yon don't have to climb, and 
the wheel that runs -when all others 
8tand still, 37-39 Beale 
Aeschlimann John H., liguors. 634 Clay, r. 538 Com- 
mercial 

iETNA HAMMAM BATHS 

Exclusively tov ladies. Electric, medi- 
cated, vapor, steam, sulphur and Tur- 
kish baths. Open daily from S A. M. 
to S P. M., Sundays by appointme,nt. 
144: Eddy near Taylor. Telephone 3450 

.^tna Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) George 
C. Boardman, general agent, Thomas E. Pope, 
assistant general agent, Louis Mel and E. C. Mor- 
rison, special agents and adjusters, 514 California 

./Cltna Liife Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) J. 
E. Meyers, manager, 212 Sansome, room 9 

.^Sltna 3Iineral Spring's, office 108 Drumm 

IITM MINERAL WATER 

CO., Len D. Owens, president, John <T. 
O'Brien secretary, mineral -water from 
^tna Spi-ings, Napa Co., Cal, Office 
and warehouse 104-108 Drumm, tele- 
phone 536 

Afeld Joseph, music and stationery, 805 Larkin 

Affeltranger Ferdinand, brass foundry, 1011 Mont- 
gomery Av, r. 2219 Powell 

Affleck William, machinist, r. 808 Jg Folsom 

Afflerback Christian H. Rev., r. 1933 Greenwich 

Affolter Joseph, cook, r. 823^ Chenery 

Afford Leonard, r. 738 Willow Av 

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Churcli. 
W. H. Tucker pastor, W s Stockton, bet Clay and 
Sacramento 

Agar John E., manager A. B. Forbas, 401 California, 
r. 324 Bartlett 

Agar John M., packer, r. 3618 Mission 

Agard Alexander H., clerk, r. 311 Green 

Agard C, master schr Ada McCune, 5S Steuart 

Agard George E., r. 311 Green 

Agard George L., bookkeeper C. H. Gilman & Co., 
r. 910 Filbert 




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Agard Joseph J., special agent Hartford Fire Insur- 
ance Co.. r. Oakland 
Agard William A. T., secretary and treasurer 

Dixon-Agard Co., 309-313 Clay, r. 311 Green 
Agassiz Primary School, Miss Sallie J. Jones 
principal, Bartlett bet Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-third 
Agaton Emile Mrs., r. 723 Montgomery Av 
Agee Christopher C, real estate agent, 508 Montgom- 
ery, room 228, r. 131Cd Valencia 
Ager James E., secretary Bacon Printing Com- 
pany, 508 Clay, r. Alameda 
Aggens Adam, bartender William Tell House 
Agmar Paul, contractor painter, r. 2832 California 
Agner Charles, crayon artist, r. 137 Clara 
Agnew Catherine, widow, r. 1616 Dolores 
Agnew D. Mrs., widow, r, lOil Mission 
Agaew George M., salesman Huntingtoa Hopkins 

Co., r. Alameda 
Agnew Hugh, marine engineer, r. 835 Hayes 
Agnew Jesse B., salesman John H. Gilmore, r. 52SJi 

Haight 
Agnew John J., foreman S. F. Gaslight Co., r. 1920Ji 

Filbert 
Agnew Julia Mrs., r. 33 Eincon PI 
Agnew Robert, miner, r. 231 Filbert 
Agnew Thomas, agent London and Lancashire Fire 

Insurance Co., r. Oakland 
Agnew Thomas B., laborer, r. 231 Filbert 
Agnew William C, gas purifier, r. 2930 Octavia 
Agnew William P., physici.in, office and r. 1170 Market 
AgnoUet Louis, waiter, r. 619 Pacific 
Agosti Giovanni B., laborer, r. 12 San Antonio 
Agricultural Insurance Co. (of Watertown, New York) 

322 California 
Agricultural Machine Worhs, Byron Jacksen 

proprietor, 625-631 Sixth 
Aguilar Adeodato R., musician, r. 1524 Dupont 
Aguirre G., r. 819 Battery 
Aguirre Juan, musiciau, r. 405 Green 
Aguirre Juan M., capitalist, r. 1314 Powell 
Aguirre Raymond M., bookkeeper John A. McKerren, 

r. 1316 Powell 
Ahearn Ann, widow, r. 16)^ Boardman PI 
Ahearn Bartholomew, laborer, r. Alms House 
Ahearn Daniel A., harnessmaker, r. 302 Liberty 
Ahearn Dennis F., clerk, r. 302 Liberty 
Ahearn John, laborer, r. 11 Kate PI 
Aheara John F., sospmaker, r. 16)^ Boardman PI 
Ahearn Joseph, porter, r. 134, 12th 
Ahearn Joseph W., plumber, r. 16}^ Boardman PI 
Ahearn Maurice J., conductor Ciil. St. ER., r. 1508 

Sacramento 
Ahearn Michael, laborer, r. 538 6th 
Ahearn Micahel, laborer, r. 1810 Broderick, rear 
Ahearn Michael P., bartender, r. 35 Grand Av 
Ahearn Thomas, seaman, r. 521, 1st 
Ahearn Timothy, laborer, r. 302 Liberty 
B£^ Ahearn. See Ahern 
Aher Jeremiah, carpenter, r. 126 Fern Av 
Aher William J., plater, r. 126 Fern Av 
Aherene Morton J., clerk, r. 1450, 25th* 
Ahern Agnes J. Miss,teacher Whittier Primary School, 

r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern Andrew, employee Palace Hotel 
Ahern Arthur J., contractor, r. 1010 Alabama 
Ahern Bartholomew (Ahern & Lane) r. 2859 Mission 
Ahern Catharine, widow, r. 1013 Bryant 
Ahern Catherine Mrs., bakery, 316 Folsom 
Ahern Daniel, laborer, r. 4 Alger PI 
Ahern Daniel, pile driver, r. 497, 4th 
Ahern Daniel, plasterer, r. 11 Hunt "" 

Ahern Daniel J., inspector Custom House, r. 28 Ein- 
con PI 
Ahern Daniel J., laborer, r. 6313^ Stevenson 
Ahern Dennis J., driver, r. 631 J<j Stevenson 



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IMl'OETEE OF 

FOR GAS, STEAM AND WATEE. 

Pipe Fittings, all Sizes. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Ahfrn Edward T., boxmaker. r. 631 Stevenson 
Ahem F. & T. (Miss Fauuie Ahern and Mrs. Theresa 

Quinn) millinery. 316 Hayes 
Ahem Fannie Miss (F. & T. Ahern) r. Santa Barbara, 

Cal. 
Ahern Henry, teamster, r. 54G Bryant 
Ahern James A., plumber, r. 403}^ Grove 
Aheru .lames G., clerk post office, r. 1H'20 Ellis 
Aharn .Jeremiah, civil engineer, 601 Market, room 49, 

r. Berkeley 
Ahern Jeremiah, laborer, r. 20 Aileen Av 
Ahern Jeremiah, teamster, r. 235 Oak 
Ahern Jeremiah Jr., teamster, r. 20 Aileen At 
Ahern John, laborer, r. 538, 6tb 
Ahern John, teamster, r. 2920 Mission 
Aheru John J., painter, r. 1027 Mission 
Ahern John K., foreman, r. 21 Austin 
Ahern John M.. r. 1308 Laguua 
Ahein John M., plumber, r. 631 M Stevenson 
Ahern John P.. clerk Dunham, Carrigan & Hayden 

Co ., r. 235 Oak 
Ahern John W., hostler, r. 1 Alvarado 
Ahern Kiitie Miss, dressmaker, r. 2824 Harrison 
Ahern Martin, agent, r. 803 Montgomery 
Ahern Mary A. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar 

School, r. 315 Oak 
Ahern Maud Miss, r. 933 Geary 
Ahern Maurice (Baer & AhernI r. 529 Stevenson 
Ahern Maurice, collector S. P. Co. foot Market, r. 810 

I^on 
Aheru Maurice, pile driver, r. 497, 4th 
Alieru Michael, laborer, r. 2733 Pine 
Ahern Michael, shoemaker, r. 1820 Ellis 
Ahern Patrick, r. 131 Haight 
Ahern Patrick, driver, r. 1932 Folsom 
Aheru Patrick, gatekeeper ferries wharf S. P. Co. r. 

Oakl.>ind 
Ahern Patrick E., salesman Descalao Bros., r. 442 

Jessie 
Ahern Roger, carpenter, r. 2824 Harrison 
Ahern Thomas, laborer, r. 226 Michigan 
Ahern Thomas, operator, r. 20 Aileen Av 
Ahern Timothy, conductor, r. NE cor Carl and Cole 
Ahern William, blacksmith, r. 810 Lyon 
Aheru William, carpenter, r. 1010 Alabama 
Ahern William, conductor N. B. and M. RB. 
Ahern William, operator, r. 20 Aileen Av 
Ahern William J,, clerk B. Katschlnski, r. 618 Eddy 
Ahern William P., jeweler, r. 905, 24th 
Ahern & Lane (Bartholomew Ahern and Timothy 

Lane) liquors, 2859 Mission 
O^Ahern. See Ahearn 
Aherne Denis I., clerk, r. 7 Seymour At 
Aherne Eugene, framemaker, r. 419 Ivy At 
Aherne Patrick O., lamp lighter, r. 419 Ivy Av 
Ahkmanu Thomas, proptr Union Hotel, 117 East 

South 
Ahl Charles L., agent, r, American Exchange Hotel 
Ahl George, teamster A. E. Buckman & Co. 
Ahlbach J., plumber, r. 617 Broderick 
Ahlbach Jacob (Ahlbach & Kayser; and hardware, 

135, 4th, r. 1506 Folsom 
Ahlbach Joseph, bookkeeper J. Ahlbach, r. 1506 

Folsom 
Ahlbach & Kayser (Jacob Ahlbach and Carl Kayser) 

plumbers, 426 Hayes 
Ahlborn Albert B., driver, r. 220 Blake 
Ahlborn August, cook Philadelphia House 
Ahlborn August W., machinist, r. 8 Folsom Av 
Ahlborn Henry, expressman, r. 23 Johnston Av 



AHLBORN HOUSE 



proprietors, 319-333 Gi-ant 



Willwebei 
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Ahlborn Pnu7, conductor, r. 1119 Mission 
Ahlborn William, r. 8 Folsom .\v 



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Ahlemann Edmund, r. 1431 Ellis 
Ahleufeld Morris S,, merchant, r. 413 Natoma 
Ahlers Amandus W. M., janitor, r. 1008 Clay 
Ahlers George, foundryman. r. 218 M Chattanooga 
Ahlers Henry, clerk H. Menke, r. 200 Francisco 
Ahlers Henry C, jeweler, 7 Kearny, r. 1102 Eddy 
Ahlers Joliann D. A., proptr Oldenburger House, 313 

Pacific 
Ahlers William, laborer, r. 32 Dore, rear 
B^Ahlers. See Alers and Ehlers 
Ahlf Henry, butcher, r. L, bet 6th and 7th Ava, South 

S. F. 
Ahlf Richard, butcher, r. E s 6th Av, bet K and L, 

South S. F. 
Ahlf William, conductor, r. 2 Russell 
Ahlgren Carl, carpenter, r. Butler, nr Cortland Av, 

B. H. 
Ahlgren Charles F., clerk O. A. O. Lindgren, r. 3 

Chatham PI 
Ahlgren Charles G. (Ahlgren & Wahlberg) and proptr 

Finland Hotel, 26 Folsom, r. 1225 Page 
Ahlgren & Wahlberg (Charles G. Ahlgren and John 

Wahlberg) liquors, 20 Folsom 
Ahlquist Francis E., lumberman, r. 47 Sacramento 
Ahlquist George, seaman, r. 12 Union 
Ahlstedt Gustavus A., carpenter, r. 165 Moultrie 
Ahlston J., laborer Pac Roll Mill 
Ahlstran Otto, laborer, r. 608, 0th 
.\hlstr»nd Guslaf , seaman, r. 48 Sacramento 
Ahlstrand Oscar, bartender William Ahlstrand 
Ahlstrand William, liquors and lodgings, 48 Sacra- 
mento 
Ahlstrom Peter, painter, r. 1120 Mission 
Ahnert August, junk, 1650 Mission 
Ahpel Henry C.(Ahpel & Bruckraan)r. The Berkshire 
Ahpel & Bruckman (Henry C. Ahpel and John Bruck- 

man) general insurance agents, 308 Pine 
Ahr Charles, collarmaker, r. 6 Martha PI 
Ahr Robert, collarmaker, r. 6 Martha PI 
Ahren Henry, stevedore, r. 493 Brannan 
Ahrens Carl, r. 8}^ Garden 

Ahrens Charles, cabinetmaker, r. 114!^ Morris At 
Ahrrns Charles A., clerk, r. 120 Precita Av 
Ahrens Charles B , teamster, r. 212, 9th 
Ahrens Charles G., clerk, r. 633 Minna 
Ahrens Charles L., driver, r. 150, 2d 
-•Vhrens Claus, bartender, r. 20 Stockton PI 
Ahrens Frederick, butcher, r. 8k Garden 
Ahrens George M., liquors, SE cor Fremont and How- 
ard, r. 425 Harrison 
Ahrens Henry, coachman 2110 Green 
Ahrens Henry, liquors, SW cor Post and Fillmore, r. 

1806 Geary 
Ahrens Henry, waiter, r. 553 Stevenson 
Ahrens Henry F. C, car starter, r. 12 Parker Av 
Ahrens Henry H., cooper, r. E s Alabama, nr 20th 
Ahrens Jacob H., liquors, SW cor Commercial and 

Davis, r. 226 Green 
Ahrens John, painter, r. 1327 J^ Market 
Ahrens Martin, bartender, r. S s Butte nr Alabama 
Alirens Nicolans, wines and liquors, 19 Market 

cor Steuart 
Ahrens Rudolph C, r. 1127, 21gt 
Ahl ens William, groceries and liquors, SW cor 16th 

and Folsom 
Ahrens William, laborer, r. Almshouse 
Ahrens William F., rectifier Joseph Melczer & Co., r. 

1122 Noe 
Ahrens William H., elk C. Bruse & Co., r. 1223 Laguna 
Ahumada Jope M.. real estate, 607 Montgomery 
Aicardi Adolfo (Arena & Aicardi) r. 210 Pacific 
Aich Rudolph, gardener, r, 2924 Sacramento 
Aichberger Felix, waiter, r. 327 Minna 
Aicher Augustus, machinist, r. 1618 Stockton 
Aicher Frank J. (.\icher & Pgoetz) r. 2 Hopeton Ter- 
race 
Aicher Katerine, widow, r. 1618 Stockton 



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Aicher & Pgoetz (Frank J. Aicher and Lewis Pgoetz) 

plumbers, 439 Bush 
Alda Feris, peddler, r. 233 Green 
Aigeltinger Charles A., clerk, r. 1724 Ellis 
Aigeltintrer Edward H., coal and grain, 1722 Ellis, r. 

1724 Ellis 
Aigeltinger Leopold Mrs., widow, r. 840 Grove 
Aigner Lucas, tailor, 90ii Illinois 
Aiken Albert C, law student, George A. Rankin 
Allien Arthur, machinist, r. o2G Golden Gate Av 
Aiken Bliss, bellman Grand Hotel 
Aiken Charles S., reporter Bulletin, r. Berkeley 
Aiken Henry II. Mrs., r. 1188 Noe 
Aiken Henry S. , bartender John B. Acton, r. 31, 9th 
Aiken N. P., bookkeeper L. G. Sresovich & Co., r. 15 

Hyde 
Aiken Perley B., clerk Wellman, Peck & Co r. East 

Oakland 
Aiken Thomas, printer, r. 715 Howard 
Aiken William M.. cigars, 333, 3d 
1^" Aiken. See Aitken and Aken 
Aikin Nathan J., specialist, 229 Kearny, r. Oakland 
Alkin Oscar, hostler, r. 12 "William 
Aikin William, laborer, r. 310 Montgomery 
Ainsa Belen, widow, r. 305 Lombard 
Ainsa Lole Miss, r. 305 Lombard 
Ainsley Francis, coUarmaker, r. 740 Howard 
Ainsley Mathew, stevedore, r. 2004 Mason 
.^g^Ainsley. See Ansley and Insley 
Ainsworth Alfred G., clerk freight auditor's dept S. 

P. Co. 
Ainsworth Emma C, widow, r. 1708 Clay 
Ains-vvorth Frederick W. , secretary Pacific 

Roll Paper Co.. 30-32 Firi-t,r. San Rafael, Cal. 
Ainsworth John, foreman Charles M. Depew Planing 

Mill Co., r. Oakland 
Ainsworth Samuel J., speculator, r. 232^ O'Farrell 
Airaldi August, clerk Jos Toung, r. 247, 7th 
Airaldi Clara, widow, r. 247, 7th 
Aird David, blacksmith, r. 562 Bryant 
Aird Jnmes C, blacksmith, r. 5tj2 Bryant 
Aird John W., student, r. 1811 Dupont 
Airey Henry J., butcher, 2323 Webster, r. 2307 Jack- 
son 
Airey Robert J., butcher, r. 1420 Jackson 
Airola Andrea, boarding, 512 Green 
Aitchison John, carpenter, r. 1310 Sanchez 
8^"Aitch!son. See Achesoa, Ackerson, Atchinson 

and Atkinson 
Aitken A. Ernest, pressman W. A. Woodward & Co., 

r. 1523 Powell 
Aitken Albert E., druggist, r. 235 Oak 
Aitken Andrew N., clerk, r. 217 Devisadero 
Aitken Edwin J., salesman, r. 1730 Eddy 
Aitken Eggert Mrs., clairvoyant, 715 Post 
Aitken Eugene T., machinist, r. 28b Ritch 
Aitken George, solicitor, r. 1027 Market 
Aitken George J., salesman, r. 1730 Eddy 
Aitken James (Moynihan & Aitken) r. 217 Devisadero 
Aitken James, policeman, r. 1934 Folsom 
Aitken John W., machinist, r. 321 Grant Av 
Aitken Julian, clerk, r. 404,3d 

Aitken Louis S., druggist S. A. McDonnell, r. 235 Oak 
Aitken Robert, clerk, r. 871 Folsom 
Aitken Robert, seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
Aitken Samuel, asst foreman press room U. S. Mint, 

r. 944 Capp 
Aitken Stanley, carpenter, r. 1523 Powell 
Aitken Sydney, painter, r. 1528 Powell 
Aitken William H. , r. 217 Grant Av 
1^" Aitken. See Aiken 
Alton John, bookkeeper W. F. Beck & Co., r. Russ 

House 
Ajax Rustless Toredo-Proof Pile Armor Co., D. S. 

Dorn president, R. J. Davis secretary, 306 Pine, 

room 10 
Aken, Thomas, laborer, r. 922 Battery 
Aker Christopher, bakery, 100, 21st 




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live Gold Medals awa-rded this Lager, 



i^"Aker. See Acker 

Akergren Andrew, watchman Palace Hotel 

Akerley Benjamin M., clerk Market St. RR., r. 1206 

Market 
Akelrly Morris E., bookkeeper James 6. Walker & 

Co., r. Oakland 
Akerman Benjamin J., collector, 508 Montgomery, 

room 6 
Akerman J., r. 126 Ellis 
1^" Akerman. See Ackerman 
Akers Berton, clerk B. Donnelly, r. 463}^ .Jessie 
Akers Harry, teamster, r. 109?^ Germania 
Akers Robert R. (Thompson Mnfg Co.) r. 315 Mason* 
Akers William, bartender, r. 23 Willow Av 
Akin William A., carpenter, r. 738 Shotwell 
Akins William, liquors, NE cor Solano and Ken- 

tvicky 
Akmann Charles G., butcher, 18 Sacramento, r. 1216, 

17th 
Akmann Frank L., butcher, r. 1216, 17th 
Akmann John W., tinner, r. 1216, 17th 
Alacosta George, baker, 13 Virginia PI 
Alagory Thomas, capitalist, r. 330 Geary 
Alameda Building and Loan Association (Alameda) 

Charles K. Clark secretary, 217 Sansome 
Alameda Canning and Packing Co., Frank H. Foote 

agent, 116 California, room 6 
Alameda Ferry, foot Market 
Alameda Real Estate Associates, James E. Damon 

manager, 436 Monegomery 
Alameda Sugar Co., John L. Howard president, 

James OoflBn secretary, E. C. Burr manager, 

office 122 Davis 
Alameda Transfer Co., Albert J. Sharpe pro- 
prietor, 21 Market 
Alameda Water Co. (Berkeley Cal.) C. A. Grow secre- 
tary, room 27 Mills' Bldg, 5th floor 
Alamo Square, bet Scott and Steiner, Fulton and 

Grove 
Alamos Antonio (J. C. Patricio & Co.) r. 119 Jackson 

ALASKA COAL COMPANY 

W. H. Eastland president, J. A. Brad- 
ley vice-president, S. 31, Eastland sec- 
retary, California Safe Deposit and 
Trnst Co. treasurer, office 316-318 
Sacramento 

Alaska Commercial Co,, Louis Sloss presi- 
dent. Max Heilbronner secretary, 310 Sansome 

Alaska Hall. 221 Grant Av 

Alaska Improvement Co., James Madison secretary, 
salmon eanners- 9-11 Market 

Alaska Packers Association, W^. B. Bradford 
secretary. 308 Market 

Alaska Packing' Association, W.B.Bradford 
secretary, 308 Market 

Alaska Packing Co., W. F. Beck & Co., agents, 112-114 
California 

Alaska Salmon Packing and Fur Co., Cutting Packing 
Co. agents, 125-127 Market 

Alaska Tread'well Gold Mining Company, 
(Douglas Island, Alaska) William Alvord, presi- 
dent, A. T. Corbus secretary, rooms 25-26 Mills 
bldg, 7th floor 

Alatorre Fiofilo, r 1119 Kearny 

AlatorreGuillermo Z., barber, r. 427 Green 

Alatorre John, tinsmith, r. 1119 Kearny 

Alatorre Juan B., cook, r. 1119 Kearny 

Alatorre Ogarte, barber, r. 1119 Kearny 

Alban Alfred, laborer, r. 54 Sacramento 

Alban William J., starter Sutter St. RR Co., r. 122J<^ 
Austin 

Albany Bre"»very. SeeHagemann Brewing Co. 

Albany Gold Mining Co., (Amador Co.) Frederick E. 
Luty secretary, 330 Pine, room 5 

Albarda Tjaard, clerk, r. 823a Sutter 



PrPflM P Pn 37 Market street, San Francisco. 
hr.N N W • I 108 Front Street, Portland, Ore- 
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MANUFACTURERS OF 

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WATER PIPE 

For Town Water Works, Hydraulic IWinhig and 

Irrigation. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET ST. 



Albee Edgar A., traveling salesman Louis Saroni & 

Co., r. 790 Vau Ness Av 
Albemarle House, Miss Lizzie Irvine proptr, 8 Mason 
Alber Emil (Alber & Streicher) r. 217, 3d 
Alber Jacob, cooppr, r. 1418 Pacific 
Alber Martin, driver, r. 515, 15th 
Alber & Streicher (Einil Alber and Raymond Streich- 
er) sausage manfrs, 2i7, 3d 
Alberdt Mary, domestic, r. 32 John 
Alberg Lizzie Mit-s, coffee saloon, 223 Broadway 
Alberg Kachel Miss, saleslady, r. G25 Eddy 
Alberg Samuel, tailor. (i25 Eddy 
Alberg, Saul, clerk, r. 623 Eddy 
Alberga George B., porter, r. 18 Glover 
Alberger Charles R., ofiBce 328 Montgomery, r. 2221 

Pacific Av 
Alberger William C, consulting engineer, 324 Pine, 

r. 2221 Pacific Av 
Alberger William R., traveling agent, r. 2526 Sutter 
Albergi D. & Co. (Demetrio Albergi and Jacopo Pa- 

pero) wood and coal, 413 Broadway 
Albergi Demetrio (D. Albergi & Co.) r. 313 Broadway 
Alberigi Jacopo, laborer, r. 1516 Powell, rear 
Alberigi Peter (Frauceschi & Co.) r. 924 Jackson 
Albern Bernard M.,r. 335, 4th 

Albers Anton E. E., paper carrier, r. 358 Clementina 
Albers August (Albers & Schmidt) r. Alameda 
Albers Charles, musician, r. 1711 Mason, rear 
Albers Edward, barber, r. 120 Shipley 
Albers Frederick G., carpenter, r. 470 Tehama 
Albers George, oysterman Albers & Schmidt, r. Ala- 
meda 
Albers Henry, laborer, r. 1107 J$ Tennessee 

Albers Henry, porter Nathan, Dohrman & Co., r. 211, 
13th 

Albers Henry F., waiter, r. 938 Howard 

Albers Herman (Albers & Husin) r. 15 Erkson Court 

Albers John, groceries, 619 Post 

Albers Marcus, groceries, 335, 4th, r. 335 3^, 4th 

Albers William, oysterman Albers & Schmidt, r. Ala- 
meda 

Albers & Husing (Herman Albers and Richard Husing) 
hay and grain, 2403 Bush 

Albers & Schmidt (August Albers and Henry Schmidt) 
oyster saloon, 50-52 Cal. Market 

l^'Albers. See Alpers 

Albert Andrew, seaman, r. 6 Union 

Albert George, principal St. Joseph's Grammar School 
r. 1417 Howard 

Albert Heinrich, watchmaker Geo. C. Shreve & Co., 
r. 2307 Harrison 

Albert Hermann, wood and coal, 5 Sherwood PI 

Albert James, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht. r. 
518. 18th 

Albert James E., clerk Michael L. Kelley, r. 753, 24th 

Albert John J., coot, r. 29 East 

Albert John S., r. 139 Clara 

Albert Lewis (Lewis & Co.) r. 8 Hubbard 

Albert Lewis I , clerk Lewis & Co., r. 849 Harrison 

Albert William, r. 8 Hubbard 

Albert William, cutter, r. 575 Minna 

Albert! Francisco, piano tuner, r. 2017 Polk 

Albertl Frank J., compositor, r. 2562 )<i Market 

Alberti George F., clerk Neustadter & Co., r. 2562)4 
Market 

Alberti George W., compositor, r. 2562 }« Market 

Alberti Lawrence, inspector Custom House 

Alberti Lawrence B., clerk W. A. S. Nicholson, r. 
2.502 ^ Market 

Albertin Julia, widow, r. 822 Larkin 

Alberto Migu -l. clerk, r. 1617 Powell 

Albertou Bailey, carpenter, r. 136, 5th 

Alberts Charles, fi.^herman, r. 739, 4th 

Alberts Charles, seaman, r. 32 li Rausch 

Alberts Gustave. dyer F. C. Hagerup, r. Berkeley 

Alberts Henry, watchmaker, r. 2307 Harrison 



Alberts John J., cook, r. 27 East 

Albertsen Alfred, seaman, r. 1045 Market 

Albertseu Christian, cook, r. 739, 4th 

Albertson Bushrod K., carpenter, r. 377 Shotwell 

Albertsen C. P.. r. 704^ Larkin 

Albertson Hans, painter, r. 617 J^ Linden Av 

Albertson J. M., r. 377 Shotwell 

Albertson Joseph A., physician, 119 Powell, r. Hotel 

Pleasanton 
Albertson William, laundryman. r. 5 Market 
AlbiD Alamo, clerk M. J. Brandenstein vV: Co. , r. 355 )<5, 

Albin Isaac N., canvasser, r. .355}^, 11th 

Albin Louis, liquors, NW cor 22d and Potrero Av 

Albinson A. H., r. 719 J^ Bush 

Albion Ale and Porter Brewery,Burnell & Co. proptra 
S s 9th Av bet G and H, South, S. F. office 519 Sac- 
ramento 

ALBION LUMBER COIPAHY «,„.., o. 

Wilcox, president, Herbert E. Wilcox, 
vice-president. Miles Standisli, secre- 
tary and treasurer, 214 Pine, rooms 
53-54, telephone 3611 

Albitz Theodore S., painter, 312, 5th 
Albora Luigi A., real estate and insurance, 601 Mont- 
gomery, room 1, and fancy goods, 300 Montgom- 
ery Av, r. 412 Filbert 
Alborelli Esperanza Mrs., r. 616 Powell 
Albouze Henry, tanner, Legallett & Bro. 
Albouze Victor, capitalist, r. 712 California 
Albrecht Adam A., clerk, r. 15 John 
Albrecht Albert, waiter, r. 15 John 
Albrecht Edward J., barber Leo. Jentsch, r. 120 

Shipley 
Albrecht Frederick, lodgings, 210;<j Washington 
Albrecht Frederick Jr., cook Henry Sutler, r. 210 

Washington 
Albrecht Frederick P., shoemaker. 1161a Mission 
Albrecht Henry, unholsterer, r. 25 Taylor 
Albrecht Henry C, painter, r. 609 Jones 
Albrecht Johann, painter, r. 718 Valencia 
Albrecht John, tailor, 519 Bush 
Albrecht Joseph (Albrecht & Kalthoff), r. 305 Grant 

Av 
Albrecht Joseph, bookkeeper, r. 7473^ Folsom 
Albrecht Louis, cook, r. 27 East 
Albrecht Martin, wood and coal, NE cor. 20th and 

Guerrero, r. 605 Dolores 
Albrecht Mary Miss, domestic, 2933 Folsom 
Albrecht Maurice, miner, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Albrecht Mitchell, oiler, r, 2939 Mission 
Albrecht & Kalthoff (Joseph Albrecht and Frederick 

Kalthoff), liquors, 305 Grant Av 
Albrefenski Edward J., barber, r. 120 Shipley 
Albrefezenski John P., carpenter, r. 47 J^ Belcher 
Albright Augustus, contractor, r. 852 Mission 
Albright George F., salesman W. W. Montague & Co., 

r. East Oakland 
Albright George W., chief clerk.Quartermasters'dept. 

U. S. A., r. Oakland 
Albright Henry K., salesman John Knowles, r. NE 

cor. 10th and Howard 
Albright Joseph, roofer, r. 2633 J^ Harrison 
B^" Albright. See Allbright. 
Albro, Eaton iSi Co., rolled plate chains, A. I. 

Hall & Son. agents, 528-530 Market 
Alcaraz George, teamster, r. 5 Vallejo PI., rear 
Alcaraz Jacob, blacksmith, r. 5 Vallejo PI., rear 
Alcayaga Alfred A., machinist, r. 426 /<S Hayes 
Alcayaga C. G. Mrs., r. 426,1^ Hayes 
Alcayaga Edward, clerk, r. 426 k> Hayes 
Alcayaga Facnodo, laborer, r. 243 Fremont 
Alcayaga Joseph A.,clerk Western Sugar Refining Co., 

r. 426 >ii Hiiyes 
Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell 
Alcazar Theatre, George Walleurod, manager, N » 

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Alcorn William, r. 6, ISth 

Alcorn 'William F., salesman, r. 1319 rolsom 

Alco« William H., teamster, r. 233, 15th 

Aldag Jolin, bartender, r. 672 Mission 

Alden Alvord, conductor, r. 1814 Polk 

Alden Charles, laborer, r. 409, 5th 

Alden Daniel W., bookkeeper Samuel Beal,r. Oakland 

Alden George H., bookbinder, r. 1403}^ Lyon 

Alden Isaac K., attorney at law, r. 614 Capp 

Alden James, seaman, r. 820 Battery 

Alden Mary Miss, teacher elocution, r.1018 Geary 

Alden Peter, conductor, r. 1814 Polk 

Alden Samuel B., policeman, r. 1606 Hayes 

Alder Gottlieb W., washer, r. 2 Taylor PI 

Alder William, teamster, r. 2514 Bush 

Alderman Clarence E., mechanical engineer, r. 314 

Eddy 
Aldersley Edwin, engineer, r. 630 Minna 
Aldersley William C, mining engin er, r. 615 Geary 
Alderson Annie Mrs. , teacher John Swett Grammar 

School, r. 517 Fell 
Alderson Frederick L., vice-president The 
George F. Eberhard Co., 23 Davis, rooms 14-15, r. 
2628 Sacramento 
Alderson James, with Union Iron Works 
Alderson William B., cigars and tobacco, 242 Kearny, 

r. Russ House 
Alderton August F., driver, r. 23 Douglass 
Aldine The, M. C. Walworth proprietor, 404 Turk 
Aldis John, teamster, r. Tanner's Home 
Aldrich Alfred, machinist Dow Steam Pump Works, 

r. Alameda 
Aldrich Alva W., storekeeper, r. 231 Minna 
Aldrich A. W., coachman, 1428 Golden Gate Av 
Aldrich Claude B., salesman E. K. Aldrich, r. 2139 

Misiion 
Aldrich Edmund K., groceries, 2937, 16th, r. 3139 

Mission 
Aldrich Edward, roofer, r. 867 Mission 
Aldrich Frederick C, expressman, r. 40 Linden Ay 
Aldrich Jennie F. Miss, school teacher, r. 1522 Clay 
Aldrich John, helper, R. J. Techau & Co. 
Aldrich John M.. expressman, NW cor Turk and Tay- 
lor, r. 404, 5th 
Aldrich J. William, fireman, r. 707 Polk 
Aldrich Lewis Mrs., widow, r. 1522 Clay 
Aldrich Myron E., waiter, r. 316 Minna 
Aldrich Oliver B., laborer, r. 143 Third 
Aldrich Stuart, paying teller Post OfiBce, r. 1522 Clay 
Aldricb. William F., secretary Parke & Lacy 

Co., 21-23 Fremont, r. 1522 Clay 
Aldridge Albert E. , builder, r. 1145 Mission 
Aldridge Catharine, widow, r. 138 Clara 
Aldridge George, candy mnfr, 227 J^ O'Farrell 
Aldridge Peter J., driver, r. 138 Clara 
Alduk Matteo, cook, r. 420 Jackson 
Alessandrini Giuseppi, tailor, 208 M Montgomery Av. 

r. Powell, nr Francisco 
Alessio Frank, laborer, r. 1122 Montgomery 
Aleutian Islands Figliing and Mining' Co. , 

H. W. George secretary, 122 Davis 
Alexander A., receiving clerk Goldberg, Bowen & 

Lebenbaum, r. 424 Devisadero 
Alexander Abraham, r. 830 Geary 
Alexander Abraham, printer, r. 418 Jones 
Alexander Abraham F., steam fitter, r. 1509Ji Geary 
Alexander Adam, clerk, r. 320 Scott 
Alexander Adolph, tailor, 211 O'Farrell 
Alexander Alexander, joiner, r. 527 Arkansas 
Alexander Alexander, seaman, r. 32 Steuart 
Alexander Andrew, ship carpenter, r. 4 Rincon Av 
Alexander Annie Miss, r. 418 Jones 
Alexander Archibald McI., clerk, r. 2200 Pine 
Alexander B., capitalist, r. 123 Eddy 
Alexander Benjamin T., bookkeeper, r. 3021 Wash- 
ington 
Alexander Bernard, traveling salesman, r. 22a Pros- 
per 



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Alexander Charles, seaman, r. 434 Jessie 

Alexander Charles, teamster, r. SE cor. 5th Av. and 

K, South S. F. 
Alexander Charles M. salesman Whittier, Fuller & Co. 
Alexander Charles O. (O. Alexander & Son), r. The 

Colonial 
Alexander Daniel E. (Alexander & Robinson) 12 Mont- 
gomery 
Alexander David, r. 320 Scott 
Alexander David, cigars and tobacco, 321 California, 

r. 419 Hyde 
Alexander David G., secretary and treasurer 

Welsh k Co., 220 California, r. Alameda 
Alexander E., master stmr Santa Rosa, r. Oakland 
Alexander E., r. 310 Stockton 

Alexander Edgar, manager insurance depart- 
ment Parrott & Co., 304 California, r. Sausalito 
Alexander Edwin C, compositor, r. 212a Linden Av 
Alexander Elizabeth, widow, r. 418 Jones 
Alexander Ernest, plumber, r. 1311 Mason 
Alexander Ettie C. Miss, artist, r. 916 Army 
Alexander Frank, longshoreman, r. 510 Howard 
Alexander Frank B., r. 101, 1st . 
Alexander Frank J., manager Guarantee Mercantile 

and Collection Agency, 43-44 Chronicle Bldg 
Alexander Frederick P., carpenter, r. 2320 Filbert 
Alexander George M., mnfr clothing, 118 Battery, r. 

703 Taylor 
Alexander George W. (Oaborn & Alexander) r. Oak- 
land 
Alexander George W., painter, r. 2320 Filbert 
Alexander Granville W., grain merchant, 421 Califor- 
nia, r. 3012 California 
Alexander Harry (Alexander & Goodfriend) r. 1228 

Golden Gate Av 
Alexander Harry, barber, r. 823 Ji Montgomery 
Alexander Henry C. painter, r. 2320 Filbert 
Alexander Henry M., clerk, r. 338 Golden Gate At 
Alexander Hill, attorney at law, 121 Post, room 51, r. 

1024 Golden Gate Av 
Alexander Isaac, expressman, r. 1002 Natoma 
Alexander Isaac Mrs., widow, r. 2107 Jones 

ALEXANDER ISHAM E. 

carpenter and bnilder, store and office 
fitting a specialty, iobbing promptly 
attended to, 6 Golden Gate Av, r. 314: 
Devisadei'O 

Alexander Isidore, salesman D. Samuels, r. 1502 Pa- 
cific Av 
Alexander Jacob, clerk, r. 143 Grove 
Alexander Jacob A., junk, r. 1322 Fillmore 
Alexander Jacob M., upholsterer, r. 77 West Mission 
Alexander James, laborer, r. 5 Belcher 
Alexander James, operator W. U. Tel. Co., r. 1217, 

26th 
Alexander James, salesman, r. 624 Polk 
Alexander James, salesman Alexander & Goodfriend, 

r. 1228 Golden Gate Av 
Alexander James, teamster, r. 720, 14th 
Alexander James B., carpenter, r. 18 Freelon 
Alexander James M., with Union Iron Works, r. 

Kane's Hotel 
Alexander James R., bakery, 223, 6th, r. 320 Scott 
Alexander Jean, seaman, r. 820 Battery 
Alexander J, Howard, salesman, r. 915}^ Minna 
Alexander John, laborer A. E. Buckman & Co. 
Alexander John, longshoreman, r. 5685^ Bryant 
Alexander John, salesman L. A. Berteling, r. 218 

Stockton 
Alexander John E, (R. S. Alexander & Son) r. San 

Rafael 
Alexander John M., pressman, r. 2206 Pine 
Alexander John T., salesman, r. 718 Guerrero 
Alexander John W., oflice 660 Mission, r. Oakland 
Alexander Joseph, salesman Neuburger, Reiss & Co., 

r. 1805 Broadway 



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W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

WOODEN, SLATE AND IRON 

MANTELS, 

309, 311, 315 and 317 Market St. 

AU'xandor Joseph, stevedore, r. SE cor 5th Av and K, 

iSovith S. F. 
Alexander Judith Mis., nurse, r. 22 Valley 
Alexander Julius M., clerk, r. 11 Kearny 
Alexander L. Mrs., r. H.i Grove 
Alexander Leo, clerk The Cal. Jute Mill Co., r. 3021 

WaBhinyton 
Alexander Leo E. (Leo E. Alexander & Bro.) r. 309 

Powell 
Alexander Leo B. & Brother (Leo E. and 

Michael S.) agents Smith's Premier Typewriter, 

printerB, stationers, manufacturers rubber and 

steel stamps and stencils, and dealers typewriters' 

supplies, 218 Saneome 
Alexander Louis, salesman Raphael Weill & Co., r. 

1502 Pacific Av 
Alexander Lucy A., widow, r. 916 Army 
Alexander M., clerk, r. 143 Grove 
Alexander Mendel, shoemaker, r. 77 West Mission 
Alexander Mary E. Miss, teacher Chinese Occidental 

School, r. 933 Sacramento 
Alexander, Michael S. (Leo Alexander & Bro.), r. 309 

Powell 
Alexander Mitchell, compositor, r. 920 Sutter 
Alexander Monroe H. Bev., pastor Potrero M. E. 

Church, r. 719 Minnesota 
Alexander N. C, r. 9 Auburn 
Alexander O. & Son (Orlando and Charles O.), com 

mission merchants, 121 California 
Alexander Orlando (O. Alexander & Son), r. Oak- 
land 
Alexander Oscar R., salesman Hoffman, Alexander & 

Co., r. 1104 Van Ness Av 
Alexander P. Mrs., widow, r. 1008 Washington 
Alexander Pauline Mrs., r. 77, 9th 
Alexander P. G., r. 424 1 Devisadero 
Alexander Philip, proptr. Pacific Coast Cigar Co., 323 

Front, r. 3021 Washington 
Alexander R., clerk, r. 143 Grove 
Alexander R. Mrs., boots and 8hoes,404 Pacific.r. 2107 

Jones 
Alexander Rae Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar 

School, r. 1228 Golden Gate Av 
Alexander Rebecca Miss, teacher Peabody Primary 

School, r. 1352 Post 
Alexander Ressieres, dishwasher, r. 815 Stockton 
Alexander Richard S. (R. 8. Alexander & Son), r. San 

Rafael 
Alexander Robert, liquors, SE cor. 5th Av and K, 

Souths. F. 
Alexander Robert J., dept. manager Levi Strauss & 

Co., r. 712 Waller 
Alexander Rosa M., widow, r. 2320 Filbert 
Alexander R. S. & Son (Richard S. and John E.), ship- 

Wrights and calkers, id Steuart 
Alexander Samuel, merchant, r. 309 Powell 
Alexander Samuel J., agent, r. E s Mission Rd nr. 

County Line 
Alexander Samuel O. (Hoffman, Alexander & Co.), r. 

1104 Van Ness Av 
Alexander Selig. speculator, r. 1509^ Geary 
Alexander Simon, laborer, r. 3.32. 6th 
Alexander Simon, sealskins, office, 25-27 Sansome, r. 

1228 Golden Gate Av 
Alexander Theodore, clerk, r. 1502 Pacific Av 
Alexander Thomas, r. 1620 Washington 
Alexander Thomas, r. S s 10th Av.. bet. Railroad Av 

and P, South S. F. 
Alexander Thomas, cook, r. 127, 4th 
Alexander Thomas G , porter, r. 424 Devisadero 
Alexander Tina, widow, r. 12 Ewing PI 
Alexander Wallace, cashier, r. 2523 Gough 
Alexander Wallace M., clerk Charles K. Clark, r. 

Oakland 
Alexander Walter C, butcher, r. 2320 Filbert 
Alexander William, bakery, r. 320 Scott 
Alexander William, clerk, r. 2200 Pine 



Alexander William, teamster, r. SE cor 5th Av and K 

South S. F. 
Alexander William F., painter, r. SE cor Greenwich 

and Steiner 
Alexander William H., r. 246 3d 
Alexander William H. 

Hotel 
Alexander William H., 



compositor, r. New Western 



porter, r. 919 Pacific 
Alexander William I., salesman J. W. Dunlap & Co., 

r. 847 McAllister 
Alexander William J., painter, r. 2 Harry PI 
Alexander William S., clerk general auditor dept S. 

P. Co. 
Alexander W. W., mining engineer, r. Occidental 

Hotel 
Alexander h Ooodfriend (Harry Alexander and Louis 

Goodfriend) mnfrs clothing, 25-27 Sansome 
Alexander & Robinson (Daniel E. Alexander and Ed- 
ward I. Robinson) attorneys at law, 12 Montgom- 
ery, rooms 11-12 
Alexanderson Alexander, longshoreman, r. 504 How- 
ard 
Alexanderson Charles, cook Mrs. M. Kosa 
Alexanderson Glaus, carpenter, r. .529 Sacramento 
Alexandre Joseph, agent F. k G. Thomas, r. .\iameda 
Alexandria Giacomo, fisherman, r. 908 Sansom* 
Alexandroff Feodor, cook, r. 204 3^ 5th 
Alfaros Antone, waiter, r. 64 Everett 
Alferitz George C, bookkeeper Dellepiane & Co., r. 

620 Green 
Alferitz Peter, (Dellepiane & Co.) r. 620 Green 
Alford Robert, bookkeeper, r. 828 Folsom 
Alford Thomas F., janitor, r. 229 M Langton 
Alfred Louisa, dressmaker, r. 423 Sutter 
Alfs Carl, salesman Naber, Alfs & Brune, r. 139 Page 
Alfs William (Naber, Alfs & Brune) r. Alameda 
Algeo James, shoemaker, r. 31!4 Gilbert 
Algeo James H., teamster, r. 1919 Howard 
Alger Edmund J., dental student, r. 1037 M Market 
Alger Elizabeth H., widow, r. 1937 Geary 
Alger Leon, candymaker, r. 723 >4 O'Farrell 
Alger Oliver E. engineer, r. 312, 21st 
Alger Sarah Mrs., r. 408 Jones 
Algren Andrew, blacksmith, 906 Harrison, r. 1412 

Castro 
Aliamus Victor, cellarman Gamier, Lancel & Co., r. 

Alameda 
AUc Anton, machinist, r. 319 M, 5th 
Alic Bertha Miss, dressmaker, r. 319 J^, 5th 
Alila Land Co., W. H. Bovee president, C. K. Sturte- 

vant secretary, office 19 Montgomery 
Alingren Bernard, laborer, r. 2004 Union 
Allotta Vincent, fisherman, r. 1012 Battery 
Alison Charles, machinist, r. 21 Gilbert 
Alison Charles H., carpenter, r. 21 Lucy 
Alison Rufus B., marine engineer, r. 9 Mission 
Alison Thom«s, seaman, r. 820 Battery 
Alison William, marine engineer, r. 9 Mission 
^^Alison. See Allison 
Alkalay Joseph, diamond setter George C. Shreve & 

Co., r. Berkeley 
Alkalay Leopold J., diamond setter George C, Shreve 

& Co., r. Berkeley 
Alkus Emil, boots and shoes. 122, 6th, r. 1528 Ellis 
All Hallows CUnrcli (R. C.) Rev. Timothy Fitz- 
patrick pastor, E s N, bet 15th and 16th Avs, r. 
cor 16th Av and P, South S. F. 
Allaire John W., clerk Raphael Weill & Co., r. 255, 

11th 
Allan Alfred D., r. 1218 Laguna 
Allan Alfred D. Jr., r. 1218 Laguna 
Allan Charles F., stereotyper, r. 1218 Laguna 
Allan James (Crewe & Allan), r. 503 Green 
Allan Robert, liquors, r. 2731 Folsom 
Allan Robert E,, clerk C. Froelich, r. 1045, 20th 
Allan Robert I., foreman, r. 2054 3^ Mission 
Allan Thomas J., dran^'htsman, r. 1040, 20th 



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OUTPUT FROM THE ABOVE MINES IN 1891 
400,000 TONS 



Colorado Anthracite 



Loaded on Cars at Crested Butte, Col- 
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O Unbroken. 

1 Large Egg size of Mesh, 3?i in, 

2 Small " " 25i " 

3 Range " 2 " 

5 Chestnut " V4.. " 

6 Pea " ^ " 



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The present output of about 3000 tons 
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EGG £ 

Cumberland (blacksmith) Coal 
Westminster Brymbo 
Wallsend Sydney 
Van Dyke '«°p.^.,.,_, Coal 



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Allan William, agent, r. 565 Mission 

Allard David D., plumber and stoves and tinware. 

1915 Howard 
Allard Delno D., foreman Seller Bros. & Co., r. 1915 

Howard 
Allard Thomas, glass packer, r. 1212 Hampshire 
Allardt Charles F., draughtsman S. F. Tool Co., r. 

Oakland 
Allardt George F. , civil engineer, 601 Commer- 
cial, r. 1127 Linden, Oakland 
AUardyce Alexander, clerk, r. 961 Golden Gate Av 
Allardyce Alexander M., r. 937 Golden Gate Av 
AUardyce Charles A,, engraver, r. 1309a Stelner 
Allari Herman (J. AUari & Son) r. 339 McAllister 
Allari J. & Son (Joseph and Herman Allari) tripe, 

etc., 55-56 Gal. Market 
Allari Joseph (J. Allari & Son) r. 339 McAllister 
Allarme Pierre (Allarme & Blanco) r. 445 Bush 
Allarnie & Blanco (Pierre Allarme and Antonio 

B. Blanco) proprietors Poodle Dog Kestaurant, 

SE cor Bush and Grant Av 
BSTAllbright. See Albright 
AUchin Thomas, teamster, r. 434, 5th 
Alldack Frederick D., clerk Siebe Bros. & Plage- 

mann, r. 549 Hayes 
Alldack Henry, clerk H. Doscher, r. 549 Hayes 
Allee Minnie, widow, r. 1308 J6 Devisadero 
AUegrettl Ignacio, r. 1508 Pine 
Allegretti Joseph, r. 1516}^ Polk 
Allegretti Nicholas, r. 1508 Pine 
Allegrini Giovanni, r. 418 J4 Broadway 
Allegrini Isola, cook, r. 4183^ Broadway 
Allegrini Eaffaello, boarding, 418}^ Broadway 
AUeguede Germain, tanner Legallet & Bro. 
Alleman Owen G., teamster, r. 610 Mission 
AUemania Fire Insurance Co. (of Pittsburg) Boyd & 

Dickson general agents, 501 Montgomery 
AUemania Hall, 310 O'Farrell 
Allemann Herman A., printer, 2214 Jones 
Allemaun John, butcher, r. 1726 Ellis 
Allen A., clam dealer, r. 10 Alaska PI 
Allen A., laborer, r. 2636 J^ Sutter 
Allen A. A., draughtsman Union Iron Wks.r. Alameda 
Allen A. Miss, stenographer Wm. Cline, r. 902 Filbert 
Allen Adison F., salesman, r. 405, 6th 
Allen A. J., r. 466 Clementina 
Allen A. J., clerk freight auditor's dept., S. P. Co.. r. 

43 South Park 
Allen Albert J., superintendent, r. 331 Guerrero 
Allen Alexander, clerk, r. 117 Bntte 
Allen Alexander, journalist, r. 1104 Market 
Allen Alexander, watchman, r.514 Shotwell 
Allen Alexander W., salesman E. T. Allen Company, 

r. 906 Treat Av 
Allen Alfred, lather, r. 256, 8th 
Allen Alice Miss, dressmaker, r. 608 O'Farrell 
Allen Anthony, teamster, r. 134 Francisco 
Allen Arthur, r. 2203 Larkm 
Allen A. T., KE. agent, r. 34)^ Turk 
Allen A. T., reporter, r. 1104 Market 
Allen August, laborer, r. 19% Kausch, rear 
Allen Austin S., clerk local freight office S. P. Co., r. 

23 Fulton 
Allen Barton, varieties, 414 O'Farrell, r. 1776 J<5 Fol- 

som 
Allen Benjamin T., waiter, r. 34 Maple 
Allen Bert, helper lamp room Edison Light and 

Power Co.. r. Alameda 
Allen Cassandra L., Mrs,, varieties, 1531 Sanchez 
Allen Catherine, widow, r. 252 Clementina 
Allen Charles, r. 525 Folsom 
Allen Charles, clerk, r. NE cor. Fell and Stanyan 
Allen Charles, deckhand S, P. Co 
Allen Charles, laborer, r. 444 Brannan 
Allen Charles, lumberman, r. 529 Sacramento 
Allen Charles, peddler, r. 641 Commercial 
Allen Charles B., driver, r. 89 Manning PI 



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Allen Charles E., master mariner, r, 28, 8th 

Allen Charles F., machinist, r. NW cor. Chenery and 

Koanoke 
Allen Charles G. (Allen & Fitzpatrick) , r. 644 Sacra- 
mento 
Allen Charles J., bricklayer and contractor, 17 City 

Hall Av, r. 261, 9th ' 

Allen Charles M., electrician, r. 2203 Larkin 
Allen Cliarles B., wholesale coal, 16 Howard, 

and 1167 Webster, Oakland, r. Oakland 
Allen Christian I., druggist, 411 Sansome 
Allen Claud, painter, r. 22 Turk 
Allen Damon P., boat builder, r. 424 Bryant 
Allen Daniel A., cook, r. 316 Davis 
Allen Daniel S., carpenter, r. W s 2d Av., nr. Point 

Lobos Av 
Allen David H., salesman, r. 1922 Broderick 
Allen Dennis J., fireman, r. 2603 Hyde 
Allen Dora I. Miss, clerk Swayne & Hoyt, r. 2309 Cal- 
ifornia 
Allen Edg'ar t. , agent Humboldt Lumber Man- 
ufacturers' Association, 22 California, room 6, 
r. 600 Bush 
Allen Edward, boatmaker, r. 342 Minna 
Allen Edward, carpenter, r. 1207 Montgomery 
Allen Edward, freight clerk Str San Juan, r. 35 South 

Park 
Allen Edward, machinist, r. 732 Folsom 
Allen Edward, teamster A. E. Buckman & Co 
Allen Edward Bev., S. J. chaplain St. Ignatius Col- 
lege 
Allen Ed'ward A. , agent steamer Gold, Jackson 

Street Wharf 2, r. Oakland 
Allen Edward D., salesman Goodyear Bubber Co., r. 

14 Sherman 
Allen Edward M., clerk Dr. J. W. Mollere, r. 2203 

Larkin 
Allen Edward T., president E. T. Allen Co., 416 

Market, r. 2204 Jackson 
Allen Edwin, hostler, r. 5 William 
Allen Elsie Miss, dressmaker, r. 608 O'Farrell 
Allen E. P. r. 524 Ellis 

Allen E. S., proptr The Kaymond, 212a Eddy 
Allen E. T. Company, E. T. Allen president, 
H. P. Capell vice-president, H. E. Skinner secre- 
tary, fire arms, ammunition, etc., 416 Market 
Allen Ethan, insurance age at, r. 2203 Larkin 
Allen Ethan, laundryman, r. 1008 Kearny- 
Allen Ethan, physician and druggist, junction 16th 

and Market 
Allen Eugene C, conductor, r. 2000 McAllister 
Allen Everett A. (S. Peterson & Co.) r. 1 Hampton PI 
Allen Francis P., laundryman, r. 12 Bourbin PI 
Allen Frank, driver, r. 740, 20th 
Allen Frank, teacher athletic, r. 26 0,Farre]l 
Allen Frank A., tailor, r. 455 !<J Stevenson 
Allen Frank B.,r. 119 H Silver 
Allen Frank H., clerk Joseph Dixon Crucible Co., r. 

Oakland 
Allen Frank H., president Allen & Higgins Lum- 
ber Co., 18-20 Spear, r. 124 Laurel 
Allen Frank O., machinist, r. 1050 Hayes 
Allen Frank P.. teamster, r. 151<> Ellis 
Allen Frederick, carpenter, r. 1211 Turk' 
Allen Frederick C, plumber, r. 61 3 J^ Jessie 
Allen Frederick M., clerk, r. 675 MiKsion 
Allen Frederick W., bartender, r. 1028 Jackson 
Allen George, horseshoer B. Lacaze, r. Oakland 
Allen George, miner, r. 1776^ Folsom 
Allen George E., clerk, r. 428 Geary 
Allen George H., baker, r. 47 Erie 
Allen George H., driver, r. 34 M, 8th 
Allen George H., salesman Simklns & Thorp, r. 148, 

14th 
Allen George L., bookkeeper Zitska & Pearsall, r. 32 
Ellis 



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Allen George S.. saleBman J. De La Montanya, r. 
Oakland 

Allen George T., salesman J. De La Montanya, r. 
Oakland 

Allen George W., r. 412, 5th Av 

Allen George W., foreman, r. 1715 Fillmore 

Allen George W., teamster, r. NE cor Railroad and 
11th Aj-s, South S. F. 

Allen Gilbert P., seaman, r. 45 Garden Av 

Allen Gustave, motorman. r. 1211 Turk 

Allen Harry E., clerk, r. 331 Guerrero 

Allen Hat Manufacturing Co., James B. Allen, prop., 
104, 5th 

Allen Henry, engineer, r. 961 Market 

Allen Henry, laborer, r. 654 Howard 

Allen Henry F. (Allen & Lewis), r. Ross Station, 
Marin Co. 

Allen Henry W., clerk local freight ofiBce S. P. Co., r. 
Berkeley 

Allen Herman C, stevedore, r. 507 Chestnut 

Allen Horace H., clerk Thomas Day & Co., r. East 
Oakland 

Allen I. Christy, clerk W. F. Beck & Co., r. Alameda 

Allen Isaac P. (Allen & Pratt) and president 
Home Benefit Life Association, 206 Sansome, r. 
Alameda 

Allen laaac P., ship .joiner, r, 126 Perry 

Allen James, bartender George Downey 

Allen James, butcher, N nr 10th Av, South S. F. 

Allen James, clerk, r. 1017, 20th 

Allen James, longshoreman, r. 129 Clinton 

Allen James, marine engineer, r. 33 Ridley 

Allen James, plasterer, r. 967 Mission 

Allen James Mrs., r. 1776J^ Folsom 

Allen James B., proptr Allen Hat Mfg Co., 104, 5th, 
r. 913 J^ Mission 

Allen James E., calker, r. 327 Montgomery Av 

Allen James G., agent Joseph Dixon Crucible 
Co., 304 Market, r. Oakland 

Allen James H., car builder, r. 2603 Hyde 

Allen James, M.(Newlands, Allen & Herrln), attorney 
at law, 305 Sansome, r. Menlo Park. 

Allen James R., seaman, r. 1507 Larkin 

Allen James W., bartender, r. 215 Minna 

Allen Jane, widow, r. 2603 Hyde 

Allen Jennie, widow, r, 761, 24th 

Allen Jerome A., salesman J. A. Moreland. r. Oakland 

Allen John, r. 24 Julian Av 

Allen John, bai tender, r. 4 Medau PI 

Allen John, driver Hose 8, r. 2028 Filbert 

Allen John, liquors, 311. 4th 

Allen John, tailor, r. 1319 Broadway 

Allen .John, teamster A E. Buckman & Co. 

Allen John, with Union Iron Works, r. 153^ Freelon 

Allen John E., machinist, r. 732 Folsom 

Allen John F., laborer, r. 321, 20th 

Allen John F., machinist, r. 904 Minnesota 

Allen John G., stenographer, r. 1531 Sanchez 

Allen John J., cornicemaker, r. 2.52 Clementina 

Allen John J., policeman, r. 5^ Kearny 

Allen John T., salesman Roos Bros., r. 913 Treat Av 

Allen John W., clerk M. De Witt & Co., r.652 Folsom 

Allen John W., expressman, r. 1320 Turk 

Allen Joseph, laborer, r. 1211 Turk 

Alkn Joseph laborer A. E. Buckman & Co. 

Allen Joseph O., agent Meinrath Bros., 116 California 

Allen L. D. Mrs., r. 900 Lombard 

Allen Lewis H.(Harrold, Hochholzer & Allen), r. 2417 

Washington 
Allen Lorenzo, school teacher, r. 2309 California 
Allen Lorenzo D., carpenter, 1939 Pine, r. 2309 Cali- 
fornia 
Allen Lorenzo H., trader, r. 10 Alaska PI 
Allen Louis Mrs., r. 305, 1st 
Allen Lydia E. Mrs., r. 25, 13th 
Allen Martin, r, 1776)<j Folsom 

Allen Martin D., cigars. 8 Valencia, r. 1776J<S Folsom 
Allen Mary E. Mrs., r. 424 Bryant 



Allen Mary G. Mrs., dressmaking, 428 Geary 
Allen Mason E., gripnian, r. 15 Johnson Av 
Allen Maurice, laborer O'Connor & Lewis 
Allen Matthew, glassblower, r. 1049 Mission 
Allen May, r. 121, Cth 

Allen Merton C. reporter, r. 1025 JiJ Guerrero 
Allen Michael, laborer, r. 616 Tennessee 
Allen N. Mrs., r. 1426 Leavenworth 
Allen Nathan N., bellman, r. 77 3^, 4th 
Allen Nathaniel, lumberman, r. 529 Sacrament* 
Allen Nellie G. Miss, lodgings, 411 Mason 
Allen Nicholas J., clerk G. W. Reid, r. 1319 Broad- 
way 
Allen Oliver P., bookkeeper Anglo-Californian Bank, 

r. Oakland 
Allen P. A., surveyor, r. 957 Harrison 
Allen Patrick, groceries, 28 Natoma 
Allen Peri E., attorney at law, 162 Crocker Build- 

ing, r. 325 Ellis 
Allen Plillip S., undertaker and embalmer, 651 

Sacramento, telephone 586 
Allen Richard, laborer, r. 322!^ Broadway 
Allen Richard, laborer J. C. Wilson & Co. 
Allen Richard, seaman, r. 12 Union 
Allen Richard, seaman, r. Ill Vallejo 
Allen Richard Mrs., operator W. U. Tel. Co., r. 607 

Sutter 
Allen Richard J., driver Chemical Engine No. 1, r. 58 

New Montgomery 
Allen Richard P., agent, r. 1126 Market 
Allen Richard S., bookkeeper, r. 331 Guerrero 
Allen Samuel, second hand furniture, 1138 Howard, 

r. 1218 Mission 
Allen Samuel J., clerk R. Dunsmulr & Sons, r. 412 

Scott 
Allen Sarah A. Mrs., r. 2203 Larkin 
Allen Sarah M. Mrs., clerk Post Office, r. 930 Union 
Allen Sydney D., clerk Home Benefit Life Assn, r. 

Alameda 
Allen Stanley, r. 211 Turk 
Allen Susan K. Mrs., proptr The Longworth, 510 

Geary 
Allen Theodore, president San Francisco Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, office 202 California 
Allen Theodore H., seaman, r. 54 Minna, rear 
Allen Thomas, bookkeeper, r. 132, 6th 
Allen Thomas, marble polisher, r. 734 Clementina 
Allen Thomas, teamster, r. cor 11th and Channel 
Allen Thomas Mrs., r. 1362a Market 
Allen Thomas H., porter, r. 907 Pacific 
Allen Thomas J., freight clerk stmr San Juan, r. 

1715 Howard 
Allen Thomas W., clerk auditor M. P. and M. dept. 

S. P. Co., r. 1446 Jackson 
Allen Thomas W., plumber, r. 361 Minna 
Allen Thompson K., cook, r. 54, 1st 
Allen Valliente B., secretary Benton Consolidated 

Co., r. 501 Geary 
Allen Walter M., carpenter, r. 2605 Howard 
Allen W. C, clerk auditing dept. Wells, Fargo & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Allen W. D., r. 222 Minna 

Allen Wellington M., trackman, r. 26363^ Sutter 
Allen W. H. , clerk Davis Bros., r. Alameda 
Allen W. H., laborer, r. 616 Gough 
Allen William, expressman, r. 4 Morse PI 
Allen William, expressman, r. 2213 Pine 
Allen William, laborer, r. 529 Sacramento 
Allen William, longshoreman, r. 32 Steuart 
Allen William, steward, r. 900}^ Filbert 
Allen William A., salesman, r. 2230 Howard 
Allen William C, r. UlSi^ Hayes 
Allen William E., president Jones, Allen & Co., 630 

Market, r. 703 Hayes 
Allen William H., attorney at law, 23 Kearny, r. 815>^ 

Hayes 
Allen William H., capitalist, r. 918 Ellis 
Allen William H., stevedore, r. 224 Greenwich 



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Allen 'Williain J., r. 24 Jalian Av 

Allen William J., carpenter. Burmeister & Co., r. 54 

Merritt 
Allen William McC, laborer, r. 212 Moulton 
Allen William N., carpenter, r. W s 5th Av., J and E 
Allen William R., asst. plumbing inspector Board of 

Healtli, r. Tii Guerrero 
Allen William W., attorney at law, 12 Montgomery, 

room 20, r. Oakland 
Allen William W. Jr., clerk general freight dept. S. 

P. Co., r. Oakland 
Allen Xavier, laborer, r. 619 Pacific 
Allen & Fitzpatrlck (Charles G. Allen and Thomas 

N. Fitzpatrlck) liquors, 655 Sacramento 

ALLEN & BIGfilNS LOIBER CO. p~nu 

H. Allen president, James E. Hig-gins 
secretary and treasurer, importers and 
dealers Iiard-«vood lumber, cabinet 
woods, veneers, ship plank and stair- 
builders' stock, 18-30 Spear 

Allen & Lewis (Henry F. Allen and Cicero H. Lewis) 
wholesale grocers and commission merchants, 
202 California, and Portland, Oregon, 

Allen & Pratt (Isaac P. Allen and George C. 
Pratt) managers The Provident Savings Life 
Assurance Society (New York) office U Safe De- 
posit Building 

Allen & Young (Thomas and Harry Young) steve- 
dores, 308 California 

6^" Allen. See Allan 

AUenberg Charles, bookkeeper, B. Dreyfus & Co. 
and Brandy City Mining Co. and Altoona Quick- 
silver Mining Co., office 630 Brannan, r. 507 
Golden Gate Av 

AUenberg Edward L., stenographer J. B. Pace To- 
bacco Co., r. 507 Golden Gate Av 

AUenberg Leo, bookkeeper B.Dreyfus & Co., r. 507 
Golden Gate Av 

AUenberg Leopold, bookkeeper C. H. Meyer & Bros., 
r. 505 Golden Gate Av 

Allendorf Henry, cook, r. 1 Jackson 

AUensen William, seaman, r. 12 Union 

Allerd Gaston, laborer, r. 48, 4th 

AUers Fritz, baker, r. 6 Zee 

Allessandro Adami, fisherman, r. 5 Vallejo 

Alley William H., stevedore, r. 224 Greenwich 

B^" Alley. See Allee 

Alliance Assurance Co. (of London) Nathaniel T. 
James manager, 416 California 

Alliance Building and Loan Association, A. Calmanu 
secretary, 416 Battery 

Alliance Marine and General Assurance Co., limited 
(of London) J. J. Moore & Co. agents, 302 Cal. 
Alliatta James, fencemaker, r. 173 Minna 
Ailing George S., stone carver A. Morris, r. 919?^ 

Mission 
AUinghan William, artesian well borer, 150 Fifth, r. 

205 San Jose Av 
Allio Pietro. stonecutter, r. 13 Gavcn 
Allione Charles F., electrotyper, r. 131 Grove 
Allione Henry, chop house,"503 Washington, r. 1914J4 

Powell 
Allis Edmund C, salesman Hinz & Landt, r. 2514 

Sutter 
Allis Frank, cook, r. 529 East 
Allis Watson C. with Fairbanks & Hutchinson, r. 28 

Linden Av 
Allison Arthur W., bookkeeper Lake & Co., r. 710 

Post 
Allison B. Mrs., widow, r. 1408 California 
Allison Charles S., messenger, r. 1023 Mission 
Allison Daniel, librarian K. of P. Library Ass'n, r. 

1428 Howard 
Allison David E. (Allison, Gray & Co.) r. 2112 Broad- 
way 




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Allison David E. Jr., bill clerk Allison, Gr ay & Co., 

r. 2112 Broadway 
Allison Edward K., with Pac. Tel. and Tel. Co., r. 

2112 Broadway 
Allison Edward W., physician, 220-221 Crocker Bldg 
AUiRon Edwin C, watchman, r. 105 New Montgomery 
Allison E. H., with Cnion Iron Works, r. 614 Howard 
Allison, Frank J., with Geo. C. Shreve & Co., r. 601 

Stockton 
Allison George M., carpenter, r. 804 Bay 
Allison, Gray Si Co. (David E. Allison and James 

M. Gray) fruit and produce commission mer- 
chants, 501-509 Front 
Allison Henry H., carpenter, r. 716 Larkin 
Allison James, oiler, r. 518, 3d 
Allison James Q., carpenter, r. 804 Bay 
Allison James H , clerk, r. 710^ Post 
Allison John, coppersmith, r. 1045 Market 
Allison John C, job printer, 8 Montgomery Av 
Allison Josiali E. , secretary Allison, Nefif & Co., 

7-9 Main, r. 306 Stockton 
Allison Lizzie C. Mrs., r. 710 M Post 
Allison, Neflf & Co., J. B. Neff, president, J. E. 

Allison, secretary, importers and jobbers ve- 

hides, farming implements and hardware spe- 
cialties, 7-9 Main 
Allison Kobert, stableman, r. 722 Natoma 
Allison T. Sydney, clerk New England Mutual Life 

Ins. Co., r. 922 Greenwich 
1^" Allison. See Alison 
Allman Alphonse, attorney at law, 325 Montgomery, 

room 17, r. 417}^ Powell 
Allman Charles E. (Starr & Allman) r. Oakland 
Allman George, laborer, r. 7J^ Dale PI 
Allman Houora, widow, r. 41 South Park 
Allman Maggie, widow, r. SE cor Hermann and 

Buchanan 
Allman Miles, track foreman, r. SE cor Polk and 

Chesnut 
Allman William, tailor, r. 733 Market 
Alloway C. W., gripman, r. 134 Bartlett 
AUozano Ysidia, miner, r. 2024 Taylor 
Allseits Ottelie. r. 833 Geary 

AUspaugh Amaziah M., carpenter, r. 317 Cumberland 
Allsteod Gustave, carpenter, r. 165 Moultrie 
Allward Harry, waiter, r. 223 Kearny 
Allwood Harry, wood carver, r. 33d Av bet, H and I, 

South S. F. 
Allyn Stanley T., wholesale cigars, 121 Market, r. 

211 Turk 
Allyne John W. (Allyne & White) r. NW cor. Gough 

and Green 
Allyne «Ss White (John W. Allyne and William 

H. White), merchants, 316 Sacramento 
Almada Domitila, widow, r. 21 South Park 
Alniads Frank, seaman, r. 7 Baldwin Ct 
Almas David, liquors, 104 Taylor, r. 305 Leavenworth 
Almberg Charles, bedmaker, 1045 Market 
Alme John, engraver, r. 721, 18th 
Almert August, junk dealer, r. San Jose and Ocean 

House Road 
Almkvist John A., translator, r. 119 Gilbert, rear 
Almon David M. J., cooper, r. 17 H. Dore 
Almon Honora, widow, r. 1114 Potrero Av 
Almon William H., cooper, r. 1114 Potrero Av 
Almonte House, 1, 5th 
Almqiiist John A., carpenter, r. 237, 7th 
Alms Charles, tailor, r. 2 Delta PI 
Alms House (City and County) , Philip L. Weaver, 

superintendent, Ocean House Koad, four miles 

from Old City Hall 
Almstead May Mrs., r. 4 Burritt 
AlolRi Adolph, manager Italian Publishing Co., 619 

Montgomery, r. 1605J^ Dupont 
Alonzo Jose, cigarmaker, r. 1832 Powell 
Alonzo Jose, Jr.. plumber, r. 1832 Powell 
Alpen Herman N. , lithographer, r. 1621 Buchanan 
Alpen John D., painter, r. 1621 Buchanan 



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Alpen John W., porter, r. 1621 Buchanan 
Alpern M. Mrs., millinery, 1, 6th, r. 1726 O'Farrell 
Alpern Max, harnessmaker, r. 1726 O'Farrell 
Alpers Brothers (Herman and George), groceries and 
liquors, NE cor. Clay and Larkiu 

ALPEllS CHAliLLbj presiclent 
National Fertilizer Co., and Hercules 
Cold Storage Co., room 15, Safe Deposit 
Bids'., r. 706 Ivy Av 

Alpers Charles W., musician, r. 6 Moray Alley 
Alpers Claus, groceries and liquors, 1700 Howard 
Alpers George (Alpers Bros.), r. 1513 J4 Larkin 
Alpers Herman (Alpers Bros.), r. 1513Ji Larkin 
Alpers Matilda, widow, midwife and ladies physician, 

r. 2545 Folsom 
Alpers Wilhelm, clerk Fagothey Bros. , r. NW cor. 

Turk and Jones 
Alpha Consolidated Mill and Mining Co. (Storey Co., 

Nev.), Charles Hirshfeld, president, Charles E. 

Elliot, secretary, 79 Nevada Block 
Alpha Hall, SW cor. 21st and Diamond 
Alpha Nurses and Slasseurs Agency, F. E. 

Goodban proprietor, 1117 Van Ness Av., nr. Post, 

Telephone 2579 
Alphiu Max, harnessmaker, r. 231 Golden Gate Av 
Alphonse John B., cabinetmaker, r. 297 Clementina 
Alphonsine M., ironer, r. SW cor 29th and Dolores 
Alpi Charles, butcher, r, 515 Broadway 
Alpin Norval E., clerk, r. 55 Minna 
Alpine Market, 3025 Sacramento 
Alpine Sale Co., George S. Beadle, Pacific Coast 

Agent, 37 Market 
Alpine Wall PlaBter Co., oflBce 119 Bush 
Aire John E. P., malster, r. 2011 Dupont 
Alsenz Jacob, shoemaker, 1627 Geary, r. 1614 Post 
Alsford William, druggist W. P. McDermott, r. 323 

San Jose Av 
Alsina Andrew, mlllhand Deming-Palmer Milling 

Co., r. 824 Greenwich 
Alsip Edwin K, (Edwin K. Alslp & Co.) r. 2500 Wash- 

ington 
Alsip Edwin K. & Co. (Edwin K. Alsip) real estate 

agents, 14 Montgomery 
Alsop Eugene, gasfitter, r. 6 Virgini.'t PI 
Alsop John S., starcher La Grande Laundry 
Alt Bernard, shoemaker, r. 708 Vallejo 
Alt Christian, shoemaker, 606 Vallejo, r. 708 Vallejo 
Alt Christopher, shoemaker, r. 708 Vallejo 
Alt Joseph, floorwalker, r. 708 Vallejo 
Alta Building and Loan Association, Sol J. Levy sec- 
retary, 304 Montgomery 
Alta California Printing House, W. A. Wood- 

ward & Co. proprietors, 10-12 Sutter 
Alta House, J. C. Fislar proptr, 783 Market 
Alta Machine Works, Rozier & Dehertoghe proptrs, 

120 Main 
Alta Plaza Hall, NW cor Clay and Fillmore 
Alta Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) L. Osborn 

secretary, 33 Nevada Block 
Alta Soap Go. (William A. Engwer) soap mnfrs, 109- 

111 Oregon 
Altemus John, paperruler H. S. Crocker Co., r. 26 

Florida 
Altemus John Mrs., bakery, SE cor Florida and 26th 
Altenberg Bertha Miss, teacher music, r. 1901 Ellis 
Altenberg Charles, cook, r. 515 Sacramento 
Altenberg Fritz, groceries, SW cor Ellis and Scott, r. 

1901 Ellis 
Altenburg August, bookkeeper Raphael Weill & Co., 

r. 722 Union 
Altenburg Pauline, widow, r. 722 Union 
Altendorf Julius C. G., grinder Pac Saw Mnfg Co. 

r. Oakland 
Altendorf William, seaman, r. 61 Clementina 
Altendortf Julien, sign painter Swan & Stein 
Altfleld Abel, speculator, r. 522 >^ Natoma 



Althaby Catherine, laundress Peter Goyheneix ' 
Althaus Frederick, cabinetmaker, r. 439, 29th 
Althaus Joseph, cabinetmaker, r. 439, 29th 
Althaus Lizzie Miss, teacher French, r. 439, 29th 
Althausen John, bartender Morosco's Theatre, 

Berkeley 
Alther Robert J., broker, r. 2029 Ellis 
Altherr Adolph, bakery, 1713 Leavenworth 
Altbof Albert, harnessmaker, r. 1021;^ Market 
Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls) r. 941 Filbert, Oak- 
land 
Althof John A. M., salesman, r. 311 Jessie 

ALTHOF & BAHLS .Herman 
Altljof) bookbinders, paper rulers and 
blank book manufacturers, 511 Sac- 
ramento 

Altmann Aaron, landscape artist, r. 1026 Sutter 
Altmann Charles, conductor, r. 447 Minna 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, r. 1024 Sutter 
Altmann Louis, painter, r. 555 Natoma 
Altmann William stock clerk Cook & Co., r. 1024 Sut- 
ter 
Altmark Louis, salesman Rosenthal, Feder & Co., r, 

1710 Octavia 
Altmark Solomon, merchant, r. 1318 O'Farrell 
Altmayer Abraham, manager Cabn, Nickelsburg k 

Co., r. 824 Turk 
Altmayer Berthold, clerk Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co., r. 

724 M Turk 
Altmayer Lawrence A., stenographer Oahn, Nickels- 
burg & Co., r. 724 J^ Turk 
Altmayer Leo (Altmayer &Leipsic Bros.) r. 82i Turk 
Altmayer Max A., stenographer J. Baumgartner k 

Co., r. 724)<S Turk 
Altmayer M. W., bookkeeper Altmayer & Leipsic 

Bros., r. 824 Turk 
Altmayer Rosalia, widow, r. 724}^ Turk 
Altmayer & Leipsic Brothers (Leo Altmayer and 

Meyer and Harry Leipsic) boots and shoes, 997 

Market 
Alton Francis C. receiving clerk The California 

Hotel, r. 908 Jackson 
Alton Thomas M., accountant The S. F. Breweries 

^Limited) r. 2428 Post 
Altoua Aiidrea, iilumber, r. 11 Vincent 
Altona Joseph, plumber, r. 11 Vincent 
Altoona Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co. Cal.) 

Charles Allenberg eecretary, office 630 Brannan 
Altreuter Emma Mrs,, lodgings, 825 Kearny 
Altreuter William, bartender, r. 825 Kearny 
Altrup George, r. 763 Howard 
Altschul L. & Co. (Leopold Altschul) crockery, 422 

Sansome 
Altschul Leopold (L. Altschul & Co.) and crockery, 

1615 Polk, r. 1113 Post 
Altschul Ludwig, real estate, 318 Clay, r. 2417 Sutter 
Altschuler Annette Miss, r. 1632 Ellis 
Altschuler Levi, r. 1632 Ellis 
Altschuler Solomon, lithographer, r. 1632 Ellis 
Altube Bernardo, farmer, r. 318 Jones 
Altvater David, engineer J. Martenstein & Co., r. 

Alameda 
Altvater William, driver, r. 1033, 24th 
Alves Domlngos, commission merchant, 427 Davis, r. 

Oakland 
Alumbaugh William E., bartender, r. 106%, 3d 
Alvarado Aptonio, r. 1306 Polk 
Alvarado Foundry (Alvarado, Cal.) George H. 

Tay Co., office 614-618 Battery 
Alvarado Milk Depot, Thomas Jackson, manager, 35 

Ritch 
Alvarado Pedro H , with Holbrook, Merrill & Stet- 
son, r. 1330 Stockton 
Alvares Joseph C, barber. IIG Pacific, r. Oakland 
Alvares Manuel L., laundryman, City and County 

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Alvarez Adam D., salesman E. Frank & Son, r. 218 

MaBou 
Alvarez Angel, editor La Raza Latlna, r. 911 Vallejo 
Alvarez Antonio, seaman, r. 721 }i Broadway 
Alvarez Antonio, tinsmitb, Holbrook, Merrill & Stet- 
son, r. Alameda 
Alvarez Jos6 M. S., shellworker, r. 720 Vallejo 
Alvarez Louis, searaau. r. 820 Battery- 
Alvarez Kafael L., jeweler, r. 720 Vallejo 
Alverson Benjamin, miner, r. 37, 2d 
Alverson Blake Mrs., voice culture, 308 Post 
Alverson Thomas J., carpenter, r. 1137 Valencia 
Alves Frederick, teamster, r. E s York nr Center 
Alves Jose, barber, 7 Steuart, r. SW cor Drumm and 

Sacramento 
Alves Joseph, barber, 155114 Market 
Alvey John S., salesman, r. 423 Ellis 
Alvin House, Mrs. H. Eldred-Edelman proptr, 120 

Post 
Alvisi Adolph, with Italian Pub. Co., r. 619 Mont- 
gomery 
Alviso Guadalupe, detective, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Alviso John, vaquero, r. N s 16th Av, bet Q and R, 
South S. F. 

Alviso, Manuel, tanner, r. 16th Av, bet Q and R 

Alviso Maxim A., tailor, r. 8 Lewis 

Alviso Valentine, keeper Spanish archives, U. S. 

Surveyor General's oiBce, r. 814 California 
Alviso William P., drover, r. S s 15th Av, nr Q, South 

S.F. 
Alvord Charles S.. bookkeeper, r. 131 Shipley 
Alvord Charles S. , proprietor The Marchioness, 

158-160 Golden Gate Av 
Alvord William, president Bank of California, 
NW cor California and Sansome, and Police Com- 
missioner, r. 2200 Broadway 
Amadeo Peter, seaman, r. 12 Union 
Amador Tunnel, Mill and Mining Co. (Amador Co., 
Cal.) A. Halsey, secretary, 328 Montgomery, rm 7 
Amandolese Giovanni B., laborer, r. 10 Russell 
Amaral Joseph S , barber, r. 1509 J4 Howard 
Amaral Pauline S. (Enos & Amaral) r. San Leandro 
Amarilla Francisco, laborer, r. 1318 Dupont 
Amark Emma G. Miss, retoucher Dijeau & Swerin, r. 

108^ Oak 
Amark Frederick L., clerk Richard Finking, r. 108 )<J 

Oak 
Amavilla Joseph F., longshoreman, r. 1313 Mont- 
gomery 
Ambek Nicolia, watchman, r. 589 Minna 
Amber Max, tailor, r. 22 Mary 
Amberg Otto, porter Dunliam, Carrlgan & Hayden 

Co., r. 1571 Jg Market 
Amberger C, electrician Will & Finck 
Ambler Arthur, shipping clerk George W. Gibbs Co., 

r. 2116 Larkin ■ 
Ambler Benjamin, salesman Langley & Michaels Co., 

r. 2116 Larkin 
Ambler Henry, clerk, r. 1043 Market 
Ambler Merton B., mnfr candy, 403 Jones 
Ambler Samuel, hostler, r. 136 Freelon 
Ambrogio Giuseppe, laborer, r. 526 Vallejo 
Ambrose Daniel, bricklayer contractor, 17 City Hall 

Av, r. 605 Hayes 
Ambrose Edward, clerk F. A. Rouleau, r. 1039 M Va- 
lencia 
Ambrose Henry, distributor La Grande Laundry 
Ambrose James, real estate, r. 605 Hayes 
Ambrose James T„ plumber, r. 1319 Natoma 
Ambrose Jeremiah, clerk W. J. Magner & Co., r. 910 

Broadway 
Ambrose John B., bootblack, r. 909 Greenwich 
Ambrose Stephen, candymaker, r. 1657 Mission 
Ambrose Thomas, capitalist, 228J^ Montgomery, r. 

1050 Mission 
Ambrose William F., artificial stone work, 17 City 
Hall Av, r. 668 Walnut Av 



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Ambrose William R., clerk, r. 715 Howard 
Ambrose Z. T., laborer, r. 26 Folsom 
Ambrowsky John, carpenter, r. 547 Minna 
Ambrowsky Michael, laborer, r. 49 Jessie 
Ambrum Frederick, cornicemaker, r. 871 Mission 
Ambruster B. Mrs., proptr Carleton House, 118 Grant 

Av 
l^"Ambruster. See Armbruster 
Amburo Jacquin. boxmaker, r. 14 Valparaiso 
Amedee Edward C, with James De Fremery & Co., r. 

2318 Webster 
Amedeo Alonzo, traveler Byum & Slater, r. 2601 

Mission 
Amego Carlos A., washer La Grande Laundry 
Anielung' Julius C, general commission mer- 
chant and dealer California wines and brandies 
10 California, r. 234 Capp 
Amend Charles W., r. 1413 Dupont 
Ament Fritz, laborer, r. 2422 Greenwich 
Ament William, fireman, r. N s California nr Laurel 
American Aluminum Co., John W. Stewart president, 

Geo. L. Brown secretary, 819 Market, room 45 
American Bakery, Uebner & Salzmann proptrs, 639 

Broadway 
American Balance Slide Valve Co., J. T. Wilson pres- 
ident, R. J. Davis secretary. 306 Pine, room 10 
American Bank and Trust Company of 
San Francisco, Edwin Fretwell president, 
Abner Doble vice-president, James J. Fagan 
cashier, J. W. Farren Jr. secretary, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Bush 
American Biscnit Co., Leon Schloss president, 
James Dunn vice-president and manager, Wm. 
D. Claussen secretary, office and factory NW cor 
Battery and Broadway 
American Board of Commissioners for 
Foreign Missions, Rev. Walter Frear agent, 
7 Montgomery Av, room 23 
American Boiler Co. (successors to National 
Hot Water Heater Co.) D. R. McCallum manager, 
80 Crocker Building 

American Book Co. (New York) A. F. Gunn 

manager, 101 Battery 
American Brass Band, J. W. Angell secretary, 262, 1st 
American Bre^very, Barutb & Kroenke proprie- 
tors 725—727 Green 

AMEEICAJ CARBONIC ACID ffAS CO. 

C. W. Gibson president, J. Ii, Case sec- 
retary and manager, manufacturers 
and compressors carbonic acid g'as, 
and general agents Robert M. Green 
Co., office 117 Blain 

American Casualty Insurance and Security Co. (of 
Baltimore, Md.) Maxwell & Berry general agents, 
421 California 

American Central Insurance Co. (St. Louis, Mo.) 
Rolla V. Watt general agent, 317 California 

American Cling Stone Pitting Co., John A. Ledding 
president, Ernest M. Ledding secretary, 1530 Cal- 
ifornia 

American Club, Abraham Turner manager, 20 Ellis 

American Concentrated Must Co., D. Henshaw Ward 
general manager and secretary, 508 California, 
room 35 

AMERICAN COHTRACTIM CO., .,.».„=. 

Wbittier manager, manufacturers as- 
phaltum roofs and sidewalks, con- 
tractors for taking down old build- 
ings, etc., and dealers in second-liand 
bricks and lumber, W s Seventh nr 
Berry 
American Credit Indemnity Co. The, E. W. Keeler 
agent, 214 Sansome 



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lircRUk'iit, Edward F. Weihe snijeriuteudeut, 
Haiuiiel IT. Macfarlan luauager, main office 007 
Market, brauch offices 205 Sutter cor Kearny, 
Market. Taylor and Golden Gate Av ; 839 Sutter- 
W. U. Tel., C. P. RR. Bld« ; W. U. Tel., Oakland 
ferry: W. V. Tel., NE cor Pine and Montgomery; 
Valencia and 2>d ; 2403 California; 503 Hayes- 
W. U. Tel.. 20U Market; Palace Hotel; Baldwin 
Hotel ; W. U. Tel., Palace Hotel ; W. U. Tel., cor 
Cihlifornia and Front; W.U.Tel., Ill Market - 
W. V. Tel., 228 California 
American Drufj Store, 1002 Market 
Anierii-nn Klectricul Works (Providence, R. 
I.) office 3.5 Market 

AMERICAN EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY 

INSURANCE CO. of New Jersey, R. B. 

Colqiilioitii resident manager, room 

36 Mills Bldg-, 5tU floor 
American Excliano^e Hotel, American Exchange 

Hotel Co. proprietors, 319-325 Sansome 
American Excliange Hotel Co., Charles Mont- 
gomery president, J. T. Wiseman secretary, 

proprietors American Exchange Hotel, 319-325 

Sansome 
American Exploring Co, J. L. Rathborne president, 

A. H. Ricketts secretary, 201 Crocker Bldg 
American Fire Insurance Co. (of New York) 

Butler & Haldan general agents 413 California 
American Fire Insurance Co. (of Pbiladel- 

phia) Brown, Craig & Co. general agents, 508-510 

California 
American Fishing Co., Pardini & Co. proptrs. 500-506 

Merchant 
American Foresters' Hall Association, C. H. Bremer 

secretary, 122 O'Fatrell 
American Gas Governor Co., Archibald Ford presi- 
dent, W. Oscar Ludoviei secretary, .123 Sutter 
American Grocery Co., George E. Sheldon & 

Co. proprietors, grocers and importers, 541 Geary 

and 530 .Jones 
American Hall, NW cor Leavenworth and Pacific 
American Improvement Co., J. W. Morehead presi- 
dent. S. S. Burge secretary, general contractors 

121 Market 
American Indicator Co. The, George W. Reynolds 

manager, 324 Pine, room 7 
American Institute of Architects, S. P. Chapter 408 

California ' 

American Insurance Co. (of Bo.'^ton) Maxwell & Berrv 

general agtnts. 421 California 
American Insurance Co. (of Newark. N. J ) Balfour 

Guthrie & Co. agents, George W. Spencer mani 

oger, 310 California 
Americiin Investment Union (of New York) William 

H. Pettis maua^'er, 210 Sansome, rooms 1-2 
American Investment Union Agency, 14 Sansome 
American Laundry, Henry Waller proptr, 92'l Mission 

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR 

a fialernal, co-operative, beneficial 
ana protective orjsfanizaf ion ; iusur- 
a"*iw.n" •■'?««" »>."»ent pl;.n, from .$500 to 
».-»,UUO; sick benefits from Si to $30 
per week; ifiiarantee and enier.r©„,.v 
Junda amountlna to over $500,000.00, 

the State Treasurer of Massacliusetts • 
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AMERICAN LUCOL CO. 

Tile, Frederick W. Zeile president, 
William Letts Oliver secretary and 
manager, oflice 308 Market 

American Mercantile Union, office 117 Main 
American Oil Co., J. O. Low president, G. L. 

Partridge secntary and treasurer, wholesale oil, 

paints, varnishes, etc., 11-15 Main, factory W s 

7th, bet Kinp and Townsend 
American Powder Packing Co. (incorporated) William 

B. Bourn president. D.A. Jennings secretary, 401 

C.Tlifornia, room 14 

AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION 

*10 Sansome, <;eneral oflice :i!4-:{Ir 
Vesey Street, New York, O. J. Smitli 
president, G. W. Ciimminjrs treasurer, 
AV. G. Benton mana<fer S. F. oflice 

American Railway Construction and Land Improve- 
ment Co., Francis Bridges president, Theodore 
Kempcrt secretary, 331 Pine, room 

American River Land and Lumber Co. 

(El Dorado Co. Gal.) A. J. Ralston pre.sldeut, 
Joshua Barker secretary, Horatio P. Llvermore 
manager, 320 Sansome, room 15 
American Safety Fuel Co.. Pacific Coast Agency, 
Gforge J. Sudlow general agent, 823 Market 

AMERICAN SALT CO. THE 

p. Marsicano president, S. O. Putnam 
secretary, office 317 Sacramento, fac- 
tory Beale Street Wliaif 

American Samson, physician, 405 Kearny, r. 2020 

Mission 
American Sheridan, incandescent worker Edison 

Light and Power Co., r. 909 Mission 
American Smokeless Boiler Co., Green Majors presi- 
dent, Archie J. Treat secretary, 17 Safe Deposit 

Bldg 
American Straw Works, E. 0. Seavey president, L. W. 

Sanborn secretary, 14, 2d 
American Sunday School Union, 735 Market 
American Surety Co. (of New York) James R. 

Garnies agent, 219 Sansome 
American-Swiss Exchange Lodging House, August 

Hauser, proptr, 519 Mission 
American Tobacco Co. The, San Francisco 

Depot, 701 Front 

AMERICAN TOOL WORKS 

(successors to Day tSc Pracy) Eastwood 
Si Wilson proprietors, manufacturers 
^vell boriiiff tools, crank axles, goose 
necks, steel and iron sliafts, dredger 
forfj-injj a speci.ilty, 109 Mission 

American Tract Societj-, George Walker man- 
ager, 735 Market 

American Type Foundry, Painter & Co., 510 
Clay 

American Veterinary Hospital (Campbell & 
Creely), 820 Howard, telfphone 3:i0i; 

American Whip Co.(Westfield, Mass), Keystone Bros, 
agents, 21, l^t 

American AVringer Co., Tlie, F. M. Umphred 
general agent. 812 Larkin 

Amerii.e Charles H.(Amerine & Wilson), r. 815 Mont- 
gomery 

Amerine & Wilson (C. II. Amerine and F. E. Wilson), 
map publishers, 815 Montgomery 

Amerman Jacob B., secretary J. B. Amerman Co., 321 
(iuliforuia. r. 810 O'Farrell 

Amerman J. B. Co., Jacob B. Amerman, secretary, 
printers, 321 California 

Amerosa Filipo, laborer, r. 11 Pollard PI 

Ames Alice MIfs. r. 1312 Taylor 

Ames Amanda M., widow, r. 117 Cumberland 

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Ames Amos, broker, r. 280 Minna 
Ames Benjamin, printer, r. 1106 Mason 
Ames Benjamin, salesman, r. 229 J^, 6th 
Ames Benjamin F., teamster, r. 541 Stevenson 
Ames Benjamin F. Jr., carrier Post Oface.r. 541 Stev- 
enson 
Ames Charles E., compositor, r. 541 Stevenson 
Ames Charles L., paper hanger, r. 905 Market 
Ames Edward H., clerk, r. 821 Capp 
Ames Edwin E., manager Studebaker Bros. 

Manufacturing Co., cor Market and Tenth, r. 1019 

Buchanan 
Ames Ed-win M., clerk, r. 1019 Bnchanan 
Ames F. H. & Co., (Frank H. Ames and Leon 

A. Maison) wholesale commission merchants, 216 

Front 
Ames Fisher, attorney at law and fire com- 
missioner, 220 Sansome, rooms 10-12, r. 3017 

Washington 
Ames Frank H. (F. H. Ames & Co.), r. 717 Fillmore 
Ames Frank M. (Duggan & Ames), r. 1024 Clay 
Ames Frank M., laborer, r. 1106 Mason 
Ames Frank M., salesman Nathan, Dohrmann & Co., 

r. 719 Golden Gate Av 
Ames Frederick, plumber, r. 751 Howard 
Ames Frederick F., salesman Jos. Fredericks & Co., 

r. 2214 Broderlck 
Ames George E., agent Union Iron Works, NE 

cor. Mission and First, r. 3010 Clay 
Ames George E. Jr., clerk Union Iron Works, r. 3010 

Clay 
Ames George H., clerk Jos. Fredericks & Co., r. 1 

Hollis 
Ames George S. .marine engineer S. P. Co.,r. Alameda 
Ames George W., painter, r. 24 Hartford 
Ames Gerald, boxmaker, r. 1106 Mason 
Ames Helen Miss, librarian Boys Free Reading Room, 

64 Silver, r. 1535 Jones 
Ames Henry K., porter, r. 821 Capp 
Ames Henry M. Jr., clerk Miller & Lux, r. 534 5| Turk 
Ames Howard C, salesman Studebaker Bros. Mnfg 

Co., r. 423 Broderick 
Ames J. H. (Ames & Harris) r. Oakland 
Ames John, engineer, r. 411 Eddy 
Ames John F.. foreman Ames & Harris, r. Oakland 
Ames Joseph V., clerk, r. 1031 Clay 
Ames J. P. (Ames h Harris) r. Oakland 
Ames J. Walker, bookkeeper Geo. F. Grant, r. 1505 

Jones 
Ames Mary A., widow, r. 821 Capp 



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Amiot Frank, laundryman, r. 1741 Mission 
Amiot Narcisse. carpenter, r. 22 Turk 
Amiraux Geller, bookkeeper, r. 130 Page 
Amiraux Peter, secretary Enterprise Mill and 

Building Co., 217-225 Spear, r. 130 Page 
Ammann Adolph, tanner, r. 1208 Kearny 
Ammann Frederick W., bookkeeper Feigenbaum & 

Co., r. 1208 Kearny 

AM ME UUP Gi importer and 
wholesale and retail dealer paints, 
oils, glass, -wallpaper, etc., 1314 Mar- 
ket, r. St. Nicholas Hotel 

Amon John, carpenter J. K. Prior, r. 13 Mason 

Amos John D., clerk Goodall, Perkins & Co., r. 528 
Ellis 

Amos John T.. bookkeeper Weekly Benefit Society of 
America, r. 217 Elm Av 

Amos J. Philip, receiving teller The Hibernia Sav- 
ings and Loan Society, r. 929 Grove 

Amos Louise I., widow, r. 929 Grove 

Amphlett Richard M., clerk W. & J. Sloane & Co., r. 
1306 Leavenworth 

Amrock Patrick J., r. 118 Sunnyside Av 

AmsdenE., cashier Continental Insurance Co., r. 1107 
Van Ness Av 

Amsel Martin B., barber, r. 129a, 14th 

Amsel Rosa, widow, r. 463 Stevenson 

Amstein George E., carpenter, r. 256 Clementina 

Arastein Nina Miss, dressmaking, 254 Clementina 

Amundsen Lena Miss, clerk general freight dept, S. 
P. Co.,r. 722 Shotwell 

Amy Gustave Ii., insurance agent and commis- 
sion merchant, 317 California, r. Golden West 
Hotel 

Amyott Charles, conductor, r. 539 Birch Av 

Anaker Andrew G. B., tailor, r. 468 Jessie 



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Anderfuren Katie, widow, r. 819, 20th 

Anderfuren William J., patternmaker, 110 Beale, r. 

320 Bartlett 
Anderka Andrew, millhand, r. 736 Green 
Anderlenl Anton, hostler, r. 219 Laurel Av 
Anderllni Gabriele, porter, r. 509, 7th 
Anders Albert A. shipping clerk New Home Sewing 

Machine Co., r. 436 J^, 6th 
Anders E. , cooper, r. 787 Folsom 
Anders James B., carpenter, r. 718 Valencia 
Anders Julius, trunkmafier, r. 246, 4th 
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American District Teleirrapli, Frank Jnyncs 
Iircsideut, Edward F. Weihe siiperintendeut, 
Hamuel H. Macfarlau manager, main office 607 
Market, branch offices 205 Sutter cor Kearny, 
Market. Taylor and Golden Gate Av ; 839 Sutter- 
W. U. Tel., G. P. RR. Bklfj ; W. U. Tel., Oakland 
ferry: W. U. Tel., NE cor Pine and Montgomery; 
Valencia and ^'id ; 2403 California ; 503 Hayes • 
W. U. Tol., 20(J Market; Palace Hotel; Bald'win 
Hotel ; W. U. Tel., Palace Hotel ; W. U. Tel., cor 
California and Front; W. U. Tel., Ill Market- 
W. U. Tel., 228 California 
American Drug- Store, 1002 Market 
American Klectricul Works (Providence, R. 
I.) office 3.5 Market 

AMERICAN EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY 

INSURANCE CO. of New Jersey, R. B. 
CoIqiiUoun resident nianaijer, room 
^6 mills Blclg-, 5tU tloor 

American Kxclian^e Hotel, American Exchange 
Hotel Co. proiirietors, 319-325 Sansome 

American Exchange Hotel Co., Charles Mont- 
gomery president, J. T. Wiseman secretary, 
proprietors American Exchange Hotel, 319-325 
Sansome 

American Exploring Co , J. L. Eathborne president, 
A. H. Ricketts secretary, 201 Crocker Bldg 

American Fire Insurance Co. (of New York) 
Butler & Haldan general agents 413 California 

American Fire Insurance Co, (of Philadel- 
phia) Brown, Craig & Co. general agents, 508-510 
California 

American Fishing Co., Pardini & Co. proptrs, 500-506 
Merchant 

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l.'.'L' * "•»"""'>•»« to over «50O,000.OO, 
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AMERICAN LUCOL CO. 

The, Frederick \\. Zeile president, 
William Letts Oliver secretary and 
ma naffer, office ;J08 Market 

American Mercantile Union, ollice 117 Main 
American Oil Co., J. O. Low prenident. G. L. 

Partridge secretary and treasurer, wholesale oil, 

paints, varnishes, etc., 11-15 Main, factory W s 

7th, bet King and Townsend 
American Powder Packing Co. (incorporated) William 

B. Bourn president. D.A. Jennings secretary, -101 

U.nliforuia, room 14 

AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION 

*iO Kansome, yeneral office '.I'i-M 
Vesey Street, New York, O. J. Smith 
president, G. W. Cnmmin<;s treasurer, 
W. G. Benton manayer S. F. office 

American Railway Conhtruction and Land Improve- 
ment Co., Francis Bridges president, Theodore 
Kempert secretary, 331 Pine, room 6 

American River Land and Lumber Co. 

(El Dorado Co. Cal.) A. J. RaLston president, 
Joshua Barker secretary, Horatio P. Livermore 
manager, 320 Sansome, room 15 
American Safety Fuel Co.. Pacific Coast Agency, 
G.'orge ,J. Sudlow general agent, 823 Market 

AMERICAN SALT CO. THE 

p. Marslcano president, S. O. Putnam 
secretary, office 217 Sacramento, fac- 
tory Beale Street Wliarf 

American Samson, physician, 405 Kearny, r. 2020 

Mission 
American Sheridan, incandescent worker Edison 

Light and Power Co., r. 969 Mission 
American Smokeless Boiler Co., Green Majors presi- 
dent, Archie J. Treat secretary, 17 Safe Deposit 

Bldg 
American Straw Works, E. 0. Seavey president, L. W. 

Sanborn secretary, 14, 2d 
American Sunday School Union, 735 Market 
American Surety Co. (of New York) James R. 

Garuisa agent, 219 Sausome 
American. Swiss Exchange Lodging House, August 

Hauser, proptr, 519 Mission 
American Tobacco Co. The, San Francisco 

Depot, 701 Front 



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Ames Amos, broker, r. 280 Minna 
Ames Benjamin, printer, r. 1106 Mason 
Ames Benjamin, salesman, r. 229 M, 6th 
Ames Benjamin F., teamster, r. 541 Stevenson 
Ames Benjamin F. Jr., carrier Post OflELce, r. 541 Stev- 
enson 
Ames Cbarles E., compositor, r. 541 Stevenson 
Ames Charles L., paper hanger, r. 905 Market 
Ames Edward H., clerk, r. 821 Capp 
Ames Edwin E., manager Studebaker Bros. 
Mamifacturing Co., cor Market and Tenth, r. 1019 
Buchanan 
Ames Edwin M., clerk, r. 1019 Bnchanan 
Ames F. H. & Co., (Frank H. Ames and Leon 
A. Maison) wholesale commission merchants, 216 
Front 
Ames Fisher, attorney at law and fire com- 
missioner, 220 Sansome, rooms 10-12, r. 3017 
Washington 
Ames Frank H. (F. H. Ames & Co.), r. 717 Fillmore 
Ames Frank M. (Duggan & Ames), r. 1024 Clay 
Ames Frank M., laborer, r. 1106 Mason 
Ames Frank M., salesman Nathan, Dohrmann & Co., 

r. 719 Golden Gate Av 
Ames Frederick, plumber, r. 751 Howard 
Ames Frederick F., salesman Jos. Fredericks & Co., 

r. 2214 Broderick 
Ames George E., agent Union Iron Works, NE 

cor. Mission and First, r. 3010 Clay 
Ames George E. Jr., clerk Union Iron Works, r. 3010 

Clay 
Ames George H., clerk Jos. Fredericks & Co., r. 1 

Hollis 
Ames George S., marine engineer S. P. Co.,r. Alameda 
Ames George W., painter, r. 24 Hartford 
Ames Gerald, boxmaker, r. 1106 Mason 
Ames Helen Miss, librarian Boys Free Reading Room, 

64 Silver, r. 15.S5 Jones 
Ames Henry K., porter, r. 821 Capp 
Ames Henry M. Jr., clerk Miller & Lux, r. 534 5^ Turk 
Ames Howard C, salesman Studebaker Bros. Mnfg 

Co., r. 423 Broderick 
Ames J. H. (Ames & Harris) r. Oakland 
Ames John, engineer, r. 411 Eddy 
Ames John F.. foreman Ames k Harris, r. Oakland 
Ames Joseph V., clerk, r. 1031 Clay 
Ames J. P. (Ames & Harris) r. Oakland 
Ames J. Walker, bookkeeper Geo. F. Grant, r. 1505 

Jones 
Ames Mary A., widow, r. 821 Capp 
Ames Mary E., widow, r. 1106 Blason 
Ames Mary 8. Miss, teacher, r. 1505 Jones 
Ames Nicholas C, agent r. 809J4 Guerrero 
Ames Oscar, cutter Tonner, Weil & Co., r. Berkeley 
Ames Pelham W., assistant secretary Spring 
Valley Water Works, and member Board of Edu- 
cation, r. 1312 Taylor 
Ames Simon R., teamster, r. 821 Capp 
Ames Walker J., bookkeeper, r. 1505 Jones 
Ames Walter F., clerk H. S. Crocker Co., r. 1222 La- 
gun a 
Ames William C, purser steamer Corona, r. Oakland 
Ames William R., brass finisher, r. 1505 Jones 
Ames Worthington, bookkeeper Nevada Bank, r. 1312 

Taylor 
Ames & Harris (J. P. and J. H. Ames and Edwin F. 
Harris) manufacturers bags, tents, awnings, and 
importers bags and bagging materials, and deal- 
ers rubber clothing and Tower's oiled clothing, 
100-104 Sacramento and 101-103 Drumm 
Amette Jean, barber, 1317 Mission, r. 243, 8th 
Amey Charles H., machinist, r. 1563)^ Market 
Amiatte John, clerk L C. Cull, r. 18J^, 24th 
Amidon Cyrus T., salesman Bax)hael Weill & Co., r. 

539 O'Farrell 
Amiot Etlenne, r. 1324 Florida 
Amiot Eugene M., laborer, r. 1324 Florida 




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Amiot Frank, laundryman, r. 1741 Mission 
Amiot Narcisse, carpenter, r. 22 Turk 
Amiraux Geller, bookkeeper, r. 130 Page 
Amiraiix Peter, secretary Enterprise Mill and 

Building Co., 217-225 Spear, r. 130 Page 
Ammann Adolph, tanner, r. 1208 Kearny 
Ammann Frederick W., bookkeeper Feigenbaum & 

Co., r. 1208 Kearny 

AMMEUUP G. importer and 
■wliolesale and retail dealer paints, 
oils, glass, Trail paper, etc., 1314 Mar- 
iLet, r. St. Nicholas Hotel 

Amon John, carpenter J. K. Prior, r. 13 Mason 
Amos John D., clerk Goodall, Perkins & Co., r. 528 

Ellis 
Amos John T.. bookkeeper Weekly Benefit Society of 

America, r. 217 Elm Av 
Amos J. Philip, receiving teller The Hibernia Sav- 
ings and Loan Society, r. 929 Grove 
Amos Louise I., widow, r, 929 Grove 
Amphlett Richard M., clerk W. & J. Sloane & Co., r. 

1306 Leavenworth 
Amrock Patrick J., r. 118 Sunnyside Av 

AmsdenE., cashier Continental Insurance Co., r. 1107 
Van Ness Av 

Amsel Martin B., barber, r. 129a, 14th 

Amsel Rosa, widow, r. 463 Stevenson 

Amstein George E., carpenter, r. 256 Clementina 

Amstein Nina Miss, dressmaking, 254 Clementina 

Amundsen Lena Miss, clerk general freight dept, S. 
P. Co.,r. 722 Shotwell 

Amy Gustave li., insurance agent and commis- 
sion merchant, 317 California, r. Golden West 
Hotel 

Amyott Charles, conductor, r. 539 Birch Av 

Anaker Andrew G. B., tailor, r. 468 Jessie 

Anastasia Giuseppi, barber, r. 1113 Kearny 

Anastasia John, barber, r. 1113 Kearny 

Anatomical Museum, L. J. Jordan & Co., props, 1051 
Market 

Ance John, stonecutter, r. 608, 6th 

Ancell William S., carpenter, r. NW cor Solano and 
Iowa ^ , 

Anchick Elizabeth, widow, r. 1133 Treat Av 

Anchor Coal and Development Co., Ira P. Rankin 
president, James R. Little, secretary, 108, 1st 

Anchor Saloon, Detels & Schneider, proprietors, 
8 Sacramento 

Ancient Order of Foresters, John Falconer 
permanent secretary, 102 O'Farrell 

Ancient Order of Foresters' Building. 102 O'Farrell 

Ancient Order of Foresters' Hall Association, 102 
O'Farrell ^ . 

Ancient Order of Foresters of America, 
C. H. Bremer grand secretary, 122 O'Farrell, Al- 
cazar Bldg -,^0, 

Ancient Order United TVorkmen, D. S, 
Hirshberg grand recorder, 65-66 Flood Bldg 

Ancoui William, usher, r. 502 Mason 

Ancre, Carl, cabinetworker, r. 40 Minna 

Anderegg Rudolph, driver, r. 4, 13th 

Andeifson Johann A., r. 33Rausoh 

Anderfuren Charles C, patternmaker, r. 320 Bartlett 

Anderfuren Katie, widow, r. 819, 20th 

Anderfuren William J., patternmaker, 110 Beale, r. 
320 Bartlett 

Anderka Andrew, millhand, r. 736 Green 

Anderleni Auton, hostler, r. 219 Laurel Av 

Anderlinl Gabriele, porter, r. 509, 7th 

Anders Albert A. shipping clerk New Home Sewing 
Machine Co., r. 436 M, 6th 

Anders E., cooper, r. 787 Folsom 

Anders James B., carpenter, r. 718 Valencia 

Anders Julius, trunkmaker, r. 246, 4th 

Andersen A. D., laborer, r. 425 Ringold 



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Andersen Albert, waiter C. G. Larsen 

Andersen Alice Miss, saleslady Nathan, Dohrmann & 

Co., r. 2JG Colliugwood 
Andersen Andrew, laborer, r. Kosciusko, nr Old 

Hickory 
Andersen Andrew C, poultry ranch, 5th Av, bet I 

and J, South S. F. 
Andersen Auaustiue, widow, r. 25 Minna 
Andersen B. J., laborer, r. 220 Michigan 
Andersen Brothers (Louis and Martin) liquors, 209 

East 
Andersen Carl A., seaman, r. 6 Union 
Andersen Charles (G. J. Burgheim & Co.) 331 Mont- 
gomery, rooms 1-2 
Andersen Charles, bricklayer, r. 241 Minna 
Andersen Charles, laborer, r. 21 Preston PI 
Andersen Charles, master tugboat Alice, 34-36 Steu- 

art, r. Alameda 
Andersen Charles •!., r. 308 Minnesota 
Andersen Christian, carpenter, r. 503, 24th 
Andersen Christian, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Andersen Christian, waiter G. G. Larsen 
Andersen Edward, seaman, r. 2308 Taylor 
Andersen Edward A., cigars, 104 J4 East, r. Berkeley 
Andersen F. A., r. 336 Polk 

Andersen Fritjof T., longshoreman, r. 3 Alger PI 
Andersen H. fireman Pac. Roll. Mill 
Andersen Hans, seaman, r. 25 Steuart 
Andersen Hans, seaman, r. 250 Spear 
Andersen Harold, feeder Galloway Litho. Co., r. 1513 

Montgomery 
Andersen Henry, drirer, r. 7 Medau PI 
Andersen H. G., bedmaker Bonanza House 
Andersen Holger, blacksmith, r. 739, 4th 
Andersen Jacob, laborer, r. 1508 Kentucky 
Andersen James, sboemaker, 611 Laguna 
Andersen Jens P., paver, r. cor. Chenery and Crotou 

Av 
Andersen John, baker, r. 435 Pine 
Andersen John, California wines and brandies, 427 

California, r. 2531 Post 
Andersen Julius, carpenter, 625 WaBhington, r. 336, 

27th 
Andersen Lena Miss, r. 128 3<! Fern Av 
Andersen Louis (Anderson Bros), r 209 East 
Andersen Louis, laborer, r. 207 Montgomery Av 
Andersen Marcus, gripman, r. 712 Lett 
Andersen Martin (Andersen Bros), r. 209 East 
Andersen Martin, master mariner, r. 12 Glover 
Andersen Mii-hael, seaman, r. 26 Folsom 
Andersen Nicholas C, paper hanger, r. 154 Octavia 
Andersen Nicholay J. T., seaman, r. 7 Bernard 
Andersen Niels F. J., cutter A. Shlrek & Co., r. 118 

Eddy 
Andersen Nielsen, janitor, r. 220 Montgomery Av 
Andersen Nils, carpenter, r. 4 Central Court 
Andersen Nils, carpenter, r 209 East 
Andersen Olof, master mariner, r. 45 ?4 Ritch 
Andersen Olof, seaman, r. 6 Union 
Andersen Peter, seaman, r. 27 East 
Andersen Peter C, carwasher, r. 1605 J^ Mason 
Andersen William, master schr Margaret C, office 

pier 7 Steuart 
(^"Andersen. See Anderson and Andresen. 
Anderson A., carpenter, r. 434 Minna 
Anderson A., laborer, r. 1919 Mason 
Anderson Abraham, cabinetmaker, r. 833, ISth 
Anderson A. C & Co. (John C. and A. C. B. Anderson) 

groceries and liquors, NW cor Sanchez and 29th 
Anderson A. C. Boyson (A. C. Anderson & Co) r. 1536 

Sanchez 
Anderson Adolph, gripman, r. 1024 Hyde 
Anderson Adolph, liquors, W s 7th Av. ur. D 
Anderson Adolph F., laborer, r. 15H0 Kentucky 
Ander.iou Agncs, widow, r. 1113 >i York 
Anderson Albert, r. 439 Jessie 
Anderson Albert, clerk, r. 933 Mission 



Anderson Albert, deckhand, r. .'>2l Mission 

Anderson Albert (H. Shrader & Co.) r. 1741,23d 

Anderson Albert, liquors, 626 Jackson 

Anderson Albert, oyster ton^er M. B. Moragban 

Anderson Albert, seaman, r. 806, 3d 

Anderson Albert, waiter, r. 650, 4th 

Anderson Albert O., foreman Schussler Bros. ,r, 820 

Grove 
Anderson Albert V., clerk J. J. O'Brien & Co., i. 206 

Minna 
Anderson Alexander, boilermaker, r. 19 Moss 
Anderson Alexander, carpenter, r. 126, 5th 
Anderson Alexander, driver, r. 2321 Pine 
Anderson Alexander, liquor dealer, r. 1325 Dupont 
Anderson Alexander, seaman, r. 922 Battery 
Anderson Alfred, carpenter, r. Joy bet Brewster and 

California Av, B. H. 
Anderson Alfred, marble cutter, r. 963 Howard 
Anderson Alfred, seaman, r. 6 Union 
Anderson Alfred, seaman, r. 24 Howard 
Anderson Alfred, seaman, r. 72 Natoma 
Anderson Alfred, tanner, r. 8 s 15th Av nr R, South 

S. F. 
Anderson Alfred, with Union Iron Works, r. 217 

Mississippi 
Anderson Alfred E., bookkeeper Cal. Transportation 

Co., r. 313 Bartlett 
Anderson Alfred P., blacksmitli helper, r. 1 Rola 

Court 
Anderson Amandus, gripman, r. 1227 Pacific 
Anderson Amelia, domestic, 604 Capp 
Anderson Amelia Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1631 Clay 
Anderson Andres B., oysterraan, r. 1206 Larkin 
Anderson Andrew (Anderson & Anderson) r. 2 Wash- 
ington 
Anderson Andrew, boat builder, r. 9}^ Clyde 
Anderson Andrew, cabinetmkr, r. 519 >^ Stevenson 
Anderson Andrew, deckhand stmr Piedmont, r. Oak- 

land 
Anderson Andrew, first officer S. P. Co. r. Oakland 
Anderson Andrew, ironer La Grande Laundry 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 432!^ Tehama 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 612 Howard 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 2160 Harrison 
Anderson Andrew, machinist, r. 218 Perry 
Anderson Andrew, master mariner, r. 245, 9th 
Anderson Andrew, plumber, r. 317M Union 
Anderson Andrew, printer, r. 1 White 
Anderson Andre'^v, proprietor Southern Pacific 

Railroad Restaurant, 638-644 Fourth,r. 642 Fourth 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 122, 25th 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 409, 1st 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 533 Howard 
Anderson Andrew, stonecutter, r. 1417 Jackson 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, 510 Howard 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 1403 Montgomery 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 1921 Sau Carlos Av 
Anderson Andrew, teamster, r. 43 Minna 
Anderson Andrew, teamster, r. E s Indiana nr Yolo 
Anderson Andrew, upholsterer, r. 228 Taylor 
Anderson Andre'w, vice-president Lewis, Ander- 
son & Co., 33 East, r. 119 Capp 
Anderson Andrew, waiter, r. 532 Bryant 
Anderson Andrew C. , barber, r. 719 Lombard 
Anderson Andrew F., marine engineer, r. 9 Mission 
Anderson Andrew H., salesman, r. 843 Howard 
Anderson Andrew J., carriagemaker 1927 Mission, r. 

923 Capp 
Anderson Andrew P., machinist, r. 506 Sanchez 
Anderson Annie J. Miss, glovemaker, r. 1706 Post 
Anderson Anson, laborer, r. 678 Bryant 
Anderson Anton C, storekeeper Risdon I. and L. 

Works, r, 121 Stockton 
Anderson Anton S., conductor Sutter St. Ry., r 821 

Larkin 
Anderson Antone, master schooner Dreadnaught, 

office Pier 22 Steuart 



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Anderson Antonio, harness cleaner, r. 5 Manning PI 
Anderson Archibald A., collector S. F. Dist. Tel. Co., 

r. 838 Mission 
Anderson Arnt. seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Anderson Arthur, carpenter, r. 833, 15th 
Anderson Arthur Rev,, pastor Fifteenth Avenue M. 

E. Church, r. 15 Frankfort Av 
Anderson August, carpenter, r. 1616 Leavenworth 
Anderson August, seaman, r. 27 East 
Anderson August W., cook, r. 422 Natoma 
Anderson Axel, oystermsn, r. 631 Bryant 
Anderson Axel, seaman, r. 348, 4th 
Anderson Axel, seaman, r. 554, 2d 
Anderson Axel H., stableman, r. 124 Erie 
Anderson Axel J., shoemaker, 1006 3^ Valencia 
Anderson Axel R., baker, r. 279 Jessie 
Anderson B. Mrs,, r. 1004 Bush 
Anderson Barney A., celluloid goods, 1139 Market 
Anderson Benjamin, sawyer, r. Ocean View 
Anderson Benjamin, tanner, r. 14th Av, bet N & P, 

South S. F. 
Anderson Benjamin F., waiter, r. 168 Tehama 
Anderson Bennett, rigger, r. 137 M Mississippi 
Anderson Bernard, painter, r. 733 Stevenson 
Anderson Brothers (John and Henry W.) wood and 

coal, 361 Brannan 
Anderson Brothers (Richard K. and William B.) con- 
tractors and builders, 17 City Hall Av 
Anderson C, ropemaker, r. 2315 Mason 
Anderson Cal. L., barber, r. 21 Stockton PI 
AndersoD Carest, waiter, r. 441 Hayes 
Anderson Carl, r. 1123, 21st 
Anderson Carl, coachman, 1743 Franklin 
Anderson Carl, druggist, r. 1123}^, 21st 
Anderson Carl Rev., pastor Swedish Evangelical 

Mission Church, r. 633 Natoma 
Anderson Carl, tailor, r. 3 Lily Av 
Anderson Carl, tanner, r. 15th Av, nr R, South S. F. 
Anderson Carl C, teamster, r. 6 Redwood Court 
Anderson Caspar H. H., master mariner, r. 121}^ 

Francisco 
Anderson Charles, r. NW cor Bush and Steiner 
Anderson Ctiarles, oardriver, r. 542, 6th 
Anderson Charles, carpenter, r. 1312)^ Alabama 
Anderson Charles, cook, r.'539}^ Stevenson 
Anderson Charles, dishwasher, r. 532 Eddy 
Anderson Charles, driver, r. 16135^ Baker^ 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 21 Bryant Av 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. Ill Welsh 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 455 Bowles PI 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 507, 6th 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 532 3^ Eddy 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 1326, 26th 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. Mission Koad, opp 

Crescent Av, College Hill 
Anderson Charles, laundryman, r. 309 3^, 13th 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Anderson Charles, molder, r. 1057 Bryant 
Anderson Charles, painter, r. 512 Bush 
Anderson Charles, quartermaster, r. 18 De Boom 
Anderson Charles, restaurant, 15 Leidesdorff, r. 737 

Howard 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 6 Union 
Anderson Cbarles, seaman, r. 17 Stanley PI 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 27 East 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. \\io% Freelon 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 122 M, 25th 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r.l41 Natoma 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 314 Ritch 
Anderson Charles, stevedore, r. 106 Greenwich 
Anderson Charles, tailor, r. 3 LilyAv 
Anderson Charles, tanner, r. SW cor Railroad and 8th 

Avs, South S. F. 
Anderson Charles A., bartender, r. 266 Minna 
Anderson Charles A., carpenter, r. 937 3*5, 14th 
Anderson Charles A., carpenter, r. 2429 Js Harrison 
Anderson Charles i., laborer, r. 417 Clementina 



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Anderson Charles A., marine engineer, r. 9 Mission 
Anderson Charles A., with H. F. Suhr & Co. 
Anderson Charles A. S., cardriver, r. 1217}$ Florida 
Anderson Charles C, clerk Stulz Bros., r. 1613}^ 

Baker 
Anderson Charles 0., clerk F. B. Hulting, r. 1812}^ 

Geary 
Anderson Charles E., baker, r. 1023 Guerrero 
Anderson Charles E., bookkeeper, r. 718 Buchanan 
Anderson Charles E., clerk J. A. Folger & Co., r. 266 

Minna 
Anderson Charles E., plumber, 1616 Polk, r. 235 Chat- 
tanooga 
Anderson Charles E., tallowmaker, r. 19th Av, nr I, 

South S. F. 
Anderson Charles E., teamster, r. 420, 2d 
Anderson Charles F., elevatorman, r. 838 Mission 
Anderson Charles F., laborer, r. 438. 5th 
Anderson Charles G., cigars. 168 East 
Anderson Charles H., house painter, 2128 Fillmore, 

r. 518 Second Av 
Anderson Charles J., laundryman, r. 3017, 16th 
Anderson Charles J., longshoreman, r. 3 Clyde 
Anderson Charles J., tailor, r. 1029 Hampshire 
Anderson Charles J., waiter, r. 127 Bay 
Anderson Charles M., salesman Pacific Roll Paper 

Co., r. 718 Buchanan 
Anderson Charles O., painter, r. 1010 Natoma 
Anderson Charles 8., cook, r. 539Jg Stevenson 









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Anderson Charles W., tailor, r. 24 Mint Av 

Anderson Christian, r. 1513 Montgomery 

Anderson Christian, blacksmith, r. 1218}^ Folsom, 

rear 
Anderson Christian, carpenter, r. 135 Dore 
Anderson Christian, carriagemaker,415, 6th, r. 427 6th 
Anderson Christian, clerk, Montgomery hotel 
Anderson Christian, painter, r. 32 Second 
Anderson Christian, teamster, Wm. Kerr 
Anderson Christina, widow, groceries and liquors, 

SW cor. 20th and Hampshire 
Anderson Christine Miss, coffee saloon, 415 Stockton 
Anderson Christopher, r. 1512, 21st 
Anderson Christopher, laborer, r. 6 Ocean Terrace 
Anderson Clarence Li., superintendent Omnibus 

Cable Co., r. 421 Baker 
Anderson Conrad, r. S s PIxley, nr. Buchanan 
Anderson Cornelius, carpenter, *r. 2 Elliot Park 
Anderson C. Oscar G., piledriver, r. 1335 Folsom 
Anderson C. S. Miss, teacher painting St. Katherine's 

School, r. 1424 Ellis 
Anderson Daniel, steam fitter, r. 122 Geary 
Anderson Daniel, tailor, r. 415 East 
Anderson David, seaman, r. 205 Bryant 
Anderson David, seaman ,r. 1402 Montgomery 
Anderson David L., salesman Allison, Neff & Co.,r. 

1926 Ellis 
Anderson D. Luther, with Chicago and Northwestern 

Railway Co., r. Russ House 
Anderson E. B., r. 459 Stevenson 
Anderson Edward, painter, r. 1013 Mission 
Anderson Edward, seaman, r. 420 Battery 
Anderson Edward B, printer, r. 234. 11th 



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Kncaustic, Glazed and Plain. 

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Anderson Edward E, gripnian, r. 910 Natoma 
Anderson Edward J., seaman, r. 20e Steuart 
Anderson Kdwin, carpenter, r. 439 Jessie 
Anderson E. L , conductor, r. 213 Austin 
Anderson Ella Hiss, dressmaker, r. 8U O'Farrell 
Anderson Ellen, domestic Cal. Woman's Hospital 
Anderson Ellen, lodgings, 310, 4th 
Anderson Ellsworth E., macbluehand, r. 847 Howard 
Anderson Elmer A. bartender, r. 970 Harrison 
Anderson Emanuel, carpenter, r. 21)i5 Pond 
Anderson Emll, driver, r. 100 McAllister 
Anderson Emil, machinist, r.E s Connecticut nr Napa 
Anderson Emil C, clerk Blake, Moffitt & Towne, r. 

266 Minna 
Anderson Emlle M., seaman, r. 739, 4th 
Anderson. E. R., clerk, r. 407 Mason 
Anderson Eric, r. 504 Chestnut 
Anderson Erick, laborer, r. 61 Shipley rear 
Anderson Ernest E., tailor, r. 14 Geary Court 
Anderson Eugene, r. 910 Natoma 
Anderson Eugene L., blacksmith, r, 1235a Folsom 
Anderson Eugene L., driver, r. 507 Natoma 
Anderson Exelencia, teamster, r. San Bruno road nr 

Army 
Anderson Francis A., miner, r. 39 Washington Av 
Anderson Frank, conductor Cal. St. RE., r. 1627 Polk 
Anderson Frank, seaman, r. 26 Sacramento 
Anderson Frank, solicitor, r. 1163 Market 
Anderson Frank, waiter, r. 337 Jessie 
Anderson Frank H., laborer S. P. Co., r. 15 Elliot Park 
Anderson Frank H., painter, r. 1120 Pierce 
Anderson Frederick, blacksmith and 'wagonmaker, 

3401 Mission, r. 9 Eugenia, B. H. 
Anderson Frederick, carpenter, r. 560 Howard 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 311 5^ Bryant 
Anderson Frederick, shoemaker, r. 1213 Powell 
Anderson Frederick, teamster, r. 19th Av nr I, South 

S. F. 
Anderson Frederick A., car repairer, r. 2235 Howard 
Anderson Frederick A., laborer, r. 211 Chattanooga 
Anderson Frederick C, foreman Golden Gate Lumber 

Co., r. 2211 ;<s Mason 
Anderson Frederick L., harnessmaker, r. 549 Minna 
Anderson Frederick M., millhand, r. 9 Columbia 

Square 
Anderbon Frederick P., master bark James A. Bor- 
land, 310 Sansome, r. 503 Folsom 
Anderson G. E., horseshoer, r. 240M Clara 
Anderson George, electrician, r. 172 Perry 
Anderson George, hostler, r. 616 Gough 
Anderson George, marker S. F. Laundry 
Anderson George, pilot, r. 101 Jackson 
Anderson George, seaman, r. 12 Union 
Anderson George, seaman, r. 343 Beale 
Anderson Georf^o A., clerk, r. 316, 4th 
Anderson George A., liquors, 319, v3d 
Anderson George A., policeman, r. 739 Green 
Anderson George C, clerk Balfour, Guthrie & Co., r. 

792, 18th 
Anderson Goorge J. , carpenter, r. 25 Tilden 
Anderson George L., real estate, r. 807 California 
Anderson George M., "master mariner, r. 327 Jersey 
Anderson George M., printer, r. 838 Mission 
Anderson George W. (G. W. Anderson & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 
Anderson George W., waiter, r. 4 Bramer PI 
Anderson Gottfried, engineer, r. San Bruno Road nr 

Army 
Anderson Gustav, liquors, 807 Valencia, r. 1233 J^ 

Vallejo 
Anderson Gustav, stevedore, r. 108, 2d 
Anderson Gustav, slioemkr, r. 1118 Vallejo 
Anderson (instav A., seaman, r. 534, 2d 
Anderson Gustave, 2d officer stmr Bay City, and lodg- 
ings, 2 Washington 
Anderson Gustave, carpenter, r. 1021 >^ Lombard, rear 



Anderson Gustave, deckhand stmr Bay City, r. Ala- 
meda 
Anderson Gustave, laborer, r. Channel bet 5th and 6th 
Anderson Gustave. lodgings, 250 Sutter »■<* 

Anderson Gustave, oysterman, r. 411, 8th 

Anderson Gustave A., seaman, r. 30J4 Stanly PI "^*^ 
Anderson G. W. & Co. (George W. Anderson) express, 

112 East 
Anderson Halvor, seaman, r. 214 Steuart 
Anderson Hans, carpenter, r. 219 M Clara 
Anderson Hans, carpenter, r. 922 Battery 
Anderson Hana. fur dealer, r. 9M Miles PI 
Anderson Hans, gardener, 1321 Sutter 
Anderson Hans, lather, r. 210 J^ Hitch 
Anderson Hans, painter, r. 512 Bush 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r. 6 Onion 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r. 148, 0th 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r. 820 Battery 
Anderson Hans, tailor, r. 17 Russ 
Anderson Hans, waiter, r. 410 Brannan 
Anderson Hans C, cabinetmaker, r. 135^ Dore 
Anderson Haus C, laborer, r. W s Nebraska, bet. 

Army and Yolo 
Anderson Hans P., quartermaster, r. 548, 3d 
Anderson Hans S., clerk, r. 869 Market 
Anderson Harold (Anderson & Danielson), r. 2529 

Sacramento 
Anderson Harry, engineer Str Oakland, r. Oakland 
Anderson Harry, helper Jones & Kendig, r. Alameda 
Anderson Harry A., secretary Lewis, Anderson 

& Co., 33 East, r. 119 Capp 
Anderson Harry A., carrier, r. 214 M, 12th 
Anderson Harvey D., butcher, r. 564 Stevenson 
Anderson Henry, bartender, r. 150 Minna 
Anderson Henry, contractor, r. 507 Montgomery 
Anderson Henry, machinif^t Jardine's Iron Works, r. 

Alameda 
Anderson Henry, seaman, r. 2 Boston PI 
Anderson Henry, laborer, r. 11, 14th 
Anderson Henry, longshoreman, r. 639, 2d 
Anderson Henry, tanner, r. 14th Av, bet. P and N, 

South S. F. 
Anderson Henry G., bookkpr, r. 504 Buchanan 
Anderson Henry W. (Anderson Bros), r 361 Brannan 
Anderson Herbert A., millhand, r. 2826 Howard 
Anderson Herman, car cleaner, r. SE cor. Stanyan 

and Waller 
Anderson H«rman (Hoffman & Anderson) , r. 207 

Montgomery Av 
Anderson Herman, longshoreman, r. 340 Bryant 
Anderson Herman, surfman Golden Gate Park Life 

Saving Station 
Anderson Hilda Mrs , costumer, 121 Stockton 
Anderson Hugh, photographer, r. 762 San Jose Av 
Anderson I. & Co., importers gloves, 141 Post 
Anderson Ida Miss. r. 310 Minna 
Anderson Isaac, architect and builder, room 19 Mills' 

Bldg, 9th floor 
Anderson Isaac M., miner, r. 1040 J^, 22d 
Anderson J., fireman S. P. Co. 
Anderson Jacob C, driver, r. 6 Alemany Av 
Anderson Jacob H. V., clerk, r. 313 Castro 
Anderson James, r. 1224a, 22d 
Anderson Jamas, barber Strecker & Kern 
Anderson James, janitor, r. 46 Murjihy Bldg 
Anderson James, laborer, r. 211 Tehama 
Anderson James, laborer, r. 541. 4th 
Anderson James, laborer, r. SW cor Louisiana and 

Sierra 
Anderson James, laborer, r. S B Sierra, nr Georgia 
Anderson James, seaman, r. 538 Howard 
Anderson James, seaman, r. 1426 Jackson 
Anderson James, surfman U. S. Life Saving Station, 

Ft. Point 
Anderson James, teamster, r. 546}^ Bryant 
Anderson James, with Union Iron Works, r. 217 

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Anderson James Mrs., -widow, r. 2030 Scott 

Anderson James A., shoemkr, r. 8 Louisa 

Anderson James B. salesman C. Curtin, r. 2019 De- 

visadero 
Anderson James H., t)Ool;kpr, r. 2661 Howard 
Anderson James H., policeman, r. 26^2 Folsom 
Anderson James J., conductor Market St. RK., r. 1650 

Hayes 
Anderson James 8., ship carpenter, r, 564 Steven- 
son 
Anderson James T.. helper Fulton Engineering and 

Ship Building ^'orks. r. Berkeley 
Anderson James W., State Superintendent 

Public Instruction, Sacramento, Cal., r. 3044, 

16th 
Anderson J. D., conductor Sutter St. Ey., r. 1635 

Polk 
Anderson J. D., speculator, r. 1055 Mission 
Anderson Jeannette G. Miss, teacher Pacific Avenue 

Primary School, r. 15 Guerrero 
Anderson Jens P., r. 665 Chenery 

ANDERSOK JEROME A. 

pliysicia.n and snrg^eon, office Dono- 
lioe Building', 1170 Market, rooms 9 
and 10, hours 1 to 4, telephone 6161, 
r. 1039, aotli 

Anderson J. M. Mrs., r. 838 Mission 
Anderson Johanna, widow, r. 32J<S Federal 
Anderson Johanna, widow, r. 41 Jessie 
Anderson John (Anderson & Anderson) r. 2 Wash- 
ington 
Anderson John (Anderson Bros.) r. 361 Brannan 
Anderson John, bartender, r. 515 Kearny 
Anderson John, boilermkr, r, 128 Pennsylvania At 
Anderson John, carpenter, r. 119 Morris Av 
Anderson John, clockmkr, r. 153 Dora 
Anderson John, cook, r, 510 Stockton 
Anderson John, cook, r, 908 Illinois 
Anderson John, cooper, r. SW cor Railroad and 8th 

AvB 
Anderson John, deckhand tug Monarch 
Anderson John, engineer, r. SE cor Filbert and Mason 
Anderson John, foreman stevedore P. C. SS. Co., r. 

Palmer, bet. 30th and 31st 
Anderson John, hostler, r. 1055 Mission 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 139 Mississippi 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 205 Perry 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 613 Howard 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 951 Howard 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 1727 Market 
Anderson John, liquors, 1061 Howard, r. 1054}^ How- 
ard 
Anderson John, lithographer, r. 1803 Taylor 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. 3 Utah 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r 520 Folsom 
Anderson John, master mariner, r. 766 J^ Howard 
Anderson John, master mariner, r 930 Pacific 
Anderson John, painter, r. 164 Jessie 
Anderson John, porter, r. 417 Montgomery 
Anderson John, porter O. B. Smith & Co., r. Oakland 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 9 Essex 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 24 Steuart 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 28M Garden, rear 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 36 Sacramento 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 202 Ritch 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 332 Ritch 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 343 Beale 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 746 Mission 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 810 Folsom 
Anderson John, tailor, r. 3 Golden Court 
Anderson John, teamster, r. 901 Battery 
Anderson John, with Union Iron Works, r. 228 Mich- 
igan 
Anderson John A. (Anderson & Erickson) r. 528, 3d 
Anderson John A., cooper, r. 44, 6th 
Anderson John A., driver, r. 409 Leavenworth 




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Anderson John A., janitor, r. 121 Eddy 
Anderson John A., rigger, r. 33 Rausch 
Anderson John A., seaman, r. 143 Main 
Anderson John C. (A. C. Anderson & Co.) r. 1536 San- 
chez 
Anderson John C, bartender, r. GOJ Broadway 
Anderson JohnC. machinist helper, r.527 Connecticut 
Anderson John E., engineer, r. 13 Monroe 
Anderson John E., master mariner, r. 416, 28th 
Anderson John E., painter, r. 1013 Mission 
Anderson John E., seaman, r. 215 Broadway 
Anderson John F book and job printer ,1073 Ji Market, 

r. 1163 Market 
Anderson John F., liquors, 212 Town^end 
Anderson John G., tailor, r. 8 Miles Court 
Anderson John H. E., wine dealer, r. 2531 Post 
Anderson John L., molder, r. 1816 Hyde 
Anderson John L. C, dyer, r. 28, 12th 
Anderson John McC, clerk Tom C. Grant, r. 2030 

Scott 
Anderson John P., gripman, r. 603}^ Broderick 
Anderson John P., tailor, r. 315M Jessie 
Anderson John T., stevedore, r. 822 Bryant 
Anderson John W., chief engineer Merchants' Ke- 

frigerating Co., r. SE cor Filbert and Mason 
Anderson Jorau A., bartender, r. 327, 3d 
Anderson Joseph, bartender, r. 2513 Dupont 
Anderson Joseph, waiter, r. 830 Post 
Anderson Joseph, with Union Iron Works, r. 156 So- 
lano 
Anderson Joseph G., teamster, r. 181 Jessie 
Anderson Julius, laborer, r. 410 Brannan 
Anderson Julius, seaman, r. 17 Stanley PI 
Anderson Julius, seaman, r. 504, 3d 
Anderson Julius, waiter, r. 210}^ Ritch 
Anderson Julius F., locksmith, r. 1211 Florida 
Anderson Julius W., glasscutter, r. 510 Howard 
Anderson Lars, cigars and tobacco, r. 625 Union 
Anderson Lars P. (L. P. Anderson & Co.) r. C2 

Tehama 
Anderson Leander, machinist D. D. Wass, r. 33 Russ 
Anderson Leo, seaman, r. 504 Howard 
Anderson Leon, seaman, r. 1517 Dupont 
Anderson Lilburn B., asst weigher Custom House, r. 

21 Franklin 
Anderson Lizzie Miss, dressmkr, r. 702J^ McAllister 
Anderson L. L., gripman, r. 1331 California 
Anderson Lois S., widow, r. 15 Guerrero 
Anderson Lottie, widow, r. 2 Grant Alley 
Anderson Louis, r. 119 Capp 
Anderson Louis, r. 132 J^ Langton 
Anderson Louis, r. 2105 Hyde 
Anderson Louis, blacksmith, 1504 Vallejo, r. 1417 

Jackson 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r. 24 Howard 
Anderson Louis, H., attorney, 507 Montgomery, r. 18 

Laurel PI 
Anderson L. P. & Co. (Lars P. Anderson) mfrs in- 
fants' shoes, 55 Stevenson 
Anderson Ludwig M., carpenter, r. 12 Broadway 
Anderson M., stableman J. W. Morshead 
Anderson Mads, seaman, r. 9J6 Clyde 
Anderson Magnus, cooper, r. 23?4 Perry 
Anderson Marcellus, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Anderson Marcellus 0., policeman, r. 427 Fremont 
Anderson Marie Mrs., r. 1123, 21st 
Anderson Marquitt, chief officer U. S. stmr Madrona, 

r. 148, 6th 
Anderson Martin, bartender, r. 650, 4th 
Anderson Martin, lumberman, r. 327 Beale 
Anderson Martin, seaman, r. 16 Natoma 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 1 Moulton PI 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. Ocean View 
Anderson Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 7ft2M McAllister 
Anderson Mary Miss, saleslady, r. 700 Jones 
Anderson Mary Mrs., r. 726}^ Howard 
Anderson Mary Mrs., dressmkr, r. 603 Bush 



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309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Anderson Mary E. Mrs., r. 1706 Pest 
Anderson Maurice, ciRars and tobacco. 623, 4th 
Anderson Max, seaman, r.2004 Union 
Anderson Max, surfman Golden Oate Park Life Sav- 
ing Station 
Anderson Michael, carpenter, r. W s Indiana ur Napa 
Anderson Miihael, laborer, r. 10.3. 15th 
Anderson Miller, painter E. H. Black, r. Fruitvale 
Anderson Nathan U., attv, r. Am. Exchange Hotel 
Anderson Neil T., packer, r. 20.'>0 Jones 
Anderson Nellie Miss, r. 1420 Broadway 
Anderson Nels, secretary Cal. Transportation Co., 

office Jackson St. wharf, r. 2826 Howard 
Anderson Nels, wool sorter, r. 569 Bryant 
Anderson Nels V., waiter, r. 417 Mason 
Anderson Nelson, blacksmith, r. 1417 Jackson 
Anderson Nettie H. Miss, teacher Emerson Primary 

School, r. 2030 Scott 
Anderson N. G., seaman, r. 6 Union 
Anderson Nicholas, carpenter, r. 434 Jessie 
Anderson Nicholas, laborer, r.832 Illinois 
Anderson N. J., conductor, r. 705 Diamond 
Anderson O., with Union Iron Works, r. 1103 Ken- 
tucky 
Anderson Die, engineer stmr Oakland, r. Oakland 
Anderson Ole, laborer, r. 650, 4th 
Anderson Olif F., laborer, r. 205 Perry 
Anderson Oliver, tanner, r. Ws N between 13th and 

14th Avs, South S. F. 
Anderson Olof, carpenter, r. Audover Av nr Crescent 

Av, B. H. 
Anderson Oluf, painter, r. 49 Clara 
Anderson Olof A., engineer, r. 963 Howard 
Anderson Oluf, deckhand stmr Bay City, r. 2 Wash- 
ington 
Anderson Oluf G., seaman, r. 24 Howard 
Anderson O. S., teamster, r. 514 Haight 
Anderson Oscar, master schr Edward Parke, office 10 

California 
Anderson Oscar, seaman, r. 8 Jackson 
Anderson Oscar, stableman, r, 1214Fol8om 
Anderson Oscar A., boilermkr, r. 243 Clara 
Anderson Oscar L., cook, r. 5, 7th 
Anderson Osmcr W., workman coiners dept U, S. 

Mint, r. 345 Jessie 
Anderson Otto, marine engineer, r. 9 Mission 
Anderson Paul, seaman, r. 317 Jj Union 
Anderson Paul , peaman, r. 150 Second 
Anderson P. B. , painter, r. 1218 Mission 
Anderson Per A., machinist, r. 3 Rola Court 
Anderson Perry, hostler, r. 2415 Mission 
Anderson Peter, r. 412 Taylor 
Anderson Peter, r. 426 Nebraska 
Anderson Peter, clerk Overland House 
Anderson Peter, cooper, r. 13 De Boom 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. cor. 8th Av. and M, South 

8. F. 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. Mission road opp. Cres- 
cent Av., College Hill 
Anderson Peter, laundryman, r. 6^4 Byington 
Anderson Peter, liquors, 10U5 Kearny, r. 518 Pacific 
Anderson Peter, lumberman, r. 650, 4th 
Anderson Peter, marine engineer, r. 403 Folsom 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 16 Natoma 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 322 Vallejo 
Andersun Peter, seaman, r, 1211 Kearuy 
Anderson Peter A. (Berridge & Anderson), r. 265, 3d 
Anderson Peter A., waiter, r. 812 Kearny 
Anders<iu Peter C, gripmau, r. 1605 Ma^on 
Anderson Peter F. . seaman, r. 116 Berry 
Anderson Peter G., driver, r. 917 Shotwell 
Anderson PhiUp. laborer, r. Ill, 26th 
Anderson P. M. master tug Transit, 55 Mission 
Anderson H.. hostler, r. 624 Washington 
Anderson Keiuhold L., coffee saloon, 7-11 Park Av, r. 

111(1 McAllistrr 
Andeisou Kichard K. (Anderson Bros), r. 1431 Market 



Anderson Robert, baker, r. 512 Mason 
Anderson Hobert. carpenter, r. 24 Bernard 
Andersfin Robert J., driver, r. 47 M Clara 
Anderson Hobert W., master mariner, r. 608 Douglass 
Anderson R. Surapter, principal Auderson's Academy, 

r. 1248 California 
Anderson Samutl, shoemkr, r. 1008 Buchanan 
Anderson Samuel, surfman Golden Oate Park Life- 
saving Station 
Anderson Samuel, tailor, r. 36 Hsnover PI 
Anderson Sarali J., widow, r. 2661 Howard 
Anderson S. M., r. 777 Market 
Anderson Smith, salesman C. Curtin, r. 2019 Devisa- 

dero 
Anderson Sophia, dressmkr, r. 1520 Eddy 
Anderson Stewart M., clerk Balfour, Guthrlo & Co.. 

r. 2010 Scott 
Anderson Sven P., laborer, r. SW cor Michigan and 

Shasta 
Anderson Swan, driver, r. 2019 Mission 
Anderson Theodore, laborer, r. 26 Gilbert 
Anderson Theodore, laborer, r. 417 .Mason, rear 
Anderson Theodore, oiler, r. 109 Broadway 
Anderson Thomas, engineer, r. 5!<j Glover 
Anderson Thomas, president Justice Mining Co., 

419 California, room 3, r. 220.t Devisadero 
Anderson Thomas, sparmkr, r. 207, 26th 
Anderson Thomas, waiter, r. 164 Jessie 
Anderson Thomas T., foreman Pac. Electrical Stor- 
age Co., r. 172 Perry 
Anderson Thomas W., carwasher, r. 412, 5th At 
Andeison T. R. Mrs., r. 414 Hayes 
Anderson Victor, carpenter, r. 1010 Natoma 
Anderson Victor, foreman Merchants' Refrigerating 

Co., r. 40 Louisa 
Anderson Victor, tanner, r. cor 8th and Railroad Avs, 

South S. F. 
Anderson Victor A., painter, r. 227 Harrison 
Anderson Victor J., elk J. T. Cosgrove, r. 833, 15th 
Anderson Waldron W., teacher dancing, SE cor 17th 

and Noe and 814 Geary, r. 828 Geary 
Anderson Wallace, special agt Phcenix White Lead 

and Color Wks 
Anderson Walter E., machinist, r. COS Douglas 
Anderson Walter G., bkkpr S. J. Friedlauder & Co., 

r. 2209 Devisadero 
Anderson William, calker, r. 417 Elizabeth 
Anderson William, elk, r. 970 Harrison 
Anderson William, engineer, r. 605 J^, 3d 
Anderson William, grainer, r. 1012 Natoma 
Anderson William, helper, r. 499, 4th 
Anderson William, laborer, r. 541, 4th 
Anderson William, laborer, r. 861 Market 
Anderson William, machinist, r. 172 Perry 
Anderson William, machinist helper, r. 501 Napa 
Anderson William, paci<er, r. 2050 Jones 
Anderson William, plumber, r. 829a Howard 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 114 Broadway 
Anderson William, shioping clerk Chicago Clothing 

Co., r. 970 Harrison 
Anderson William, upholsterer, r. 503, 23d 
Anderson William A., seaman, r. 7 Natoma 
Anderson William B. (Anderson Bros.) r. 1437 Market 
Anderson William B., seaman, r. 706 Battery 
Anderson William H., elk Estee, k Miller, r. 814 Sutter 
Anderson William J., barber Charles Moses, r. 564 

Stevenson 
Anderson William J., oysterman, r. 361 Brannan 
Anderson William L., bellman Am. Exchange Hotel 
Anderson William P., driver, r. 414 Brannan 
Anderson William T., salesman L. Feldman & Co., r. 

624 Jersey 
Anderson William W. (Davis & Anderson) r. 33 

Everett 
Anderson Williamson, laborer, r. 616 California 
Anderson AVinslo^v, M. D., physician and 

surgeon, hours 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p, m., office and 

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Anderson & Anderson (John and Andrew) , liquors, 4 

Washington 
Anderson & Danielson (Harold Anderson and Peter 

Danielson) whiteuers, 635 California 
Anderson & Erickson (John A, Anderson and Emil 

Ericlison), restaurant, 528, ad 
^^Anderson. See Andersen, Andresen and Ender- 

son 
Anderson's Academy, R. Sumpter Anderson princi- 

cipal, 1248 California 
Anderson's Private Hospital, for diseases of 

women, Dr. Winslow Anderson proprietor, 603 

Sutter 
Anderton Albert F., tanner, r. 14th Av, bet M and 

Railroad Av, South S. F. 

ANDEETON FREDERICK G. 

woolpiiUer, and manufacturer of 
glove and button stock, all kinds of 
glues and neat's foot oil, S s Twenty- 
ninth. Av, Ijet Railroad Av and K, 
Soutli S. F. , telephone No. 7033 

Anderton Henry T., capitalist, r. Railroad Av., nr 
Five Mile House 

Anderton Robert C, capitalist, r. Railroad Av, nr 
Five Mile House 

Andes Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) 
Nat T. Messer president, John "W. Twiggs secre- 
tary, 2 Nevada Block 

Andiotta Michele, shoemkr, r. 430 Green 

Andkjer William H., seaman, r. 415 Broadway 

Andler Alexis J., carpenter, r. 937 Sanchez 

Andler James, seaman, r. 820 Battery 

Anler J. Victor, bookkeeper John Mallon, r. 937 San- 
chez 

Andoruetti Paul, packer, r. 1109 Montgomery 

Andra Joseph, laundryman U. S. Laundry 

Andrada Manuel, barber, 542 Clay, r. Oakland 

Andrade Guadaloupe, r. 1302 Powell 

Andrade Guillermo, Mexican land and mining 
agent, 214 California, r. 656 Folsom 

Andrade Jesus, musician, r. 1415 Stockton 

Andrade Joseph S., engineer stmr Piedmont, r. Oak- 
land 

Andre Alexander, carpenter, r. 529 Broadway 

Andre Alexander, dyer, r. 1319 Dupont 

Andre Anthony A., Ins agt, r. 1230 Bush 

Andre J. L., porter, r. 416 Montgomery 

AJNJJll-U .uijUJN employment office, 
330 Sutter, r. 330 C-app 

Andre Louis, seaman, r. 24 Howard 

Andre Louis, waiter, r. 787 Folsom 

Andre Pauline, widow, r. 230 Capp 

Andre Ricardo, ins. broker, r. 230 Capp 

Andre Thomas, r. 22 Turk 

Andrea Antonio, laborer, r. 412 Broadway 

Andrea Florian, dairy, r. E s San Bruno Road nr 35th 

Av 
Andrea Giovanni, laborer, r. 412 Broadway 
Andreas Frederick, baker Alms House 
Andreas Gallo. carpenter, r. 134, 4th 
Andreatt Arthur, waiter, r. 178 Perry 
Andreatta Charles S., machinist, r. 753 Howard 
Andreatta Emma Mrs., r. 1061 Folsom 
Andreazi Ubaldo, kitchen hand, r. 525 Green 
Andree Paul, draughtsman Cal. Rattan Co. 
Andrein C. F., chief pastryman Palace Hotel 
Andres George S., asst supt Pac. Oil and Lead Co., r. 

452 Bryant 
Andres Henry, machinist, r. 560 Howard 
Andres Joseph, r, 202 Laguna 
Andres L., laborer A. E. Buckman & Co. 
Andresen Ottilie, steward, r. 533 Natoma 
Andresen Peter, cooper, r. 15th Av bet I and J 
Andnseu Peter H., cabinetmkr, r. 533, 22d 
Audressen Andrew P., solicitor, r. 1200 Kearny 
Andressen Paul I., baker, r. 625 Clay 



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Andrew Alfred G., carpenter, r. 214 Chattanooga 

Andrew Francis J., r. 800 Sutter 

Andrew James C, asst weigher, Custom House, r. 21 

Frsnklin 
Andrew May P., stenographer George W. Turner, r. 

803 Golden Gate Av 
Andrew Sauford H., clerk, r. 21 Franklin 
Andrew William, r. 646 Fell 
Andrew William A., engineer, r. 218, 24th 
Andrews A., prop Diamond Palace, 221 Montgomery, 

r. Lick House 
Andrews Ads Miss, fringemkr. r. 908 Treat Av 
Andrews Alexander, engineer, r. 13 Johnston Av 
Andrews Alexander Jr., carpenter, r. 13 Johnston Av 
Andrews Alfred F., salesman, A. Andrews, r. Lick 

House 
Andrews Alfred R., cook, r. 510 Broadway, rear 
Andrews Annie Miss, lodgings, 1061 Folsom 
Andrews Augusta E., widow, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Caroline, lodgings. 27 Minna 
Andrews Catherine, widow, r. 452 Bartlett 
Andrews Charles, clerk, San Francisco Lumber Co., 

r. Oakland 
Andrews Charles, teamster, r. 1362 Folsom 
Andrews Charles F., collector The J. Dewing Co., r. 

529 Shotwell 
Andrews 0. N., with Snyder k Keichling, r. 627 Post 
Andrews Daniel, carpenter, r. 108 San Jose Av 
Andrews Edwin O., teas and coffees. 334,6th 
Andrews Frank R., clerk F. A. Flaherty, r. 745 Va- 
lencia 
Andrews Frederick C, master mariner, r. 1225a Pacific 
Andrews Frederick J., carpenter, r. 908 Treat Av 
Andrews George W.jbkkpr, Henry Moffatt, r. 439?^ 

Bryant 
Andrews Gorham C, painter, r. 1103 Market 
Andrews Granville B., clerk, r. 16 Mason 
Andrews G. S., clerk auditing dept Wells. Fargo & 

Co., r. 109 Powell 
Andrews G. W. Mrs., r. 818 Larkin 
Andrews Hannah, widow, r. 1316 Hayes 
Andrews Harry A., M. D. , physician and sur- 
geon, office and r. 312 Bartlett nr 24th, hours till 

10 A. M., 1 to 3 and 6 to 7 P. m. 
Andrews Harry A., watchman, r. 6 Washington Av 
Andrews Henry, machinist, r. 560 Howard 
Andrews Henry H.. master mariner, r. 631 Sacramento 
Andrews Herbert L. (Andrews & Maunder), r. 251534 

Howard 
Andrews Horace M., teamster, r. 135 Ninth 
Andrews James, elk freight auditor's dept S. P. Co., 

r. 1017 Powell 
Andrews James, painter, r. 471 Jessie 
Andrews Jerome B., sheep raiser, r. 227 Second 
Andrews Jessie S., cashier Brown, Craig & Co., r. 

439 i£ Bryant 
Andrews J. H., r. 836 J^ Valencia 
Andrews John, herder Quartermaster's dept U. S. A., 

r. Presidio 
Andrews John, marina engineer, r. 9 Mission 
Andrews John C, machinist and bakery, 1711 Market 
Andrews Joseph A., teamster, r. 13 Johnston Av 
Andrews Joseph C, blacksmith, r. 1503 Mission 
Andrews Joseph D., mining expert, r 1228 Mission 
Andrews Lew W., macninist, r. 1920 Guerrero 
Andrews Lewis, marble cutter, r. 13 Johnston Av 
Andrews Louise, widow, r. 451 Jessie 
Andrews M. Mrs., prop The Auditorium, 410 Post 
Andrews M. W., prop Hotel Oriel, 1904 Market 
Andrews Oliver, butcher, r. NW cor 6th Av and L, 

South S. F. 
Andrews Otis C, foreman, r. 685 Harrison 
Andrews Richard, stevedore, r. 2039 Howard 
Andrews Richard H., foreman Samuel Beal, r. 2039 

Howard 
Andrews R. L. Mrs., r. 1925 Taylor 
Andrews Samuel, elk Baldwin Hotel 
Andrews Samuel, marble worker, r. 1050 Howard 



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Andrews Susan Mrs., bakery, 1515 Market 

Andrews T., seaman, r. 80 Everett 

Andrews Thomas Q., watchman New Cal. Theatre, 

r 2 Chatham P) 
A.ndrew8 Thomas H., mgr Grand Opera House, r. ii 

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Andre^vs Tlionias P., photographic and magic 

lantern supplies, 109 Montgomery, r. 1316 Hayes 
Andrews Tyre N., carpenter, r. NE cor 5th and KR. 

Av. South S. F. 
Andrews Walter J., insurance, r. 219, 18th 
Andrews W. C, r. 818 Larkin 
Andrews Wm., gardener, r. 2806b Pine 
Andrews William A., adjuster 8. F. and S. M. E'y 

Co., r. 50i Guerrero 
Andrews William C, humid asaayer U. S. Mint, r. 

504 Geary 
Andrews William G., bartender, r. 711 Bush 
Andrews William H., elk, r .525 Turk 
Andrews William J., r. 1316 Hayes 
Andrews William J., teamster, r. 564 Folsom 
Andrews & Lang^e (Thomas P. Andrews and Os- 
car V. Lange) commercial photographers, 109 

Montgomery 
Andrews & Maunder (Herbert L. Andrews and Mathew 

C. Maunder) painters, 1021 Larkin 
l^r Andrews. See Andrew and Andrua 
Andricevich John, waiter, r. 255 Stevenson 
A.ndrich Frank, cook George D. Mayle 
Andrier Alfred, florist, r. 310 Green 
Andrieu FranQ )is, cook, r. 720 Montgomery Av 
Androgg Andrew, laborer, r. 1542 Kentucky 
Andromeda The, Edward L. Wagner proprietor, 

931 Kearny 
Andronettl Paul, coffee roaster, r. 1109 Montgomery 
Andros Milton (Andros I'd Frank) r. 1918 Broadway 
Andros & Frank (Milton Andros and Nathan H. 

Frank) attorneys at law, 320 Sansome, room 6 
Andross Jenny K., widow, r. 405 Hyde 
Andross J. Haskell, clerk ticket auditor's dept S. P. 

Co. , r. 405 Hyde 
Andross Porter H., mining secretary, 324 Pine, rooms 

8-9, r. 405 Hyde 
Andross W. 0. Mrs., vocalist, r. 2707}^ Mission 
Andross William C, clerk genl auditor's dept S. P. 

Co., r. 405 Hyde 
Andro/jowsky Lena, widow, r. 704 Bush* 
Andrus George M., engineer, r. 229, 6th 
Andrus Thomas J., compositor, r. 631 Sacramento 
Andrus William F., salesman E. T. Allen Company, 

r. Oakland 
Andrus William J., fireman, r. 28 Chesley 
Anfibllo Felice, laborer, r. 220 Francisco, rear 
Anfindsen Bernhard, seaman, r. 15 Pacific 
Anflndsen Ole, master mariner, r. 531 Hill 
Angel Godfrey L., clerk, r. 403 Leavenworth 
Angel's Quartz Mining Co. (Calaveras Co.) rooms 31-32 

Mills Bldg, 5th floor 
Angele Michele, laborer, r. E s Texas nr Sierra 
Angelis August, tinner, r. 458 Natoma 
Angel is Edward C, cooper, r. 28 Hill 
Angelis Henry C, porter, r. 714!^ Devisadero 
Angelis Rudolph, clerk F. C. Winters, r. 28 Hill 
Angelis Theodore P. J., teacher music, r. 2018 Taylor 
Angelius Charles, upholsterer, r. 1819 Howard 
Angelius Frank, laborer, r. 12 Miller PI 
Angelius Frederick, wood and coal. NW cor Octavia 

and Hickory Av, r. 237 J<; Hickory Av 
Angelius John D., r. 237}^ Hickory Av 
Angelius John D. Jr., upholsterer, r.2373v Hickory Av 
Angelius Richard, upholsterer, r. 237 J^ Hickory Av 
Angell, Charles C, bartender, r. Commercial Hotel 
Angel 1 Chester L., draughtsman Golden State and 

Miner's Iron Wks, r. 2200 Howard 
Angell E. A. painter, r. 26 Turk 
Angell Harry M.. student, r. 2)^ Verona 
Angell Horace B., capitalist, r. 2200 Howard 



Angell Horace B., elk Joseph Calegaris, r. 610 Ellis 

Angell James B., elk, r. 1904 Market 

Angell James M., carpenter, r. 13 Page 

Angell Jonathan W. , druggist, 262 First, ur 

Folsom, r. 2>4 Verona 
Angell Lulu Miss, dressmkr, r. 610 Ellis 
Angell Otis B., capitalist, r. 2200 Howard 
Angell William C, physician, office and r. 610 Ellis 
Angell William C. Jr., machinist, r. 610 Ellis 
Angell William J., milkman, r. Naples, bet. Amaaon 

and Italy 
B^Angell. See Angel. Ankel, Engle and Enkle 
Angellotti Francis L. Mrs., r. 823?^ Busli 
Angelo Edward J., collector S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

119, 10th 
Angelo Henry J., druggist, r. 133 Ash Av 
Angelo JoseiJh, barber, r. 61 Minna 
Angelo Raymond, r. 1886 Mission 
Angelo Sarah, widow, r. 119, 10th 
Angelo Wallace P., salesman, r. 2614 Howard 
Angelotti Giovanni, laborer, r. 405 Union 
Angelovich Joseph R., cook, r. 1131 Union 
Angelus Nlcholos, marker S. F, Laundry Assn 
Anger Franz, r. 107 Trenton 
Angermann Adolph P., gardener, r. 1619 Polk 
Angerstein Frederick, musician, r. 1010 Florida 
Angetl Alphouse. cleaner, r. 528 Union 
Angler Walley T., bkkpr, r. 507 Baker 
Anglade John, liquors, 536 Pine, and lodgings, 603 

Pine 
Angle Forrest Z.. carpanter, r. 1027 Capp 
Anglin Edmund, hostler, r. 2428 California 
Anglin Patrick, r. 2721 Ji Bryant Av 
Anglin Thomas, packer, r. 711 Minna, rear 
Anglo-American Co., Axel Teisen secretary, 207 Bat- 
tery 
Anglo-American Crockery and Glassware 

Co., Maurice Block manager, 108-110 Pine 
Anglo-American Gas Control Co., Prentiss 
Selby president and treasurer, George T. Gaden 
vice-president and general manager, Frank F. 
Stone secretary, 819 Market 

AHGLO-CALIFORNIAN BMK ,.. .., 

Ignatz Steinliart and Philip N. Liilien- 
thal managers, Alfred li. Selignian 
cashier, 'NE cor Pine and Sansome 

Anglo-Mexican Mining Co. (Sinaloa, Mexico) Living- 
ston Gilson, agent, 211 Sansome, room 6 
Anglum Daniel, porter, r. 44 Jessie 
Anglum James L., carpenter, r. 337 Jessie 
Anglum John, laborer, r. 337 Jessie 
Anglum Timothy, laborer, r. 337 Jessie 
Angola Bertha, widow, r. 543 Vallejo 
Angonnet Bernard, bkkpr Frank Angonnet, i. 

1 Scheerer PI 
Angonnet Frank, wood and coal, 506 Post, r. 

1 Scheerer PI 
Angonnet Peter F., bartender, r. 342 Geary 
Angonnet Peter F. Mrs., florist. 342 Geary 
Angus James S., with James G. Fair,, r. 1518 Brode- 

rick 
Angus John, laborer, r. 226 Michigan 
Angus Thomas W., seaman, r. 333 Bryant 
Aule Frederick, varnisher, r. 70 Juniper 
Animals' Home, otfice Public Pound, NE cor 16th 

and Alabama 
Anita House, Antoine Guilbert prop, 31 Hunt 
Anixter Abraham, carpet layer, r. 657 Willow Av 
Anixter Harris, milk depot, 1408 J^ Devisadero 
Ankel Bernard, second hand clothing, 48, 7th 
Ankel Bernard Jr.. elk, r. 48, 7th 
Ankel Ernest, r. i063M Mission 

Ankel Harry, bkkpr A. Davis & Son. r. 906 O'Farrell 
8^"Ankel. See Angell, Engel, Engle Jind Enkle 
Ankele Johp H., elk, r. 1215 Bush 
Anker Andrew, tailor, r. 468 Jessie 



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Anker August, laborer, r. 922 Battery- 
Anker Georse, com. traveler, r. 1041 Mission 
Anker Gutenberg H., elk freight auditor's dept S. P. 

Co., r. 918 Valencia 
Anker Ibnsina C, physician and surgeon, ofiace 

and r. 931 Filbert, oifice hours 7 to 8 p. m. 
Anker Joseph A., jeweler, r. 327 Jessie 
Anker Louis, barber, r. 415 Mason 
Ankers C, carpenter, r. 40 Minna 
Ankers George, 1st officer stmr City of New York 
Annable William, machinist, r. 120 Howard 
Annan William C, shoemkr, r. 520 Pacific 
Annebfirg Laurent A., seaman, r. 103 Greenwich 
Annheim Charles, boxmkr. r. 973}^ Bryant 
Anninger Joseph, brushmkr, r. 210)^, 11th 
Annis Arthur M., job printer, 632 Market, r. 1214, 21st 
Annis Charles H., shoe finisher, r. 1214, 21st 
Annis Charles H. Jr., shoemkr, r. 1318 Guerrero 
Annis Florence Miss, dressmkr, r. 11}^ Page 
Annis Grace Miss, dressmkr, r. 11 >4 Page 
Annis James, r. 11}^ Page 
Annis William O., r. 708 Minnesota 
8£?"AnDi8. See Ennis and Innis 
Annuzzi Giuseppe, bootblack, r. 10 Margaret PI 
Anout Margaret, widow, r. 1417 Pacific 
Ansarge Fredrica, widow, r. 612 Pine 
Ansbro Harry T., laundryman, r. 1667 Mission 
Ansbro James, laborer, r. 1112 Treat Av 
Ansbro Michael, laborer, r. 261, Ist 
Anschutz Lena Miss, r. 414 Hayes 
Ansel Frank L.. butcher, r. Ill Geary 
Anselini Pietro, candymkr, r. 406, 4th 
Anselm Otis, shademkr, r. 28 Octavia 
Anselmo Carlo, clerk E. Merani, r. 1417 Dupont 
Anselmo Porter, cook, r. 1725 McAllister 
Ansherman Amos A., conductor Market St. KR., r. 

1650 Hsyes 
Angler Washington, cooper, 14 Merchant 
Anson Frederick A., clerk Pac. Tel. and Tel. Co.. r. 

306 Stockton 
Anson Henry J., paperhanger, r. 923 Post 
Anson Henry S. , r. Cliff House 
Anson John, fireman, r. 175 Perry 
Anson JohnR., clerk Falk & Simon, r. 823 Larkin 
Anson Joseph G., clerk The F. A. Week Co., r. 558 

Willow Av 
Anson Martin F., capitalist, r. 823 Larkin 
Anson Patrick, painter, r. 558 Willow Av 
Anson Philip J., painter, r. 505 Post 
Ansot Henri, teacher fencing, 1439 Pine 
Ansot Jennie Mrs., fancy work, SE cor Polk and Pine 
Anspach Nicholas, barber, r. 22^ Louisa* 
Anspacher Abram, r. 1400 McAllister 
Anspacher Brothers, Simon Anspacher presi- 
dent, Garrison Gerst vice-president, Samuel Seller 
treasurer, Philip Anspacher secretary, wholesale 
dealers hay, grain and lumber, warehouse 616-618 
Seventh, office 207 Battery 
Anspacher Joseph, salesman, r. 1.333 Scott 
Anspacher Philip, secretary Anspacher Brothers, 

207 Battery, r. Livermore, Gal. 
Anspacher Simon, president Anspacher Broth- 
ers, office 2 '7 Battery, r. 2604 Pacific Av 
Anthan J., physician, 229 Kearny 
Anthes Frank F., with Geo. C. Shreve & Co., r. 2415 

Bush 
Anthes Frederick P.. salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & 

Co, r. 2415 Bush 
Anthes Louis H., clerk Henry Lund & Co.. r. 2415 

Bush 
Anthes Peter, mining, r. 2 Sophie Terrace 
Anthes Peter Jr., plumber, r. 2 Sophie Terrace 
Anthone Lewis, real estate, r. 1118 Potrero Av 
Anthonison Henry, laborer, r. 2314b Mason 
Anthony Abraham, policeman, r. 9273^ Post 
Anthony Albert D.. steward str Columbia, r. 142, 7th 
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Anthony Edward A., clerk I. S. Van Winkle, r. 124 
Oak 

Anthony Edward T., repacker, 407-409 Commercial, r. 
526 Merchant 

Anthony Edwin R., asst paymaster S. P. Co.. r. Ala- 
meda 

Anthony Emma, widow, r. 3 Cohen PI 

Anthony Henry, barber, r. 205 Turk 

Anthony Henry J., peddler, r. 13^ Garden 

Anthony Jacob A., carpenter, r. 231 Castro 

Anthony James, peddler, r. 19 Hinckley 

Anthony John A., local freight agent S. P. Co., 
r. Alameda 

Anthony Joseph, junk dealer, r. 13 Garden 

Anthony Joseph Jr., barber, r. 13 Garden 

Anthony Marc, student, r. 124 Oak 

Anthony Walter, brass finisher West Coast Safety 
Faucet Co., r. Oakland 

Anthony Walter B., bkkpr A. Gerberding & Co., r. 
Oakland 

Anthony William F.. r. 1042, 22d 

B^Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 

Anticevich Joseph, fruits and vegetables, 20, 7th 

Antich Martin, r. 4 Union PI 

Antisdale James S., genl mgr Wanamaker & Brown, 
634 Sutter 

Antisell T. M. Piano Co., W. D. Ladd genl agent, 
1439-1441 Market 

Antisell William 0., planomkr, r. 6 Eddy 

Antonie Paul, chief clerk French Consulate, 604 Com- 
mercial 

Antola Angelo, porter, r. 414 Vallejo 

Antoldi 8. & Co. (Stanislas Antoldi) fruits and pro- 
duce commission, 204 Washington 

Antoldi Stanislas (S. Antoldi & Co.) r. 310 Stockton 

Autonelli Antonio, watchman, r. 1622 Hayes 

Antonelli B., gardener, 29th Av, nr M, South 8. F. 

Antonelli P., carpenter, 303 Montgomery Av 

Antonetti Edward (Antonetti & Hanson) r. 369, 11th 

Antonetti Virginio, r. 507 Hickory Av 

ANTONETTI & HANSON 

(Edward Antonetti and Peter H. Han- 
son) house, si^n and decorative paint- 
ers, plain and decorative pa per hang;- 
ing', vrhitenin^, etc., 210 Povi^ell 

Antonez Nicholas, tailor, r.613, 2d 
Antoni Emerajelda (Giusti & Antoni) r. 4 Jasper PI 
Antoni Louis (Antoni & Hell) r. 303 Montgomery Av 
Antoni Samuele (Antoni & Pellegrini) r. 4 Noble's 

Alley 
Antoni & Hell (Louis Antoni and Stephen Hell) 

liquors, 303 Montgomery Av 
Antoni & Pellegrini (Samuele Antoni and Giuseppe 

Pellegrini) wood and coal, 506-508 Green 
Antoniades Euthymius, cook, r. 5363.i Natoma 
Antoniazzi Pietro, furniture, 1800 Powell, r. O'Con- 

nell PI 
Antonini Giovanni, painter, r. 14 Cadell Alley 
Antonio Demetrius, waiter, r. 143, 3d 
Antonio Domenico, waiter, r. 511 Broadway 
Antonio Frank, fislierman, r. 5 Vallejo 
Antonio Joseph, liquors, 408 Pacific 
Antonio M. Mrs., r. 1010}^ Jackson 
Antonio Sermidi. steward I. Cueuin, r. 233 Stevenson 
Antonioli Casimir (Antonioli & Zenovich) r. 3 Martha 

PI 
Antonioli & Zenovich (Casimir Antonioli and Peter 

Zenovich) liquors, NWcor Merchant and Sansome 
Antonovich Dominic G., salesman A. Lusk & Co.,r. 

712 Green 
Antonovich Florio, liquors and restaurant, N 8 Point 

Lobos Av nr 1st Av, r. 712 Green 
Antonovich Nicholas, stevedore, r. 1106 Broadway 
Antonsen Hans F , carpenter, r. 922 Battery 
Antony Frank, clerk S. P. Co., r. 37 3^ Clara 
Antony Henry, cutler, r. 1603 J^ Dupont 



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Antrou Peter, weaver, r. 2 Ivy Av 

Antz Albert H., butcher, r. 1825 Bash 

Antz Frederick, clerk, r. 1825 Bush 

Antz Heurv, butcher, 15-16 Grand Western Market r. 

1825 Bush 
Anzenhofer Charles, farmer, r. San Miguel Ranch, 

Old Ocean House Road 
Anzenhofer Louis, farmer, r. San Miguel Ranch, Old 

Oienn House Road 
Anzenhofer Louis Jr., farmer, r. San Miguel Ranch, 

Old Ocean House Road 
Anzenhofer Peter, dairyman, oflf Mission Road nr Sis 

Mile House 
Anzenhofer William, farmer, r. San Miguel Ranch, 

Old Ocean House Road 
Anzoli Anselmo, laborer, r. 15 Union PI 
Aoki T., artist, 131 Post 
Apac Secundino, com mcht, 37 Market, r. 32 South 

Park 
Apac Secundo, Spanish interpreter, r. 32 South Park 
Apel AuK'ist, musician, r. 325 >i Lombard 
Apel Ftrdinand C, cigarmkr, r. 25Rondell PI 
Apel John S., mfr cigars, 25 Rondell PI 
Apel Paul, cigarmkr, r. 25 Rondell PI 
B^'Apel. Appell and Apple 
Apelt Charles M., shirt mfr, 136 Montgomery Av, r. 

1423 Stockton 
Apfelbach LudwigG., baker, r. 2232 Mission 
ApfeU Valentine, clerk, r. 212 Minna 
Apflel Carrie Miss, varieties, 23UH Mission 
Aplfel Philip J., carpenter, r. 1706 Devisadero 
Apgar M., laborer Custom House, r. Temescal, Ala- 
meda Co. 
Apliu Norval E., salesman G. Hummel, r. 252 Minna 
Aplin Walter H., cook, r. 252 Minna 
Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific 

Apollo Consolidated Mining Co., Louis Sloss Jr., sec- 
retary, 310 Sansome 
Apollo The, Charles L. Buslach proprietor, choice 

wines and liquors, SE cor Jones and O'Farrell 
Apothecaries' Hall, W. J. Bryan proprietor, 3 

New Montgomery, Grand Hotel 
Appel Aaron, r. 1531 Howard 
Appel Alvin H., artist, r. 974 Folsom 
Appel Frank, millhand, r. 1107 Mason 
Appel Henry, upholsterer, r. 448 Tehama 
Appel Jesse, tanner, r W s Nebraska, nr Army 
Appel Julius, porter Held Bros. & Co., r. 22 Quinn 
Appel Louis, bartender, r. 812 Kearny 
Appel Samuel, steward Hose 9, r. 1531 Howard 
Appel Simon, tailor, 229, 4th, r. 1023 Golden Gate 

Av 
Appel William, expressman, r. 704 Linden Av 
^?"Appel. See Apel, Appell and Apple 
Appell John C, cabiuetmkr, r. 704 Bryant 
K^Appell. See Apel. Appel and Apple 
Appeltdflft Axel T., cashier, r, 616 Mason 
Appeuzeller Jacob, wagonmkr. r. 58 Zoe 
Apperi Michael, peddler, r. 617 J^ Ellis, rear 
Appers Joseph, porter Franz Siebrecht, r. 1524Ji 

Clay 
Apperson Charles L., carpenter, r. 1917 Mission 
Apperson Edgar, compositor, r. 821 Eddy 
Apiierson Gertrude Miss, r. 821 Eddy 
Apperson John A. . with Examiner Branch 

Office, 26, 7th, r. 821 Eddy 
Appiarius August H., groceries. ISOO Howard 
Appiarius Franz W., mcht, r. 1810 O'Farrell 
Appinrius Henry, bakery. 9U8 Valencia 
Appiarius Henry W., elk Schultze & Tiemann, r. 1810 

O'Farrf-ll 
Appiarius William, cider mfr, r. 1810 O'Farrell 
Apple Benjamin, medical student, r. 727 Grove 
Apple Henry, metal polisher, r. 727 Grove 
Apple Isidor, upholsterer, r. 727 Grove 



Apple Jacob, cashier Cunningham, Cuitiss k Welch 

r. 727 Grove 
Apple Morris, elk Cunningham. Curtiss & Welch, r. 

727 Grove 
Apple Phillip, woodworker, r. 317 Grant Av 
Apple Robert S. , elk Post Office, r. 122 Tavlor 
Apple Wolf W., r. 727 Grove 
8^"Apple. See Apel, Appel and Appell 
Applegarth John H., student Wrif;ht & Sanders, r. 

Oakland 
Applegate John J., mdse broker, 525 Market, r. 225k 

O'Farrell 
Appleton Aaron, shoemaker, r. 1018 Powell 
Appleton Axel, foreman Swanberg's Oyster House 

and Restaurant, r. 616 Mason 
Appleton D. ♦& Co. (New York), Dorvllle Libby 

manager, 1 Flood Bldg 
Appleton Harry, upholsterer, r. 615 J^ Natoma 
Appleton Isaac, peddler, r. 615^ Natoma 
Appleton Jacob, shoemaker, r. 604 Pine 
Appleton Thomas, broker, r. 17 Polk 
Appleton William, meter setter Spring Valley Water 

Works, r. Berkeley 
Applewhite A. L., elk freight auditor's dept 8. P. Co. 

r. 404 Elhs 
Appliss Charles, laborer, r. 532, 4th 
Appo William, laborer, r. 34 Hinckley 
Appraisers' Buildin«f V. S., E s Sansome, bet. 

Washington and Jackson 
Appraisers' U. S.. office U. S. Appraisers' Bldg, 

second floor 
Apprill Georjje, boots and shoes, 4 Summer, r, 

9'i0J<< Jackson 
Apsley George W., elk, r. 436 Stevenson 
Apte Adam, peddler, r. 6 Hayward 
Apted Walter, butcher, r. 118 Francisco 
Apthorpe Alfred E. H., elk J. C. Johnson & Co.. r. 

1021 J4 Market 
Aquatic The, John B. Muirhead proprietor, wines 

and liquors, 1604 Market 
Arabian Coffee and Spice Mills, Hills Bros., 
proprietors, 400 Sansome 

ARABOL MANUFAGTURIN& CO. THE, 

(13 Gold Street, Ne^v Yorli) niannfact- 
nrers of prepared Gums, Sizes and 
Finishes, Pastes, Cements, Mucilages, 
A. S. Hoffmann sole agent, 16 Eleventh 

Aragui Giovanni, waiter, r. 1339 Dupont 

Aramburo Charles, machinist Pac. Roll. Mill 

Arano Francisco, fisherman, r. 221 Vallejo, rear 

Arano Joaquin A., fireman, r. 245, 12th 

Arano Lauriano, laborer, r. 12 Pinkney PI 

Arapi Ortetto, bootblack, r. 6 MouIton'PI 

Arata A. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 719 Vallejo 

Arata Andrea, teamster, r. 4 Jasper PI 

Arata Andrew, laborer, r. 11 Union PI 

Arata Angelo, laborer, r. 14 Scott PI 

Arata Antonio i Torre & Arata), r. 522 Green 

Arata Augustino, teamster, r. 420 Broadway 

Arata Eurico, packer, r. 82 Francisco 

Arata Francisco, livery stable, 423 Broadway, r. 

19189^ Stockton 
Arata Frank, laborer, r. 404 Broadway 
Arata G., vegetables, 31 Colombo Market 
Arata Giovanni. laborer, r. Greenwich, nr Powell 
Arata Giovanni, teamster, r. 420 Broadway 
Arata Giovanni F., porter, r. 7 Barthold PI 
Arata Giuseppe, bootblack, r. 513}^ Greenwich 
Arata James, teamster, r. 4M Jasper PI 
Arata John, bootblack. 28 Leidesdortf, r. 1717 Stockton 
Arata John, vinegarmkr, r. 1906 Powell, rear 
Arata Joseph, laborer, r. 18 Brannan PI 
Arata Louis, r. 518 Greenwich 
Arata Louis, saloonkeeper, r. 1216 Point Loboa Av 
Arata Luigi. laborer, r. 507 Chestnut 
Arata Lulgi, longshoreman, r. 178 Vandewater 



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Arata Luigi, stablPman, r. 424 Broadway 

Arata Luigi, with Pac. Vinegar and Pickle Wks, r. 2012 

Mason 
Arata Maria, widow, r. 420 Broadway 
Arata Paolo, laborer, r. 522 Green 
Arata Paolo, scavenger, r. 27 Jj Lapidge 
Arata Paul, bootblack, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Arata Paul, stableman, r. 416 Broadway 
Arata Santa, wirewkr, r. 1112 Kearny 
Arata Seratino, groceries and produce, 801 Bush, r. 

736 Vallejo, rear 
Arata Stefano, laborer, r. 112 Broadway 
Arata Stefano, laborer, r 6 Hartman PI 
Arata Stephen, teamster, r. 13 Salmon 
Arazimo Ened, fisherman, r. 1007 Battery 
Arbuckle Bros. Coffee Co., Henry W. Smith agent, 22 

California, room 6 
Arbucklf- George W., agent Judson & Co. Excursions, 

624 Market, r. 215a Valencia 
Areata and Mad River KR. Co. (Areata, Humboldt 

Co.) F. Korbel & Bros, propts, main office 823 

Bryant 
Areata Mill and lixmiber Co., Jacob C. Haw- 
ley agent. Pier 4, Steuart 
Aroessi Giuseppe, bootblack, 701 Mission, r. 5 Filbert 

PI 
Archambault Charles C. dynamoman, r. 124 Silver 
Archambault George, r. 124 Silver 
Archer Charles H., machinist, r. 919 Folsom 
Archer Edward, coachman 911 Sutter 
Archer E. J. Mrs., widow, r. 414 O'Farrell 
Archer James, asst engineer atmr City of Sydney, r. 

9 Mission 
Archer James, carpenter, r. 704, 15th 
Archer James, coppersmith, r. 415, 5th 
Archer John, machinist, r. 415, 5th 
Archer Samel machinist Cahill & Hall Elevator Co., 

r. Oakland 
Archer Thomas, real estate, 320 Sansome, room 33, r. 

1208 Clay 
Archer William, machininist, r. 415, 5th 
Archer 'William Jr., upholsterer, r. 415, oth 
Archibald Arthur W., with P. L. Archibald, r. 319 

Ellis 
Archibald Charles N., salesman, r. 1203 Turk 
Archibald Eva, widow, r. 528 Eddy 
Archibald Francis A., general manager Pacific 

Coast Department Uuion Central Life Insurance 

Co., 419 California, rooms 4-6, r. 118 Ninth, Oak- 
land 
Archibald James F, J. , cashier Uuion Central 

Life Insurance Co., 419 California, rooms 4-6, r. 

118 Ninth, Oakland 
Archibald James W., molder, r. 560 Howard 
Archibald Lydia Miss, stenographer, r. 513 Stockton 
Archibald M. Miss, r. 625 Guerrero 
Archibald Mary, widow, r. 762 Folsom 
Arcbibald Prescott Li. , livery stable, 1129 Mar- 
ket, r. 1150 Fulton 
Archibald Walter H., conductor Maiket St. RR.. r. 

544 Bryant 
Archibald William, tailor, r. 509 3^ Leavenworth 
Archibald William P., elk Prjngle Bros. 
Archie Edward, cook, r. 52 Natoma 
Architect New City Hall Commission, office New City 

Hall, first floor 
Architectnral Iron Worlts, O'Connor & Lewis 

proprietors, SW cor Francisco and Kearny, office 

314 Montgomery 
Arclet M. Mrs., widow, r. 2010a Filbert 
Arctic Fishing Co., Cutting Packing Co. agents, 125- 

127 Market 
Arctic Oil "Works, Josiah N. Knowles manager, 

Edwin L. Griffith secretary, office 28 California 
Arctic Packing Co., Henry F. Fortmaun pres and 

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Arctic Placer Mining Co., F. A. Cornell sec, office 230 

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Arcularius George W., millwright, r. 438, 5th 

Arcuri Joseph, tailor, r. 825 Pacific 

Ardery James A., engineer, r. 1112 Tennessee 

Arding Mary, widow, r. 1109, 26th PW 

Arding Walter A., elk Balfour, Guthrie & Co., r. U09 

26th 
Arding Wilfred, elk Hammersmith & Field, r. 1109 

26th 
Ardley Alfred, r. 38 Eddy 
Ardley William, salesman Raphael Weill & Co., r. 510 

Geary 
Ardoin Adolph, cook, r. 29 John 
Ardoin Edward, r. 29 John 
Ardoin Victor, cook, r 29 John 
Arellano Bernard, wireworker, r, 225, 4th 
Arellano Mauro S., carpenter, 536 Green 
Arellano Mauro S. Jr., carpenter, r 536 Green 
Arena Antonio (Arena & Aicardi) r. 210 Pacific 
Arena & Aicardi (Antonio Arena and Adolfo Aicardi) 

wines and liquors, 210 Pacific 
Arend Lulu Mrs., r. 411 J^ Octavia 
Arendes Fritz, driver Jackson Brewery 
Arendt Edward T., upholsterer, r. 1320 Union 
Arendt H. Mrs., r. 322 Ellis 
Arendt H. & Co., mchts (Pleasanton, Cal.) office 4 

Sutter 
Arendt Isador, cigars and tobacco, 1 Taylor, r. 145 

Grove 
Arens Henry, stevedore, r. 493 Brannan 
Arensberg Jennie Mrs., r. 525 Brannan 
Arensberg Philip, salesman, r. 525 Brannan 
Arents Edward, elk, r. 616 California 
Arenz John, baker, r. 13 Hyde 
Arey Delia M. Mrs., r. 1357 Post 
Arey John M., seaman, r. 6 Union 
Arey Minord T., porter Jones it Co., r. 2225 California 
Arey Thomas, bartender, r. 125 Francisco 
Arey Walter W., accountant, r. 2225 California 
Arfsten Broder, groceries and liquors. NW cor 

15th and Noe 
Arfsten Emil, cellarman B. Dreyfus & Co., r.44 Clara 
Arfsten Knud E. (J. Boehrer & Co.) r. Oakland 
Arfvidson August, lumberman, r. 1007 Alabama 
Argall Frank G., elk. Balfour, Guthrie s Co., r. 917 

Hyde 
Argall John, capitalist, r. 628 Golden Gate Av 
Argenti Jerome J. B. (Argenti & Ware) r. SW cor 17th 

and Guerrero 
Argenti Tullio, marble cutter, r. 2944}^ Mission 
Argenti Tullio J., blacksmith, 29383^ Mission, r. 605 

Bartlett 
Argeiiti & Ware (Jerome J. B. Argenti and John H. 

Ware Jr.) druggist SW cor 17th and Guerrero 
Argents George P., laborer, r. 518 Stevenson, rear 
Argieg Peter J. . furnishing goods, 1407 Stockton, r. 

1820 Stockton 
Argonaut Mutual Building and Loan Association, L. 

L. Dennery & Son secretaries, 214 Pine, rooms 3-5 
Argonaut Pnblisbing Co., Frank M. Pixley 

president, Jerome A. Hart secretary and treas- 
urer, publishers and proprietors The Argonaut, 

213 Grant Av 
Argonant The (weekly) Argonaut Publishing Co., 

publishers and proprietors, 213 Grant .\v 
Argoud Joseph L., policeman, r. 53 Sanchez 
Arguello Julius, photographer, r. 807, 24th 
Arguello Lola Miss, r. 912 Bush 

Ariani Louis, clerk Tillmann & Bendel, r. 312 Vallejo 
Ariani Victor, bookbinder, r. 312 Vallejo 
Arias Cipriano sausagemkr, r. 1318 Dupont 
Arias David C, engineer, r. 1123 Broadway 
Arias Esignacia, widow, r. 435 Green 
Arias Frank C, student, r. 1123 Broadway 
Arias Henry, lithographer, r. 1123 Broadway 
Aria.= Ramona, widow, r. 1123 Broadway 
Arias Trinity, pressman, r. 1123 Broadway 
Ariel PUarmacy, , Truman F. Bacon proprietor. 

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Ariel Rowing Club, Railroad Bridge nr Merrimac 

Aries Frank, shoemkr, r. 526 Broadway 

Aries John, seaman, r. 52() Broadway 

Arietta Severl, bootblack, r. 2 Varennes 

Arifja Antonio, laborer, r. 112 Broadway 

Aringo Kafael, boarding, 11-2 Broadway 

Ario Carl, disliwanher, r. 088 Commercial 

Ariolo Gaetauo, fisherman, r. 5 Vallejo 

Avion House, Frederick Huber prop, 13-15 Page 

Arion Verein,John H. Sievers pres, Grustav Trittenbach 
sec, 414 Pine 

Arizona Block. 201-205 Market 

Arizona Hotel. Jacob Schupp prop, 11-13 Clay 

Arizona Sandstone Co., J. M. Curry agent, 314 Mont- 
gomery, room 11 

Arizona Stage Co., Monroe Salisbury genl mgr, 14 
Sansome 

Arizona Telegraph Co. (Phoenix, A. T ) N. K. Masten 
pres, C. L. Montgomery sec, office Crocker Bldg, 
room 3 

Arizona Warehouse, John R. Sumter manager, 
222-232 King 

Ar.io M., r, 1208 Broadway 

Arjo Norbert, clerk, r. 8 Clinton 

Arjo Philip B., bagmaker, r. 1222 Union 

Arkison James D., cutter Joseph T. Poheim, r. Oak- 
land 

Arl Joseph, waiter, r. 431 ^ Chesnut 

Arland Charles H., tanner, r. San Bruno Road, bet 
Adam and Eve 

Arlburg Fritz, tailor, r. 1032 Mission 

Arlett Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, r, 1018 Oapp 

Arlett James C, brassfinisher, W.T.Garrett & Co., 
r. Oakland 

Arling David F., laborer, r, 2631 Bryant Av, rear 

Arling Isaac S., watchman, r. 2631 Bryant Av, rear 

Arlington House The, Mrs. Hannah Teese prop., 127 
Kearny 

Armager Charles W., elk. r. 1012 Page 

Armand Celine Mrs., lodgings and dressmaking, 540 
Washington 

Armanini Giovanni, laborer, r. S 8 Berry, nr 7th 

Armanino Giovanni B., scavenger, r. 14 Union PI 

Armaut Charles, cook, r. 1148 Folsom 

Armbrust Adolph C, butcher,1305 Castro, r. 1411, 
24th 

Armbrust Henry, carpenter, r. 1045 Market 

Armbrust Henry J., laborer, r. 940, 19th 

Armbrui5ter Adolphine, r. 11 Hickory Av 

Armbruster Charles J., elk John L. Boone, r. 1209a 
Folsom 

Armbruster Edward A., elk R. L. Radke, r. 1209a Fol- 
som 

Armbruster George W., stenographer Jarboe & Jar- 
boe, r. 1209a Folsom 

Armbruster Helen Miss, teacher Columbia Grammar 
School, r. 11 Hickory Av 

Armbruster Julius H., engraver, 9 Geary 

Armbruster Sophia, widow, r. 1209a Folsom 

8^" Armbruster. See Ambruster 

Armer Andrew M. (Armer & Weinskenkjr. 1710 Web- 
ster 

Armer Arthur, salesman M. Schoenfeld, r. 627 Ellis 

Armer Beckle Miss, milliner, r. 810b Geary 

Armer Benjamin, bkkpr M. Armer & Co., r. 1710 Web- 
ster 

Armer Edith Miss, teacher John Swett Grammar 
School, r. 1710 Webster 

Armer Henry, machinist, r. 453 Bryant 

Arniei Herman, r. 810 Geary 

Armer Joseph L., merchant, r. 1611 Post 

Armer Leon, r. 027 Ellis 

Armer M. & Co. (Max Armer) mfr cigars. 306-308 
Sacramento 

Armer Max (M. Armer k Co.) r. 1710 Webster 

Armer Morris, salesman, r. 627 Ellis 

Armer Sidney, designer Diekman-Jones Co., r. 1710 
Webbter 



Armer & Weinshenk (Andrew M. Armer and Charles 
Weinshenk) watch materials and jewelers' sup- 
plies, 220 Sutter 
Armes Charles W. (Armes & Dallam) r. Oakland 
Armes Charles W. Jr., buyer Armes & Dallam, r. 

Oakland 
Amies Edgar C, teamster, r. 1623 McAllister 
Armes George A., blacksmith, r. 35 Dorland 
Armes George H., supt broom factory Armes & Dal- 
lam, r. Oakland 
Armes •& Dallam (Charles W. Armes and Richard 
B. Dallam) importers, manufacturers and jobbers 
wooden and willow ware, wrapping i^aper, churns, 
broom handles, etc., 232-220 Front, cor Sacra- 
mento, broom factory 219 Clay 
fi^" Armes. See Arms 

Armingtou Lorenzo E,, salesman, r. 11 Pond 
Armitage John, sailmkr, r. 234 Church 
Armltage Joseph E., liquors, 1723 Market 
Armitage Thomas W., clerk local freight office S. P. 

Co., r. 8r2a Larkin 
Armitage William H., architect, 319-321 Phelan Bldg, 

r. 623 Turk 
Armknecht Louis, poultry and game, 76-77 Center 

Market, r. 1020 Army 
Armond F., bellman Bohemian Club, r. 514 Bush 
Armour Packinjg Co. (Kansas City, Mo.) J. 
McCulIough manager San Francisco branch, 211- 
213 Clay and 206-210 Commercial 
Armour S., 3d officer stmr City of Panama 
Armour <& Co. (Chicago) The John T. Cutting 

Co. agents, 23-25 California 
Arms Charles S., r. 120, 7th 
Arms Richard D., clerk, r. 519 Sacramento 
Armsby Frank, salesman F. W. Butler & Co. 
Armsby J. K. Company (Chicago, 111.) A. G. 
Freeman manager, wholesale commission mer- 
chants, office 12-14 Davis 
Armstrong Alfred F., clerk, r. 2004 Bush 
Armstrong Alfred J., clerk P. M. S. S. Co., r. 1813 

Lyon 
Armstrong Amanda, widow, r. 533 Post 
Armstrong Andrew, bkkpr John Taylor, r. 613 Minna 
Armstrong Andrew J., speculator, r. 8 Gough 
Armstrong Angel, clerk Troy Laundry Machinery Co., 

r. 536^ Natoma 
Armstrong Benjamin F. (Armstrong & Merchant) r. 

Oakland 
Armstrong Benjamin F., salesman Moore, Hunt& Co., 

r. 2220 Webster 
Armstrong Carrie, widow, r. 447 Jj Jessie 
Armstrong Charles, r. 122 Eddy, rear 
Armstrong Charles, laborer, r. 1049 Folsom 
Armstrong Charles F., foreman Pac. Wooden ware and 

Cooperage Co., r. 404, 9th 
Armstrong Charles S., r. 730, 25th 
Armstrong Christopher, bartender, r. 36 Rausch 
Armstrong Dennis, salesman, r. 1211 Powell 
Armstrong Dorothy, widow, r. 730, 25th 
Armstrong E. Mrs., lodgings, 8 Gough 
Armstrong Edward F., salesman M. J. Brandenetein 

& Co., r. Oakland 
Armstrong Emma B. Miss, stenographer, r. 619 Oapp 
Armstrong Fidelia S., widow, r. 219a Webster 
Armstrong Frank, conductor, r. 501, 6th 
Armstrong Frank T., teamster, r. 1429 Folsom 
Armstrong Frederick W., elk, r. 2907 Washington 
Armstrong Freeman B., tinner, r. 1713}^ Post 
Armstrong G. & Co., (George Armstrong) importers 

hardware, 120 Beale 
Armstrong George, (G. Armstrong & Co) r. 905J^ 

Guerrero 
Armstrong George, (DeSolla & Armstrong) r. 3 Monroe 
Armstrong George F., carriage painter, San Bruno 

Road nr Army, r. 2612 Bryant Av 
Armstrong George R. (Armstrong & DeGuerrejr. 1827 
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Armstrong Gustave, sackmaker, r. 533 Post 
Armstrong H., r. 110 Mason 
Armstrong Hannah, widow, r. 203 Bartlett, rear 
Armstrong Harriott W. Mrs., r. 814 Fulton 
Armstrong Harry, mfrs agent, 318 Market, r. Sausalito 
Armstrong Harry L., gripman, r. 337b San Jose Av 
Armstrong Henry, elk Cluff Bros., r. 327 i^ Union 
Armstrong Henry, grocer, r. 437 3^ Greenwich 
Armstrong Henry, salesmanJ. J. O'Brien & Co.,r. 612 

Polk 
Armstrong Herbert G., lineman, r. 219a Webster 
Armstrong Hugh, machinist, r. 119 Silver 
Armstrong H. W., r. 814 Fnllon 
Armstrong Ida, widow, r. 147, 3d 
Armstrong James, r. £02 Leavenworth 
Armstrong James, copyist, r. 640 Clay 
Armstrong James, laborer, r. 904 Minnesota 
Armstrong James, laborer, r. 501 Napa 
Armstrong James, laundryman, r. 20 Natoma 
Armstrong James, president The Sonora Electric 
Light Co., and vice-president and general man- 
ager The Pacific Electrical Storage Co., 118-120 
Pine, r. 1717 McAllister 
Armstrong James T., r. 1211 Golden Gate Av 
Armstrong James W., salesman Miller, Sloss & Scott, 

r. 205 Turk 
Armstrong Janet, widow, r. 1 Baker 
Armstrong John, r. 200 Turk 
Arirstrong John, roofer, r. 18 M Otis PI 
Armstrong John A., cooper, r. 1117 Hampshire 
Armstrong John F. , seaman, r. 510 Jackson 
Armstrong John J., teacher, r. 819 Point Lobos Av 
Armstrong John J. Jr., draughtsman Western Sugar 

Kefining Co., r. 602 Leavenworth 
Armstrong John L., lamplighter, r. 23, 12th 
Armstrong John E., chief delivery elk P. M. SS. Co., 

r. 1813 Lyon 
Armstrong John W., laborer, r. 420 Powell 
Armstrong Joseph H. , plumber and gasfitter, 352, 24th 
Armstrong Joseph R., assayer, r. 1123^ Valencia 
Armstrong Kate, widow, r. 18 J4 Otis PI 
Armstrong Lendrum, laundryman Occidental Hotel 
Armstrong Lucius P., elk freight auditor's dept S. P. 

Co., r. 1121 Oak 
Armstrong Lucy A., widow, r. 923 Washington 
Armstrong Margaret N. Miss, dressmkr, r. 906 Geary 
Armstrong Mary, widow, r. 107, 16th 
Armstrong Mary Mrs., r. 227 Olive Av 
Armstrong May W. Miss, stenographer, r. 619 Capp 
Armstrong Minnie Miss, dressmkr, r. 20 Natoma 
Armstrong Nellie Miss, teacher Crocker Grammar 

School, r. 517 Webster 
Armstrong Patrick H., elk. r, 612 Polk 
Armstrong Richard B., stock broker, r. 1830 Howard 
Armstrong Robert, seaman, r. 317 Beale 
Armstrong Rodman S., laborer, r. 13 Page 
Armstrong Rndolpb, cooper, wine and lager 

beer casus, beer kegs, etc,, 227-229 Main, r. 938 

Magnolia, Oakland 
Armstrong S. A., stenographer Chronicle, r. 211 Elm Av 
Armstrong Samuel, salesman E. Korn, r. 564 Bryant 
Armstrong Samuel C, printer, r. 9 Harlan PI 
Armstrong Talbot W., elk, r. 1418}^ Howard 
Armstrong Thomas W., mfg agt, 308 Market, r. 619 

Capp 
Armstrong Truman B., tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. 1713 J<J Post 
ArmstroGg William, elk asst adjutant general, dept 

of Gal., U. S. A., r. Berkeley 
Armstrong William, compositor, r. 613 Minna 
Armstrong William, molder, r. 1415 Geary 
Armstrong William, policeman, r. 2628 Sutter 
Armstrong William F., painter, 404 McAllister 
Armstrong William H.. elk Robinson & Knox, r. 28 

Pierce 
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Armstrong William J., supt O'Connor, Moffatt & Co., 
r. 712 M Taylor 

Armstrong William P., r. 303 Jessie 

Armstrong William S., bkkpr Pac. Bank, r. 1004b 
Golden Gate Av 

Armstrong W. Wallace, expert accountant, 508 Califor- 
nia, room 28, r. 814 Fulton 

Armstrong «& De Guerre (George R. Armstrong 
and A. S. J. Be Guerre) stationers and printers, 
404 Montgomery 

Armstrong & Merchant (Benjamin F. Armstrong and 
Eben W. Merchant) paints, oils, glass, etc., 46, 
3d 

Arnaboldi Angelo, furniture, 1512 Dupont, r. 10 La- 
fayette PI 

ARNAUD ALBERT importer 
and dealer wines and liquors, NW cor 
Grant Av and Post, r. 1031 Post 

Arnaud Mary C, widow, r. 921 Post 
Arnberger Charles M., bellhanger, r. 1010 Montgom- 
ery 
Arnberger Frank A., opr Pac. Postal Tel Cable Co., 

r. Ill Germanla 
Arnberger Sabyna, widow, r. 1010 Montgomery 
Arnberger Theodore R., foreman P. J. Thomas, r. 2 

Moulton PI 
Arndt Fritz, bartender, r. 106 Steuart 
Arndt Joseph, cook, r. 347 Jessie 
Arneke Anton F., elk Crane Co., r. 1145 Mission 
Arneke James, brushmkr R. W. Simpson 
Arneke Joseph, cook F. C. Hornung 
Arneley Edward, seaman, r. 6 Union 
Arnett B. F. Mrs., varieties, 90 Precita Av, B. H. 
Arnett John (Arnett i: Rivers) r. 2507 Washington 
Arnett «fe Rivers (John Arnett and Lionel Rivers) 
agents New York Belting and Packing Co., and 
New Tork Leather Belting Co., rubber goods, 
belting, packing and hose, leather belting, bicy- 
cle tires, trisodium phosphate, etc., 17-19 Main 
[^"Arnett. See Arnott 
Arrey James, carpenter, r. 311, 17th 
Arnheim Charles, machinehand, r. 9733^ Bryant 
Arnheim Gustave S. , elk S. S. Arnheim 
Arnheim Herman S., accountant, r. 969 Howard 
Arnheim Joseph, elk N. J. . Franklin, r. 1106 Market 
Arnheim Julius, druggist, 8 Steuart, r. 849 Harrison 
Arnheim Max, clerk M. J. Franklin, r. 957 Mission 
Arnheim Samuel S., nautical charts -and books, 8 

Steuart 
Arnheim William S., watchmkr and jeweler, 8 Steu- 
art. r. Alameda 
Arnliold Benjamin, cashier Louis Sloss & Co., and 
secretary Royal, Pacific. Northern, Thin Point 
Packing Co's, and Nushagak Canning Co., 310 
Sansome, r. 1301 Gough 
Arnhold Hugo, salesman Crown Distilleries Co., r. 

1301 Gough 
Arnke Henry, liquors, SW cor 2d and Jessie, r. 45, 2d 
Arnkil Valdemar, painter, r. 1063 J^ Mission 
Arkinstall John, porter, r. 12 Harriet 
Arnoex Felix, cook, r. 115 Prospect PI 
Arnold Albert E.. bkkpr Electric Imp. Co., r. 315 

Minna 
Arnold Amelia A., widow, r. 1323 Dupont 
Arnold Ann A., widow, r. E s Mississippi, nr Mariposa 
Arnold Anna M. Miss, compositor, r. 1224 Union 
Arnold Anna P., widow, r. 127 Arlington, nr Mateo, 

Fairmount Tract 
Arnold Austin, secretary Hawley Brothers Hard- 
ware Co., SW cor Market and Beale, r. 413 Van 
Ness Av 
Arnold Benjamin ¥. K., cigar dealer, r. 201 Powell 
Arnold Brotliers (Harry B. and William G.) gro- 
ceries, NE cor Twenty-first and Valencia, and 
boarding stables, 17 Bartlett 
Arnold Charles H., printer, 615 Merchant, r.734 Grove 
Arnold Charles M., contractor, r. 1065 Market 



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Arnold Charles S., clerk West Coast Plumbing Supply 

Co., r.316 Bartlett 
Arnold Charles S.. clerk Ames & Harris, r. Oakland 
Arnold Clarence E. , attorney, r. 42i Franklin 
Arnold C. M. Mrs., furnished rooms, 10G5 Market 
Arnold Cyrus M. , manaKcr Western Land Com- 
pany, t)40 Market, r. 1011 Haight 
Arnold Daniel B., carpenter, r. 1913 Hyde 
Arnold Daniel E., carpenter, r. 1'224 Union 
Arnold David, laborer, r. 2523 Post 
Arnold Edward C, clerk, r. 219 Guerrero 
Arnold Edward H., dairy, SW cor University and Silli- 

man, U. M. T. 
Arnold Edson C, clerk, r. 948, 21st 
Arnold Emile, cook, r. 1312 Harrison 
Arnold Ernestine J. Miss, teacher Hamilton Gram- 
mar School, r. The Strathmore 
Arnold Everett O., clerk Union Iron Wks, r. 221 Solano 
Arnold Florence A., widow, r. 522 Polk 
Arnold Francis W., r. 503 Grove 

Arnold Frank, elk U. S. Ry Mail Service, r. Oakland 
Arnold Frank A., tanner, r. cor Napa and Vermont 
Arnold Frank K., cigars and tobacco, 801 Market, r. 

219 Grant Av 
Arnold Fremont C, carpenter, r. 815 York 
Arnold F. Wayland, molder, r. Mississippi nr Butte 
Arnold George A., tanner, r. Vermont and Napa 
Arnold George H,, hotel keeper, r. 11 Dearborn PI 
Arnold George W. , cashier Electric Improvement 

Co., 35 New Montgomery, r. Alameda 
Arnold Gold and Silver Mining Co., Au- 
gustus Judson secretary, 320 Sansome, room 52 
Arnold Gottlieb, butcher, 3410 Mission 
Arnold Hardware Co., N. S.Arnold president, 
hardware commission merchants and manufac- 
turers' agents, 109 California and 23 Davis 
Arnold Harry B. (Arnold Bros.) r. 1124, 2l8t 
Arnold Henry A,, with Phelps & Arnold, 220 222 

Mission, r. 526 Fell 
Arnold Henry G., elk A. J. Jonas, r. 347 Tehama 
Arnold Henry G., mcht, r. 1059 Market 
Arnold Herbert F., elk Pioneer Oil Wks, r. 1036 Mc 

Allister 
Arnold J. Mrs., r. 2908 Jackson 

Arnold Jacob M., laborer, r. SW cor Siena and Lou- 
isiana 
Arnold James J., blacksmith, r. 717 Tennessee 
Arnold J. D., physician, oflSce Chronicle Bldg, room 

54, r. 2105 Pacific Av 
Arnold John C, r. 7 Pratt PI 
Arnold John F., carpenter, r. 1036 McAllister 
Arnold John F., clkW. H. Nolan & Co., r. 721 Golden 

Gate Av 
Arnold Joseph, r. 1723 San Carlos Av 
Arnold Joseph, laborer, r. 312, 10th 
Arnold Kate L., widow, r. 2218!^ Fillmore 
Arnold Laura D. Miss, stenographer, r. 2218)^ Fill- 
more 
Arnold Lelia Miss, asst librarian Free Public Library 

Branch No. 2 
Arnold Louis, butcher, r. SW cor Laguna and Fulton 
Arnold Louia E. , mgr West Coast Plumbing Supply 

Co., 53, 1st, r. 207 Larkin 
Arnold Louis G., grocer, r. 1059 Howard 
Arnold Louisa B., widow, r. 1811 Post 
Arnold Maggie, widow, r. 1736 Eddy 
Arnold Mary A. Mrs., r. 218 Eddy 
Arnold Matthew, supt Union Iron Wks, r. 733 Min- 
nesota 
Arnold Maurice P., shipwright, r. 409 Folsom 
Arnold Max. laborer, r. SW cor Louisiana and Sierra 
Arnold May Miss, teacher Chinese school, r. The 

Strathmore 
Arnold M. E., r. 430 Haight 

Arnold Michael (Arnold & Odermatt) r. 10 Albion Av 
Arnold Morris, ship carpenter, r. 34 Rincon PI 
Arnold Ninian J., cabinetmkr, r. 720 Geary 



Arnold Noah S., president Arnold Hardware Co,' 
109 California and 23 Davis, r. Oakland 

Arnold Otto, elk London and S. F. Bank, r. 915 Sutter 

Arnold Patrick H. (Arnold & Walsh) r. 102 Eddy 

Arnold Percy, elk, r. SW cor University and SiUiman. 
U. M. T. 

Arnold Peter L., conductor r. 15 Johnston Av 

Arnold Richard, stmr Mason, r. 262 Branuau 

Arnold Rufns, tanner, r. 223 Sanchez 

Arnold Seth, seaman r. 6 Union 

Araold 8. J., r. 430 Haight 

Arnold Thomas, drivtr Hook and Ladder 2 

Arnold Thomas, laborer, r. 606, 4th 

Arnold Thomas C, salesman, r. 412 Lott 

Arnold Thomas P. B., driver Chemical Engine 5 

Arnold VVilliam, r. 717 Tennessee 

Arnold William, teamster A. E. BuckmBU & Co. 

Arnold William B., driver, r. 1009 Valencia 

Arnold William G. (Arnold Bros.) r. 1122,21st 

Arnold William H., locksmith, r. 734 Grove 

Arnold William L., with Pac. Ins. Union, r. Oak- 
land 

Arnold William R., elk West Coast Plumbing Supply 
Co., r. 207 Larkin 

Arnold William S., inventor, r. 2763, 16th 

Arnold William T., photographer, r. 1140 Market 

Arnold W. S., ganger U. S., int rev, r. Pasadena 

Arnold & Odermatt (Michael Arnold and Adolph Oder- 
malt) liquors, 10 Albion Av 

Arnold ti Walsh (Patrick H. Arnold and Lawrence F. 
Walsh) gent's furnishing goods, 34, 6th 

Arnott James, carpenter, r. 517 Noe 

Arnott James, bricklayer, r. 803 Church 

BSy Arnott. See Aruett 

Arnsberg Baruch C, butcher, r. 713 Dupont 

Arnsberg Isador, elk, r. 1713 Dupont 

Arnstein George W., carpenter, r. 256 Clementina 

Arnstein Ludwig, (Stein, Simon & Go.)r. 1610 Frank- 
lin 

Arnstein Meyer W., optician, r. 129 Morris Av 

Arnstein Philip, clerk, r. 129 Morris Av 

Aron Emil, (Michaels, Wand & Co.) r. 337 Geary 

Aron Leopold, fresco painter, r. 1836 Sutter 

Aron Maurice, fresco painter, r. 1836 Sutter 

Aron Morris, cigarmaker, r. 147. 2d 

8^" Aron. See Aaron 

Aronade Eugene Mrs., r. 724 Natoma 

Aronsen August, seaman, r. 16'.i% Bryant 

Aronsohn Isaac, mcht, r. 312 Gough 

Aronsohn Martin A., elk auditing dept Well8,Fargo & 
Co., r. 5 Monroe 

Aronsohn Sigmund, r. 5 Monroe 

Aronson Abraham, (Aronson Furniture Co.) r. 712 
Leavenworth 

Aronson Bernard, r. 1928 Bush 

Aronson Charles S., bkkpr Anglo-American Crockery 
and Glassware Co., r. 1928 Bush 

Aronson Ernest, mcht, r. 305 Octavia 

Aronson Furniture Company, furniture and 
carpets, 410 Post 

Aronson George, loan office, 126 Kearny raom 9, r. 
1702 }« Buchanan 

Aronson Henry, cloakmkr, r. 1044 Howard 

Aronson I. & Co., (Isidor Aronson and Simon Mayer) 
fruits and vegetables. 17. Kith 

Aronson Isidor (I. Aronson & Co.) r. 517 Grove 

Aronson Martin, seaman, r. 763 ?4 Bryant 

Aronson Max, salesman Newhall's Sons & Co., r. 352 
Grove 

Aronson Moses, porter, r. 309 M Jersey 

Arongon Philip N. (B. Bluementhal & Co.) r. 1314 
Geary 

sy Aronson. See Aaronson and Aronsohn. 

Aronstein Adolpli, phyeician.office 30 Post, hours 
12 M. to 1:30 P. M., r. 1616 Sutter 

Aronstein Charles N.. salesman, r. 1616 Sutter 

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Arp Charles W., conductor, r. 1329 J^ Clay 
Arper Thomas, engineer, r. 2013 >5 Mission 
Arrighi Senefii, elk L. Solari, r. 402 Cedar Av 
Arrighinl Giuseppe, bartender, r. 428 Broadway 
Arrillaga Santiago, teacher music, r. 2315 Jackson 
Arrington, Nicholas T., bkkpr, r. 1024 Jackson 
Arrington William, mining, 328 Montgomery, room 

15, r. Alameda 
Arriola Edward F., photographer, r. 1310 Green 
ArriBon Frank, lather, r. 27}<S, 4th 
Arrouge Eugene, dyer, r, 824 Jessie 
Arrouge Frank, boilermkr, r. 824 Jessie 
Arrowsmith John, laborer, r. 18 Oak Grove Av 

Arroyo Mrs., widow, r. 727 Vallejo 

Arroyo Jorge, dentist, r. 703 Geary 

Art Glasa Worlss, John Mallon proprietor, 1211- 

1215 Howard 
Art Publisliing Company, 429 Montgomery 
Art Students' League, Miss E. Curtis sec, 8 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Artana Luigi, (Casimiro, Biagini, & Co.) r. 5 Vin- 
cent 
Arter N. R., salesman, Goldberg, Bowen & Leben- 

baum, r. Alameda 
Arteri Angelo, fisherman, r. 320 Vallejo 
Artesian Water Worlsa, (Alameda) Ivy L. Bor- 
den superintendent, office, 506 J^ Commercial 
Arth Isidor, harnessmkr, r. 22 Turk 
Arthur Charles, surgeon stmr Peru 
Arthur C. T. B., r. 26th & Valencia 
Arthur F. Mrs., widow, r. 360 Brannan 
Arthur George a ., barber, r. 840 Valencia 
Arthur J., r. 13 Dearborn PI. 
Arthur Joseph W.. actor, r. 510 Stockton 
Arthur Oscar, carpenter, r. 1102 Howard 
Arthur Sadie, widow, r. 1010 Leavenworth 
Arthur Thomas, bartender, r. 825 Kearny 
Arthur William, salesman Murphy Grant & Co., r. 

1258 California 
Arthurson Albert, blacksmith, r. 2001J^ Dupont 
Artlcary Michael, carpenter, r. 1803 Powell 
Artigues Charles, collector Bayle, Lacoste & Co,, r. 

220 Chestnut 
Artigues Emil, capitalist, r. 1214 McAllister 
Artigues Joseph E., physician, 24 Phelan Bldg., r. 220 

Chestnut 
Artigues Marie, widow, r. 220 Chestnut 
Artigues Marias, secretary Boesch Lamp Co., 

585 Mission, r. 1214 McAllister 
Artis Dennis, laborer, r, 268 Jessie 
Artot, Auguste, chef The Baldwin 
Artsimovitcli Vladimir A., Consul Russia, 
411 J<j California, rooms 3-4, r. Pacific Union Club 
Artus John, baker, r. 1206}^ Kearny 
Arundell William T., bkkpr, r. 1 Henrietta Sq 
Arvidson August, laborer, r. 1007 Alabama 
Arvidson Harry A., machinist, r. 156, 14th 
Arvidson J. A., 3d officer stmr City of Sydney 
Arzberger Joseph, foreman Bissinger &iCo., r. 2632)^ 

Bryant Av 
Arzberger Martin, painter, r. 125 M Germania 
Arzner Louis, bartender, r . 1205 Hayes 
Arzt Joseph, butcher Katz k Sons, r. 435 Pine 
Asal Adolph, brush mfr, 11473^ Mission 
Asbecb August, photographer, 1140 Market 
Asbridge Thomas A., livery stable, 1616 Mission, r. 

1513 Mission 
Asch Aaron, barber, 788 Folsom, r. 30 Everett 
Asch Benjamin, ins agt, 317 California, r. 967 Howard 
Asch Frederick, elk Anglo-Am. Crockery and Glass- 
ware Co., r. 2110 Mason 
Asch Isaac, barber, r. 465b Tehama 
Asch Isidore, cigars and tobacco, 101 Grant Av, r. 608 

Guerrero 
Asch Philip, barber, 215, 6th, r. 465b Tehama 
Asch Simon, elk Newman &Levinson, r. 762}^ Folsom 
Ascbe William, cigars and tobacco, 215, 6th, r. 465b 
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Asche Harry C, salesman Raphael Weill & Co., r. 37 

Post 
Agcheck Henry F.. draughtsman Dewey & Co., r. Ala- 
meda 
Aschen Henry (Schwarz & Aschen) r. 416 Laguna 
Ascher Henry D.. elk John Plath, r. 1401 Steiner 
Ascher Ralph, butcher, r. 469 Tehama 
Ascher Samuel, peddler, r. 15 J^ Langton 
Aschert F. W., porter, r. 638 Commercial 
Aschheim Edward M., real estate agt, r. 26 J^ Kearny 
Aschheim lirael J., asst sec Board of Education, r. 

409 Eddy 
iK^ Aschheim, See Asheim 
Aschman Charles, engineer, r. 1111, 18th 
Aschmann William (Aschmann & Meyenborg) r. 11 

Hyde 
Aschmann William, stevedore, r. 124 Silver 
Aschmann & Meyenborg (William Aschmann and 

August Meyenborg) groceries SW cor Eddy and 

Taylor 
89^* Aschmann. See Ashman 
Ascroft Henry, dispatcher Geary St. RR., r. 2118 

Point Lobos Av 
Ash Clara, widow, r. 1407 Webster 
Ash Elizabeth, widow, r. 743 Folsom 
Ash Frederick, giipman, r. 128, 10th 
Ash George D., packer, r. 11 Varenness PI 
Ash Gregory, longshoreman, r. 302, 18th 
Ash Leo, ins agt, r. 2809 Turk 
Ash Lett, conductor Omnibus Cable Co., r. Fair- 

mount nr Chenery 
Ash Mary, widow, r. 11 Varennes PI 
Ash Mary, widow, r. 615, 3d 
Ash Percy W. H., real estate, r. 2410 Steiner 
Ash Philip, cook, r. 619 Merchant 
Ash Rachael Miss, teacher Lincoln Evening School, 

r. 809 Turk 
Ash Richard, groceries, 755 Howard 
Ash Robert (Ash & Mathews) 601 California 
Ash Stephen W., paper carrier, r. 238, 7th, rear 
Ash Theresa, widow, r. 2110 Mason 
Ash William, elk, r. 1045 Mission 
Ash William B., r. 414 Larkin 
Ash William H., agent, r. 1513 M Market 
Ash & Mathe-\vs (Robert Ash and Hiram W. 

Mathews) attorneys at law, 601 California 
S3^ Ash. See Asch and Ashe 
Asham George, foreman mail room Examiner, r. 410 

Ellis 
Ashburner William Mrs, , widow, r. 1014 Pine 
Ashby Daniel, engineer, r. 157, 2d 
Ashby John, bartender, r. 103, 1 5th 
Ashby Thomas, laborer, r. 11 Otis PI 
Ashcroft Julia, widow, r. 2546 Howard 
Ashcroft Percy, elevatorman, r. 2546 Howard 
Ashcroft William H. (Hall & Ashcroft) r. 760, 22d 
Ashdown John, piano tuner, r. 1206 Market 
Ashe Algernon S., tanner, r. 2315 Sacramento 
Ashe Camilla Miss, r. 2315 Sacramento 
Ashe C. L. Mrs., widow, r. 2315 Sacramento 
Ashe Elizabeth Miss, r. 2315 Sacramento 
Ashe Fannie Miss, stenographer M. J. Waldheimer, 

r. 1407 Webster 
Ashe Gaston M., attorney, 438 California, r. 1216 Jones 
Ashe John H., laborer, r. 220, 7th 
Ashe Matthew, bartender, r. 3413 Mission 
Ashe Patrick, foreman warehouses. H. Franks & Co., 

r. 807 York 
Ashe Richard, messenger Anglo-Cal. Bank, r. 119 

Webster 
Ashe Sidney, r. 2315 Sacramento 
Ashe William L., special agent and adjuster R.V. 

Watt, 317 California 
Aehe. See Ash and Asch 
Asheim Michael, salesman F. Toplitz & Co., r. 919 

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Ashelm Samuel, salesman F. Toplitz & Co., r. 919 

McAllister 
Ashelm. See Aschelm 

Ashelman Alvy D., varieties, 2005-2007 Geary 
Asheuf alter Andrew M., elk W.Loaiza & Co. , r.l25, 27th 
AshenbagenR, upholsterer, r. 24}^ Lily Av 
Asher A., gripman, r. 1523 Polk 
Asher Aciolph, r. 1321 J(i Golden Gate Ave 
Asher Adolph, grocer, r 423 Laguna 
Asher Albert, elk D. DeBemardi & Co , r. 611 Taylor 
Asher Alexander B., policeman, r. 217 Fair Oaks 
Asher Asher F., gents' furnishing goods, 303 Grant 

Ave., and hats and caps, 305 Grant Av, r. 1310 

Webster 
Asher Charles L., r. 204 Sutter 
Asher Daniel, elk A. F. Asher. r. 1310 Webster 
Ashej: Eugene, gripman, r. 5U1 Leavenworth 
Asher Henry, r. 1311 Gough 
Asher Hugo K. , law student Edmund Tauszky, r. 

1321 M Golden Gate Ave 
Asher Isaac, stock elk M. Friedman k Co., r. 934 

Howard 
Asher Isaac, tanner, r. 2811 >4 Harrison 
Asher Isidor, elk I. Glaser, r. 1321 J^ Golden Gate Ave 
Asher J. Mrs., prop The Versailles, 611 Taylor 
Asher Jacob, r. 611 Taylor 

Asher Max, salesman L. & G. Brenner, r. 611 Taylor 
Asher Maurice L., wharfinger Vallejo St Wharf, r. 731 

Eddy 
Asher Minnie Mrs., dressmaking, 934 Howard 
Asher Morris painter, r. 934 Howard 
Asher, Rachael, widow, r. 67 Henry 
Asher Samuel, r. 107 Trenton 
Asher William, elk A. F. Asher, r. 1310 Webster 
Asherson Emil, collector, r. 1830 Sutter 
Asherson Louis, r. 1830 Sutter 

Asherson Maurice E., stenographer, r. 1830 Sutter 
Ashfdrd Charles W., city agent Mutual Reserve Fund 

Life Association (of New York), 314 Montgomery, 

room 4, r. Oakland 
Asbford John, r. E s Mississippi nr Butte 
Ashim Barach J., druggist, 618, 4th 
Ashim George, r. 418 Sutter 
Ashim M. A. Mrs., widow, r. 815 Turk 
Ashland Sarah J., r. 308 J<; Sbotwell 
Ashland William, asst O'Connor, Moflfatt & Co., r. 

308!^ Sbotwell 
Ashley Delos R., r. 809 Bush 
A.sbley Henry H., gardener, r. 279 Stevenson 
Ashley James H., carpenter, r. 2436 Fulton 
Ashley John A., seaman, r. 6 Union 
Ashley Lucas W., painter, 8 Masou 
Ashley Ward H.,bkkpr, r. 82dH Sutter 
A.shley W. H. Mrs,, dressmaking 829 J^ Sutter 
Ashman John H. , teamster, r. 2480 Market 
Ashman Richard T., engineer, r. 410b Bryant 
Ashman William T., janitor, r. 410b Bryant 
Ashman. See Asebmann 
Asbmead E. R. Miss, teacher South S. F. Primary 

School, r. 1920 Bryant 
Ashmead Gnstave S., builder, r. 1920 Bryant 
Asbmore Edgar J., surgeon stmr Colima 
Abhmore M. J., dep elk Supreme Court of Cal, r. Los 

Ang-les 
Asbmore William K., with Nathan Jacob, r. 88, 9th 
Afihtitr E.. gri])man, r. 1523 Polk 

Asbtinhagen Richard, upholsterer, r. 24J^ Lilly Av 
Ashton Ch:irUs (Ashton Jt Gardiner), r. 767 Capp 
Asbton Charles R., shoemaker, r. 736 Tehama 
Asliton D. H., cellarmau, r. 134(i Market 
Asbton Epsa H., conductor, r. (503 Bush 
Aslitou Frniik (Ashton .t Gardiner) , r. 767 Capp 
Aslitoii Geoi-jje P., assistant general atzout Orient 

Iiisuriinci' Co. (nf Hartford) and Providence and 

Wa.sbingtoii Insurance Co. (of Rhode Island), 208 

Sansome, r. ICiOii L'lrkin 
Ashton James, r. 12 Mary 



Ashton James, carver A. W. Dennett 

Ashton John, kitchen steward Palace Hotel 

Asbton Thomas E., elk. r. 1346 Market 

Ashton William J., porter Allison, Neff & Co.. r. 2004 
Ellis 

Asliton & Gardiner (Charles and Frank Ashton 
and Frank H. Gardiner) real estate and insurance 
agents, 411 Montgomery 

Asbworth Frank P., dental student, r. 1037^ Market 

Ashworth Thomas, capitalist, r. 806 McAllister 

Askew George, saw filer, r. 724 Folsom 

Askins Charles, prop St. Louis House, 219, 10th 

Askins Simon, watchman, r. 83^ Sherwood PI 

Asklund Johan, grocer, r. 472 Tehama 

Asklund Peter J., shoemkr, r. 472 Tehama 

Asmann Adolph (Asmann & Oesting) r. 910 Washing- 
ton 

Asmann William, elk Asmann & Oesting, r. 1827 
Stockton 

Asmann William Jr., instrumentmkr The A. Lietz Co., 
r. 1827 Stockton 

Asmann & Oesting (Adolph Asmann and William C. 
Oesting) dairy produce, 88-91 California Market 

Asmus Frederick, elk, r. 982 Howard 

Asmus George, laborer, r. 229 }<J Lanptou 

Asmus Henry A., wood and coal, hay and grain, 1138 
McAllister 

Asmus John, capitalist, r. 1529 Turk 

Asmus William, laborer, r. 229}^ Langton 

Asmussen Adolph J., laborer, i. 827 Folsom 

Asmussen Alfred, plumber, NE cor 26th and Sbotwell 

Asmussen Asmus, mcht, r. 401, 8th 

Asmussen C. W., laborer, r. NE cor 26th and Shotwell 

Asmussen George, real estate, r. 916 Capp 

Asmussen George J, elk, r. 401, 8th 

Asmussen Thomas, longshoreman, r. 2J^Boardman 

Asmussen Wilhelm, laborer, r. NE cor 2cth and Shot- 
well 

Asmussen Wilhelm C, plumber, r. NE cor 26th and 
Shotwell 

Asmussen William A, dry and fancy goods, 401, 8th 

Asmussen William P., driver, r. 401, 8th 

Aspden Alice Mrs,, r. 418, Ist 

Aspden George, groceries, 1198 Treat Av 

Aspden George, typewriter I. Strassburger & Co., r. 
418, let 

Aspden Joseph, miner, r. 1114 Minnesota 

Aspden Matthias, blacksmith, r. 1198 Treat Av 

Aspden Robert, elk J. Rosenberg, r. 418, 1st 

Aspelin Carl, dyer, r. 1310 Natoma 

Aspern John, seaman, r. 28 Federal 

Aspinall Joseph B., bkkpr E. J. Bowen, r. 902 Laguna 

Asplund A. F., master schr Alice Kimball, 15 
Steuart 

Asplund Ernst, barber, r. 1422M Valencia 

Asplund John, laborer, r, 226 Michigan 

Assalino Salvatore, cook, r. SW cor Preeita and Gun- 
nison Avs 

Assalino William, r. S*V cor Preeita and Gunnison 
Avs 

Assan Adi, peddler, r. 233 Green 

Assan Olva, peddler, r. 233 Green 

Assenti Basilio, fruits and vegetables, 6 Merrltt 

Assenti Louis, peddler, r. 6 Merritt 

Assessor City a d County, New City Hall, 
first floor 

Assion Joseph, tailor, r. 348, 3d 

Associated Bill Posters of U. S. and Canada, Pac. 
Coast office 506 Commercial 

Associated Cliarities, Mrs. Joseph S. Spear Jr., 
secretary, Arthur G. Smiley registrar, 425 Pine 

Associated Press Tlie, Charles S. Diehl Pacific 
Coast agent, 302 Montgomery, rooms 29-.31 

Associated Veterans Mexican War, 22 O'Farrell 

Ast Eberhard L., barber, r. 7.39, 16th 

Ast Frederick, butcher, r. 739. 16th 

Astbury John, drygoods, 164, 9th 

Aster George, boolibiuder, r. 1117 }4 Shotwell 



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Astheimer Peter, liquors 2439 Mission, r. 2441 Mis- 
sion 
Aston George E., foreman, r. 940 Mission 
Aston Sarali E., widow, r. 411, 10th 
Astor Block, 631 Sacramento 
Astor House, 522 Pine 
Astorg Alphoiise, butcher, 108 Fifth 
Astorg Marcellin (Moll & Astorg) r. 446 Natoma 
Astorl Louis, laborer, r. 513b Valle.io 
Astoria Gold Mine (Amador Co. Cal.) F.E.Luty sec, 

330 Pine, room 5 
AstredojjAnthony, r. 912}^ Vallejo 
Astronomical Society of the Pacific, P. K. Zlel, seo. 

and treas, 819 Market 
Asturia Luigi, laborer, r. 17 Sonora 
Asturias Joaquin, r. 1513 Washington 
Atanacia Ramon, laborer, r. 1318 Dupont 
Atcliiiison, B. M. Si Co. (Edward L. Cutten and 
Mrs. C. M. Atchinson) dairy produce 16-17-28-30 
Centre Market 
Atchinson 0. M. Mrs. (B. M. Atchinson & Co.) r. 

East Oakland 
Atchinson Samuel H. H., plumber, r. 821 Howard 
Atchinson Silas, elevator constructor, r. 34, 2d 
S^ Atchinson. See Acheson, Ackerson, Aitchison 

and Atkinson 
Atchley Lizzie Miss, r. 6. Hanover PI 
Atger Leon, candymaker, r. 147 Shipley, rear 
Athanasai Marco, r. 426 Stevenson 
Athearn Anns L., widow, r. 2627 Howard 
Athearn Charles G., shipping and commission Pier. 

4, Steuart, r. 1011 Treat Av 
Athearn Charles H., note teller The Crocker Wool- 
worth National Bank, r. 615 Geary 
Athearn Frank A., bkkpr Olsen, Ruth & Cook, r. Oak- 
land 
Athenoua Joseph, driver, r. 617 Pacific 
Atherly Wilfred E., mechanic Cal. Casket Co. 
Atherstone George H., bkkpr Crowu Paper Co., r. 

Oakland 
Atherstone Thomas S., chief clerk The Singer Manu- 
facturing Co., r. Oakland 
Atherton Clarence W., porter Am. Biscuit Co., r. 819 

Lombard 
Atherton Dwight C, cashier Sanborn, Vail & Co., r. 

E 8 DeLong Av nr Frederick 
Atherton Faxon D. (Macondray & Co.) r. 2129 Cali- 
fornia 
Atherton John J., r. 115, 11th 
Atherton L. Mrs., chiropodist, 8, 6th 
Atherton William T., advertising distributor, r. 115, 

11th 
Athey Irwin, plumber, r. 321 Cumberland 
Athey James L., millhand, r. 321 Cumberland 
Athey Oscar, elk McManus & Son, r. 649 Fell 
Athey Oscar P., r. 321 Cumberland 
Atkins Alburtis, solicitor Examiner, r. 1033 J^, 24th 
Atkins Charles E., ironer La Grande Laundry 
Atkins Chester H., salesman Orr & Atkins, r. 608 

Geary 
Atkins Eben, warehouseman, r. 415 Filbert 
Atkins George, expressman, r. 809 Filbert 
Atkins George, ironer La Grande Laundry 
Atkins George W., bkkpr, r. 51 1 Folsom 
Atkins Henry, salesman W. K. Vickery, r. Oakland 
Atkins Henry B., groceries, SW cor Polk and Broad- 
way 
Atkins John, r. 304, 3d 
Atkins John, driver, r. 17 Valparaiso 
Atkins John J., molder, r. 511 Folsom 
Atkins John J. Jr., retoucher, r. 511 Folsom 
Atkins L. G. F., salesman Orr & Atkins, r. 608 Geary 
Atkins Malcolm E., compositor, r. 314% Fulton 
Atkins Milton H., physician, 608 Geary 
Atkins Nellie Mrs., elk H. Lemmerman, r. 1 Scheerer 

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Atkins Robert C. (Orr & Atkins) r. 608 Geary 
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Atkins William, gardener, r. 310 Montgomery Av 
Atkins William A., clerk W. K. Vickery, r. Oakland 
Atkinson Anna E. Miss, dressmaker, r. 1516 Mission 
Atkinson David, sawyer, r. 112 Clinton 
Atkinson Edgar L. (Thomas T. Atkinson & Co.) r. 

1444 McAllister 
Atkinson Edwin V., conductor, r.'ll Alpine 
Atkinson George, hackdriver, r. 1639 Eddy 
Atkinson George A. , musician, r. E s Lyon nr Lombard 
Atkinson George F. , woodturner and manufac- 
turer California wood novelties, office and show 
rooms, 11 Clementina, nr First 
Atkinson Hannah Mrs., r. 1516 Mission 
Atkinson Henry, painter, r. 25 Clementina 
Atkinson James, engineer, r. SW cor 10th Av and N, 

South S. F. 
Atkinson John W., r. 1123}^ McAllister 
Atkinson Joseph, elk, r. 112 Clinton 
Atkinson Katharine M. Miss, r. 1032 Broadway 
Atkinson Phillip Q., policeman, r. 106 Cumberland 
Atkinson Ralph L., rigger, r. 17 Minna 
Atkinson Rose H., widow, r. 371 Minna 
Atkinson T. E., accountant, 419 California, room 19 
Atkinson Thomas, barber, r. 967 Mission 
Atkinson Thomas, boatbuilder, r. 112 Clinton 
Atkinson Thomas J., machine hand. r. 112 Clinton 
Atkinson Thomas T. (Thomas T. Atkinson & Co.) r. 

1444 McAllister 
Atkinson Tliomas T. «Ss Co. (Thomas T. and 

Edgar L. Atkinson) stockbrokers, 337 Pine 
Atkinson William, chipper, r. 3 Treat Av 
Atkinson William J., carpenter, r. 394 Dolores 
S^ Atkinson. See Acheson, Ackeson, Aitchison and 

Atchinson 
Atlantic and Pacific Fast Freight litne, 
W. A. Bissell, manager, general office 60-63 
Chronicle Bldg, H. C. Bush, agent, Alexander 

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, W. A. Bissell, 
general freight and passenger agent, 60-63 Chron- 
icle Bldg 

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad ticket office. 650 Mar- 
ket, Peter D. McCarthy, agent 

Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Co., Johnson-Locke, 
Mercantile Co., agents. 204 Front 

Atlantic Brush Co. (James C. and Robert Blair) 
510 Montgomery 

Atlantic Comb Co. (New York) Goodyear 
Rubber Co., agents, 577-579 Market 

Atlantic Dynamite Co., Albert Dibblee, presi- 
dent, L. B. Chapman, secretary, office 30 Califor- 
nia, works McCainsville, N. Y 

Atlantic Fish Co., Thomas J. Knowles, agent, im- 
porters and wholesale fish dealers, office 212 Sac- 
ramento 

Atlantic Free Warehouse, C. H. Gilman & Co., props, 
SE cor Battery and Broadway 

Atlantic Novelty Scale Co., Robert W. Neal, sec, 820 
California 

Atlantic Publishing Co., M. Boehm, editor, 6 Eddy 

Atlantic Straw Works, D. C. Braid, Jr., prop, 104 5th 

Atlantic XJ. S. Bonded Warehouse, C. H. Gilman & 
Co. props, 716-718 Battery 

Atlas Assnrance Co. (of London, Eng.l H. M. 
Newball & Co., general agents, 309-311 Sansome 

Atlas Building and Loan Association, Nathan Schlee- 
singer, sec, 304 Montgomery 

Atlas Iron Works, John F. McCrosson secretary, 
cor Napa and Louisiana 

Atlas Tack Corporation, J. L. Hobart, agent, 408 Mar- 
ket 

Atlas Vineyard and Orchard Co., J. V. Knight, seo, 
119 Bush 

Atlee H. C, r. 781 Mission 

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Atmospheric Paint Componnd Co., Charles M. Yates, 

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Attel Coleman, pawnbroker, 255, 3d 
Attel Jacob, mattross mke, r. 5 Ritcli 
Attel Joseph, clgarmkr, r. 255, 3d 
Attell Seymour, tailor, 763 Market, r. 18183«5 Post 
Atterbury Cordelia, widow, r. 316, 17th 
Atthowe William C, salesman D. Keefe & Co., r. 713 

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Attinger Christian, tailor, r. 412 McAllister 
Attinger John, with J. T. Poheim, r. 1037 Noe 
Attinger Salome, widow, r. 228 Clipper 
Attinger William F., tailor, 1130 Turk 
Attorney City and County, office New City 

Hall, third floor 
Attorney District, New City Hall, second floor 
Attorney General of California, William H. 
H. Hart, office State Supreme Court Bldg, NW 
cor Larkin and McAllister and State Capitol, Sac- 
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Attridge Annie Miss, adjuster U. S. Mint, r. 210 Noe 
Attridge Arthur, foreman Cahn, Nlckelsburg Jc Co., 

r. 210 Noe 
Attridge Edmund J., porter, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
Attridge James, laborer, r. 720 Tennessee 
Attridge James, watchman V. 8. Mint, r. 2005 Leaven- 
worth 
Attridge John, shoemkr, r. 1305}^ Broadway 
Attridge John G., shoemkr, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
Attridge Joseph, waiter Peter Zaput 
Attridge Margaret, widow, r. 1305!^ Broadway 
Attridge Peter, laborer, r. 900 Illinois 
Attridge Thomas, laborer, r. 28 J^ Garden, rear 
Attridge Thomas J., porter, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
Attwood Melville, mining engineer, 402 Montgomery, 

room 29 
Attwood William W., engraver Union Iron Works, 

r. Oakland 
Atwater Adrian P., waiter, r. 819 Jessie 
Atwater Dorence, r. 1010 Post 
Atwater Frank E., conductor, r. 1415 Castro 
Atwater Henry C, clerk Main & Winchester, r. Oak- 
land 
Atwater Herbert G. C, blacksmith, r. 21 Stanly PI 
Atwater L. E., r. 1033 Noe 
Atwell Clarence F., carpenter, r. 2330 Sutter 
Atwood Amelia J., widow, r. 235, 9th 
Atwood Edward G., clerk The Maze, r. 235, 9th 
Atwood Edward N., city agent Union Mutual Life Ins. 
Co. (of Portland, Me.) , 419 California, rooms 18-20, 
r. Oakland 
Atwood Ellen, widow, r. 519}^ Brannan 
Atwood Frederick J., law student, r. 235, 9th 
Atwood George E., salesman Auspacher Bros., r. 

127 Perry 
Atwood George E. Jr., clerk, Jas. H. Gates & Son, r. 

127 Perry 
Atwood Harry, steward, r. 816?^ Howard 
Atwood John, harnessmkr, r. 127 Perry 
Atwood Joseph, elevatorman, r. 1514 Buchanan 
Atwood Robert, lineman, r. 134 Hayes 
Atwood Theodore C, clerk Davis Louderback, r. 235, 

9th 
Atwood William A., student, r. 966, 18th 
Atwood William T., cashier Le Count Bros., r. 207 

Mason 
Atzeroth Edelf (H. Atzeroth k Co.) r. 1357 Howard 
Atzeroth Frederick W. H.. groceries, 1301 Buchanan 
Atzeroth H.k Co. (Edelf and Henry Atzeroth) liquors, 

SE oor 10th and Howard 
Atzeroth Henry (H. Atzeroth & Co.) r. 149 Erie 
Aubert Albert, porkpacker, r. 818 Broadway 
Aubert Edward, packer, r. 818 Broadway 
Aubert G., helper The California Hotel 
Aubert George, bartender, r. 629 Broadway 



Aubert L. Or., exchange clerk London, Paris and Am 
Bank 

Aubert Martial, laundryman, r. 407 Geary 

Aubert Paul L., r. 1314 O'Farrell 

Aubertine Charles, carpenter, r. 959 Folsom 

Aubertine George A., barber, 716 J<5 Brannan, r. 4 Gil- 
bert 

Aubertine George F., r. 317 Bush 

Anbin Ang^uste H. , cigar and tobacco, 400 Mont- 
gomery and 1 Grant Av, r. lllJi Leavenworth 

Aubin Charles, carpenter, r. 108 Taylor 

Aubery Charles A., tinner r. 2710 Pine 

Aubery Charles B., paperhanger, r. 261 Jersey 

Aubery Charles K., clerk, r. 2710 Pine 

Aubery George, paperhanger, r. 464 Minna 

Anbry EdAvard E. (Hedemark & Aubry) r. 143 
Chattanooga' 

Aubry Francis O , r. 143 Chattanooga 

Auburndale Fruit Co., R. J. Randolph pres, Alexan- 
der B. Cooper sec, 325 Montgomery, room 8 

Aude Barbara, widow, r. 107 Ash Av 

Audel Frederick, brewer, r. 322 Shotwell 

Audemard Alfred, merchant, r. 478 Tehama 

Audemard Jules, musician, r. 478 Tehama 

Audemard Manuel, r. 478 Tehama 

Audenried George A., capitalist, 328 Montgomery, 
room 15, r. Palace Hotel 

Andersch Robert, seaman, r. 39 Minna 

Audet Emerence Mme,, lodgings, 22Ji Geary 

Audet Louis, mechanic, r. 22 3^ Geary 

Audibert Gustave, table delicacies, 1833 O'Farrell 

Audibert Lena, widow, r. 1833 O'Farrell 

Audiffred Henri Rev. S. J»I., rector Noire 
Dame des Victoires Church, r, 526 Bush 

Auditor City and County, office New City Hall, 
first floor 

Auditorium The, Mrs. M. Andrews prop, 410 Post 

Auditorium The, William H. Chenoweth propn»- 
tor, Stockwell's Theatre opposite The Baldwin 

Audonnet Joseph, liquors, 532 Pacific 

Audusseau Henry, cook, r. 629 Broadway 

Auer Carl, wood turner, r. 10 Tllden 

Auerbach Alfred (Auerbach & Thompson) r. 190T 
O'Farrell 

Auerbach Bertha widow, r. 2216 Pine 

Auerbach Leopold, mcht, r. 1514 Post 

Auerbach & Thompson (Alfred Auerbach and David 
Thompson) props Pacific Fringa Factory, 115^ 
Minna 

Aufenanger Frederick, boltmkr, r. 308 Folsom 

Anfenanger John, liquors, 308 Folsom 

Aufrichtlg Isaac, clerk Lowenstein Bros., r. 61 0» 
Jessie 

Aufrichtlg Louis, salesman Bauer Bros. & Co., r. 510» 
Jessie 

Aufrichtlg Morritz, jeweler, r. 510a Jessie 

Aufrichtlg Samuel, elk, r. 510a Jessie 

Aufrichtlg Samuel, watchmkr and jeweler, 26, 6th 

Aufton Emil, cellarman, r. 44 Clara 

Augas John J., driver, r. 214. 17th 

Auger Alfred, watchmkr, r, 625 Larkin 

Auger Bernard E., com and ins bkr, 416 Battery, r. 
806 Franklin 

Auger Constant J. (Wilson & Co.) r. 625 Larkin 

Auger Flora Mrs., millinery, 625 Larkin 

Auger Jacques, carpenter, r. 1323 York 

Auger Louis, carpenter, r. 309, 7th 

Auger Louis M., carpenter, r. 415 Fillmore 

Auger Wlliam J., jeweler, r. 625 Larkin 

Augermann Adolph T., gardener, r. 1619 Polk 

Augstein Emily Mrs., nurse, r. 221, 5th 

Augstein Sidney, salesman The Harry Unna Co., r. 
Rivolt Av nr Stanyan 

Augstein William, plumber, r. 142, Ist 

Augur Louis S., r. 636 Valencia 

Augur Thomas W., seaman, r. 333 Bryant 

August Albert, butcher, r. 1243 Sanchez 

August John, teamster r. SE cor Merrimac and Ken. 



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August Joseph, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 

August Philip, barber, lOi East, r. 215 Vallejo 

Augustin Angelo, laborer, r. 5 Green 

Augustine John, casing mkr, r. 6th Av nr M, 

South S. F. 
Augustine John, laborer, r. 209, 28th 
Augustine John F., horseshoer, r. 209, 28th 
Augustine Felix, waiter, r. 607}^ Pine 
Augustiny John, butcher, 315 Turk, r. 28 Laurel Av 
Augustiny Peter F., cigars and tobacco, 100, 6th, r. 

919J^ Howard 
Augustiny William, cook, r. 208, 2ci 
Augusto John, milkman, r. 37 Ritch, rear 
Augueto Manuel, dairy, r. 1915 Mission 
Augustus Frank, teamster, r. 514 Jessie 
Aukamp Charles, liquors, 004, 4th 
Aul George, r. Bank nr Crescent Av * 
Aula Frank, miner, r. 717 Green 
Aula Giovanni, laborer, r. 717 Green 
Auld Cecilia, widow, r. 6083^ Leavenworth 
Auld E. C, mgr Hudson Medical Institute, r 1032 

Market 
Auld Francis, compositor, r. 608 J^ Leavenworth 
Auld John, carpenter, r. 123, 16th 
Auld John, stenographer Report, r. 840 Turk 
Auld John A., harnessmkr, r. 214 Perry 
Auld Richard, butcher, r. 2333 Pine 
Auld Robert L., elk Charles P. Harris & Co., r. 2210 

Pine 
Auld Robert W., oiler, r. 22 Boyce 
Auld Royal I., elk U. S. Railway Mail Service, r. Pe- 

ralta, Alameda Co. 
Auld William P., elk, r. 608 J4 Leavenworth 
Ault Charles, engineer 8. P. Co., r. 1917 Mission 
Ault 0. J. Mrs., dressmaking, 1960 Howard 
AultHenry G. W., framemkr, r. 551 Mission 
Ault Jameg, elevatorman, r, 1960 Howard 
Ault Joseph H., foreman, r. 3095^ Clementina 
Ault Joseph P., porter Code, Elfelt & Co., r. 64 Te- 
hama 
Ault Matthias, miller, r. 2021 Mission 
Ault Matthias, teamster, r. 64 Tehama 
Ault Samuel W., porter, r. 64 Tehama 
Ault Walter C, teamster, r. 40% Zoe 
B^" Ault. See Alt 

Aumiller Bertha, widow, r. 20 Stockton PI 
Aune Pedro O., salesman Stein, Simon tCc, r.5 

Vasserot Pi 
Auradou A. Leon, r. 1309 Powell 
Auradou A.. Leon Jr., engraver Dickman-Jones Co., r. 

1309 Powell 
Auradou John, pork packer, r. 690 Brannan 
Auradou Jules, pork packer, r. 29a Morris At 
Auradou Jules Jr., pork packer, r. 690 Brannan 
Aureguy Fortune, cashier Eugene Avy, r. 1411 Powell 
Aurlch Abraham, market inspector Board of Health, 

r. 1238 Eddy 
Aurlch Gustave, salesman Newman & Levinson, r. 

1238 Eddy 
Aurora Distilling Co. (Aurora, Ind.) agency 819 

Market room 25 
Aurora Watcli Co. (Aurora, 111.) A. I. Hall & 

Son agents, 528-530 Market 
Aurouze Marius, barber, 203 Montgomery Av, r. 1525 

Dupont 
Auser Frederick, lumberman, r. 917 J^ Mission 
Auseress Louis, cooper Andrew Carl 
Ausherman Amos B., conductor, r. 1650 Hayes 
Ausinder Thomas J., night Inspector Custom House. 

r. 33 Whitney 
Ausseresses Frederick, junk, r. 30 Crocker 
Austermuhle Charles H., cook, r. 24 Lewis PI 
Austin A., pressman H. S. Crocker & Co.. r. 418 

Jones 
Austin Ada Mrs., dressmkr and milliner, 1706 How- 
ard 
Austin Albert L., bkkpr, r. 213 Elm Av 
Austin Annie, widow, r. 1120 Powell 




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Austin Arthur T. C,, supt The Wooster Paper Box 

Co., r. The Burlington 
Austin Benjamin C, r. 1121 Scott 
Austin Benjamin C. Jr. (Austin & Richards) r. 1235 

Hyde 
Austin Bert, r. 415 Post 
Austin Charles, r. 712 Geary 
Austin Charles, bartender, r. 335 Jessie 
Austin Christoper, marine fireman, r. 512M, 2d 
Austin David S., master mariner, r. 1716 Pacific Av 
Austin Edward, coachman 1011 Sutter 
Austin Edward A., elk, r. 529 Sacramento 
Austin Edwin, lumberman, r. 265^ Zoe 
Austin Edwin C, millwright, r. 605 Clay 
Austin E. H., elk The Bank of British North Amer- 
ica, r. 712 Geary 
Austin Emeline, widow, r. 1123 Folsom 
Austin Frank, bartender, r. 248 Minna 
Austin Frank B., butcher, r. 1123 Folsom 
Austin Frank L., teamster, r. 3 Kent 
Austin George, steward, r. 929 Howard 
Austin Henry, boimkr, r. 11363^, 22d 
Austin Henry Mrs., widow, r. 516 Lombard 
Austin Henry B., machine hand, r. 1107 Mason 
Austin John, architect W. J. Cuthbertsou, r. 104 

Webster 
Austin Joseph, examiner of claims P. M. SS. Co. 
and commissioner Golden Gate Park, r. 320 Page 
Austin Joseph F., teamster, r. 516, 7th 
Austin Lee Mrs., milliner F. Toplitz & Co., r. 549 

Mission 
Austin Leonidas. r. 845 Mission 
Austin Samuel G., r. 1001 Sutter 
Austin Sarah, widow, r. 516 Lombard 
Austin Stephen H. (Boldefeld & Austin) r. 1136 }4, 223 
Austin Thomas, laborer, r. Pixley nr Fillmore 
Austin Wallace (Austin & Co.) r. 827 Harrison 
Austin William, bellman Palace Hotel, r. 914 Geary 
Austin William L.. v. pres Pyritic Smelting Co. Lim- 
ited, r. Hotel Bella Vista 
Austin & Co. (Wallace Austin and W. F. Laumeister) 

draymen, 124 Clay 
Austin & Richards (Benjamin C. Austin Jr. and John 
D. Richards) city agts Westchester Fire Ins. Co. 
(of New York) and Rochester German Ins. Co. 
(of New York) 319 California 
Australian Dispatch Line of Clipper Ships, J. J. 

Moore & Co. agts, 302 California 
Austrian Benevolent Society, 413 Sutter 
Austrian Military and Benevolent Association, 35 

Eddy 
Austrian Protective Association, 413 Sutter 
Austro-Hung-arian Consul, Adolph Rosen- 
thal acting consul, 318 Sacramento 
Autagne George, paper hanger, r. Ocean View 
Autagne George L., molder S. F. Novelty and Plating 

Works, r. Ocean View 
Autard Eugene, dishwasher, r. 625 Pacific 
Autey W. Mrs., liquors, 109 Shipley 
Autey William, waiter, r. 109 Shipley 
Autey William H., photographer, r. 115 Clinton 
Automatic Bank Puncb Co., Button & Part- 
ridge agents, 212-214 California 
Automatic Can Supply Co., J. C. McKee sec, 419 Cal- 
ifornia, room 12 
Automatic Gravity Labeling Co., A. S. Cheminant 

pres, Peter T. Barclay sec, 417 Battery 
Automatic Serving Slachine, A. T. Eggleston. 

manager, 124 Post 
Auzerais House, Mrs Celia Miller prop, 25-29 Grant Av 
Auzerais Lewis F., mcht, r. 614 Mason 

AUZJjilAib iJlrij Mrs. Blanche 
W^ilcox proprietor, 21 Powell, opposite 
The Baldwin 

Avan John, sergeant police, r. 13 Tehama 
Avanzino Antonio, r. 726 Green 



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Avanzlno George, peddler, r. 726 Green 

Ave Frank M., porter Eoth.Blum & Co.,r. 25 Rutledge 

Av 
Aveline Anguste, ladles' hairdresser, 14 Grant Av, 

room 35 
Avenne Cleaning and Dyeing Establisli- 

ment Tlie, M. Boudrye proprietor, 8 Golden 

Gate Av 
Avenue House, 220 Montgomery Av 
Avenue House, Joseph Koster prop., NE cor Geary 

and Central Av 
Avenue House, 8. Gaude prop., 304 Sutter 
Aver James H., liquors, SE cor Napa and Kentucky 
Averill Herbert E., mining, r. 1G33 Mission 
Averill Chilli, livery stable,1339 Eddy, r. 1324 }i Web- 
ster 
Averill George W., elk Great Am. Tea Importing Co., 

r. 1324^ Webster 
Averill Sarah B., widow, r. 1633 Mission 
Averill William C, gripman, r. 1533 California 
Averill Wilson, elk Moore, Ferguson & Co., r. 429 

Bryant 
Averrett Charles J., with Hydraulic PresB Brick Co., 

r. 10 Oak 
Avers Samuel, r. SE cor Kentucky and Napa 
Avery Alexander, porter, r. 723 O'Farrell 
Avery Augustus, stableman, r. 315, 12th 
Avery Augustus D., engineer, r. 809 Octavia 
Avery Benjamin F. , farmer, r. 315, 12th 
Avery B. R. Mrs., widow, r. 733 Pine 
Avery Charles H., driver, r. 442, 20th 
Avery Clarence, railroad man, r. 435, 4th 
Avery Daniel W., machine hand, r. 28 Langton 
Avery Dean R. (D. R. Avery & Co) r. 708 Broderlck 
Avery D. R. & Co., (Dean R. Avery) fruits and 

vegetables, 18-19 Centre Market 
Avery Emma, widow, r. Lizzie nr Mission, B. H. 
Avery Fledlnes P., bartender, r. E b Homestead nr 24th 
Avery Francis, bkkpr John W. Pew, r. Sausalito 
Avery Frank M., bkkpr George H. Foster.r. 1239 Pine 
Avery H. Sydney, bkkpr London and S. F. Bank, r. 

The Miramar 
Avery J. Mrs., dressmkr, r. 1202 Mission 
Avery James O., compositor, r. 119 Oak 
Avery Jasper W., carpenter, r. 6 Zoe 
Avery Joseph, master stmr City of Panama, r. 125 

Oak 
Avery Judson, salesman D. R. Avery & Co., r. Berke- 
ley 
Avery Robert J., blockmkr, r. 93 Silver 
Avery S., r. 703 Geary 
Avery Susan L., widow, r. 1239 Pine 
Avery Walter I., collector, r. 442, 20th 
Avt-ry Walton F., patternmkr, r. 613 Folsom 
Avery William H., ticket elk P. M. S. S. Co., r. Ala- 

ameda 
Avery William N., dental student, r. 1037 J^ Market 
Avilla Machado, laborer, r. 105 Jackson 
Avilla Manuel, laborer, r. 105 Jackson 
Avilla Manuel F. J., compositor, r. 105 Jackson 
Avlin John S., showcasemkr, r. 749 Howard 
Avondale Hotel, Daniel Mahoney, prop, 456,6th 
Avundale The. Mrs. Lizzie Hopkins, prop, 112 Taylor 

Avy Euaene, Wliolesale dealer in SUeep, 
and Wool Commission Mercl»ant, also 
sole ayent " Gold liCaf " Tobacco Sheep 
Dip, 3/20 Sansome, room 1, r. 310 liom- 
Ijard 

Avy Eugene Jr, elk, r. 310 Lombard 

Axcelrod Simon, cleaning and dyeing, 671 Howard, r. 
2 Golden PI 

Axel Norman, compositor, r. 36 J^ Madison Av 

Axel Mary Mrs,, r. 511 Laguna 

Axelrod Abraham, r. 430 Natoma, rear 

AxelrodBenjaij-jin, junk dealer, r. 1535, 24th 

Axelrod Samuel, dry goods, r. 1526, 23d 



Axelson Hans J., liquors, 7 Merchant 

Axelson Mary Mrs., r. 6 Ocean Terrace 

Axford Walter, moldor, r. NW cor 25th and No« 

Axford William, iron foundry, 2156 Harrison, r. NTT 

cor 25th and Noe 
Axt Ludwig, r. 208 )<i, 7th 
Axtell Gcorgp M., bartender, r. 729 Filbert 
Axtell William F., printer, r. 526 Kearny 
Axthelm Herbert W., car builder, r. 12 Bond 
Axtill John, restaurant, 247, 5th, r. 3 Elm At 
Axtmaun Eva, widow, r. 1016 Buchanan 
Axtmaun Leopold, r. Ocean View 
Axton Frederick R., dental student, r. 1016 Sacramento 
Ayello Vincenzo, bootblack, r. 17 Sonora 
Ayer Clarence E., engineer, r. 516, 14th 
Ayer Clarence M., upholsterer, r. 516, 14th 
Ayer Joseph S., foreman Joseph Y. Ayer, r. 8 Hardy 
Ayer Joseph Y., carpenter and builder, 724, 17th 
Ayer Milo J., carpenter, r. 516. 4th 
Ayer Oscar, agt, r. 861 Market 
Ayer Walter, bridge builder, r. 516, 4th 
Ayer Washington, physician and surgeon, 410 Kearny, 

rooms 10-11, r. 1622 Clay 
8^ Ayer. See Ayers. Ayres, Eayrs and Eyre 
Ayerlee George, compositor, r. 518 Stockton 
Ayers Alexander, r. 1022 Mission 
Ayers Alexander J., saddler, r. 1022 Mission 
Ayers Alexander W., plumber, r. N s Clement nr 3d 

Av 
Ayers Charlei L., car dispatcher, r. 1650 Hayes 
Ayers 0. L. Mrs., millinery, 108 Stockton, r. 1650 

Hayes 
Ayers David M., real estate, r. 313. 4th 
Ayers Kd^vard N. , proprietor Philadelphia Phar- 
macy Co., 229 Leavenworth 
Ayers Frederick, electrician Cal. Electrical Wks, r, 

Berkeley 
Ayers George W., plumber, r. E 8 Carolina nr Santa 

Clara 
Ayers George W., mgr Ayers Saddlery Co., 836a How- 
ard, r. 1022 Mission 
Ayers Hallie, driver, r. 548 Bryant 
Ayers Henry, r. lilii, 4th 
Ayers Henry, mill hand, r. 230 Hickory Av 
Ayers Humphrey, blackimith A. Folsom & Son Co.^ 

r. Oakland 
Ayers James A., carpenter, r. 1012 Kearny 
Ayers James C, driver, r. 548 Bryant 
Ayers John C, corporal police, r. 716 Hampshire 
Ayers John C, plumber, r. N s Clement nr 3d Av 
Ayers Joshua 13., elevatorman, r. S s Santa Clara nr 

Carolina 
Ayers Louis H., miner, r. ni>^ Minna 
Ayers Maria S., widow, r. SE cor Carolina and Santa 

Clara 
Ayere Nicholas, blacksmith, r. S 8 11th Av nr N, South 

S. F. 
Ayers Omar, saddler, r. 1022 Mission 
Ayers Robert E., machinist, r. S s Santa Clara nr 

Carolina 
Ayers Saddlery Co., George W. Ayers mgr, 836a How- 
ard 
Ayers Thomas F., laborer, r. S s 11th Av nr N, South. 

S. F. 
Ayers Walter W.. druggist E. N. Ayers 
Ayers William, calker, r. S 8 11th Av nr N, South 

S. F. 
Ayers William Jr., blacksmith, r. S s 11th Av nr N 

South S. F. 
Ayers William H., carpenter, r. N s Clement nr 3d Av 
Ayers Willis E, bkkpr C. E. Naylor, r. 1047 Mission 
Ayers Willis H., watchman, r. 125 Morris Av 
1^" Ayers. See Ayer, Ayres, Eayrs and Eyre. 
Ayheus Eugene, tanner, r. N s 16th Av nr P, South 

S. F. 
Ayhens Leon C, butcher, r. 530 Merchant 
Ayhens Paul A., tanner, r. N s 10th Av nr P, South 

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Ayhens, Paul J., butcher, r. N s 16th Av bet P and Q, 

South S. F. 
Ayleifif Harry, elk S. P. Co., r. 18}<S Bluxome 
Ayler Edward, blacksmith, r. 529 Sacramento 
Ayling Walter, machinist, r. 25J^, 22d 
Aylward John J., electrician, r. 2611 Post 
Aylward Eichard M., elk, r. 865 Mission 
Aylward Richard P., machinist, r. 2611 Post 
Aylward Thomas, watchmkr, r. 1 Polk 
Aymard Francois, tanner, r. 815 Stockton 
Ayner Alfred 8., wood and coal, 624, 17th 
Ayres Arthur, with Geo. C. Shre-ve & Co.,r. 106 Haight 
Ayres Ella R. Mrs., v. principal Ayres Stenographic 
Institute, 328 Montgomery, rooms i-5, r. St. Nicho- 
las Hotel 
Ayres Emma, widow, r. 1208 Sutter 
Ayres Eugene, elk Kedlngton fc Co., r. 339 "Webster 
Ayres Grosvenor P., with Holbrook. Merrill & Stet- 
son, r. 1605 Golden Gate Av* 
Ayres Harry W., teamster, r. 1132 Jessie 
Ayres Irvin, president and manager Eagle Auto- 
matic Can Company, 609-617 Brannan, r. Oakland 
Ayres Isaac, ganger U. S. int rev, r. Fresno, Cal. 
Ayres Stenographic Institute, William F. Ayres, prin- 
cipal, Mrs. Ella K. Ayres, v. principal, 328 Mont- 
gomery, rooms 4-5 
Ayres Wallace, elk Eedington & Co. , r. 329 Webster 
Ayres William F., principal Ayres Stenographic In- 
stitute, 328 Montgomery, rooms 4-5, r. St. Nicholas 
Hotel 
Ayres William G., agent, r. 404 Polk 
Ayres William W., r. 339 Webster 
BSr Ayres. See Ayer, Ayers, Eayrs and Eyre 
Ayscough Arthur, rattan worker, r. 30 Lynch 
Ayscough Bros. (George and William H.) mfra reed 

and rattan furniture, 618 Geary 
Ayscough George (Ayscough Bros.) r. 507 Post 
Ayscough William H. (Ayscough Bros.) r. 527 Taylor 
Azand Louis, tanner Legallet Bros. 
Azevedo Jose J., laborer, r. 119 Jackson 
Azeyedo Manano J., laborer, r. 119 Jackson 
Azore Baptiste, laborer, r. 2 Bartol 
Azores Hotel, Baulino V. Silvelra & Co., props, 117 

Jackson 
Azzi Oneeti, elk O. Vannuccl, r. 1514 Dupont 

B 

Baack Henry, packer Nathan, Dohrmann & Co., r. cor 

Mason and Filbert 
Baaeke Charles, baker, r. 355 Jessie 
Baader August, bartender, r. 345 Clementina 
Baader Jolin, proprietor New York Casino, wlne« 

and liquors, 142 Fourth, r. Lorin, Alameda Co. 
Baago Peter, framemkr, r. 636 Filbert 
Baago Knud, tailor, 258 Jessie, rear, r. 1415, 25th 
Baahrs August, cook, r. 101, Ist 
Baalmann John, elk Boericke & Bunyon, r. 18 Perry 
Baar James L. (Baar & Jensen), r. 29% Laussat 
Baar & Jensen (James L. Baar and Robert Jensen) 

restaurants, 315 Grant Av and 425 Bush 
Baarman Uno, r. 18 Oak Grove Av 
Baars William, bartender, r. 101, 1st 
Baartz John, molder, r. 1059 J^ Broadway 
Baaser Charles, carjjenter, r. N s 16th Av nr K, South 

S. F. 
Baaser Ferdinand, distiller, r. N s 16th AvnrK, South 

S. F. 
Baban J. F., marine engineer, r. 9 Mission 
Babb Geo., bartender, r. 715 Howard 
Babb Harry li., baker, r. 424 Bryant 
Babb Milton E., attorney, 519 Montgomery 
Babbe Jesse Mrs., r. 1334, 22d 
Babbino Giuseppe, r. 526 Broadway 
Babbino Michael, fruits, 2154 Mission 
Babbino Tomaso (Babbino & Magliano), r. 5 Grand Av 




505 Kearny Street. 

Telephone 315. 




FREDERICKSBURG BOTTLING CO 

921 MARKET ST. Telephone 3212. 

stole Bottlers of the 

REHOWHED BEMDS OF LAGER BEER 

Bre^red at the 

FREDERICKSBURG BREWERY, SAN JOSE. 



Babbino & Magliano (Tomaso Babbino and Giusepp- 

Magliano) , liquors, 1228 Dunont 
Babbitt Carrie G. Miss (Condon & Babbitt), r. 427 

Eddy 
Babbitt John H., carriage and wagonmaker, 

314-318 McAllister, r. 1015 Market 
Babcock Andrew H., carpenter, r. 1045 Market 
Babcock Charles A., elk The Bradstreet Co., r. St. 

Nicholas Hotel 
Babcock Charles C, freight elk S. P. Co., foot Mar 

ket, r. Alameda 
Babcock George, chief adjuster coiners dept U. 8. 

Mint, r. Alameda 
Babcock Harry, capitalist, office 306 California, r. San 

Rafael 
Babcock Harry I., salesman E. A. Fargo & Co., r. 109 

Montgomery 
Babcock H. C, inspector Harbor Commissioners 
Babcock John P., chief deputy The State Board *t 

Fish Commissionerg, 33 Chronicle Bldg, r. The 

Colonial 
Babcock Joseph H., teamster, r. 608, 4th 
Babcock L. Mrs., r. 110 Oak 

Babcock Lafayette M., supt Geo. H. Tay Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Babcock Louise M., widow, r. 1124 McAllister 
Babcock M. A. Mrs,, elk, r. 204 McAllister 
Babcock Madison, deputy superintendent Ccm- 

mon Schools, office New City Hall, third floor, r. 

25, 13th 
Babcock Matthew, bookbinder, r. 10 Ellwood 
Babcock William (Parrott & Co.) r. San Rafael 
Babcock William W., carpenter, r. 1503 Folsom 
Babcock & Wilcox Co, (New York) manufac- 
turers water tube steam boilers, San Francisco 

Tool Co., Pacific Coast agents 11-21 Stevenson 
Baberklith Samuel D., shoemaker, 905 Folsom 
Babin Demas C, with L. C. Babin, r. 1213 Filbert 
Babin K. John, seaman, r. 105 Broadway 
Babin Landry C. , real estate and insurance 

broker, 413 Kearny, r. 1213 Filbert 
Babkirk David P., engineer, r. N s Franklin, bet 

Lombard and Greenwich 
Babney Leander A., elk, r. 425 O'Farrell 
Baborsky Albert, baker, r. 396a Waller 
Babrack Claus F., janitor, r. 259 Clementina 
Babson Seth, architect, 408 Caifornia, r. Alameda 
Babue John, fireman S. P. Co. 
Baccala Csesar E., accountant, Dairymen's Union of 

Cal., r. 924 Union 
Baccala Joseph B., typewriter and translator, 328 

Montgomery, room 2, r. 924 Union 
Baccala Mary, widow, r. 924 Union 
Baccaret B., r. 126 Ellis 
Baccavini Stefano, laborer, r. 120 Post 
Baccelli Antonio, (Simi & Baccelli) r. 7 Jaspar PI 
Bacchante Felix, laborer, r. 525 Vallejo, rear 



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Baeci G. J., conductor Market St. 

mond 

Bacci Joseph, wood & coal. 1625 Powell 
Baccio Lucca, florist, r. 1717 Stockton 
Baccus Alfred, butcher, r. 319 O'Farrell 
Baccus Charles J., butcher, r. 319 O'Farrell 
Baccus George, printer, r. 706 Green 
Baccus John, blacksmith, r. 706 Green 
Baccus John B., compositor, r. 706 Green 
Baccus Louis R. J., patterumkr, r. 319 O'Farrell 
Baccus Richard T., prop United Market SW e«r 

O'Farrell and Mason, r. 319 O'Farrell 
Baccus Salina, widow, r. 2306 Harrison 
B^Baccus, see Backess, Baccus and Bacus 
Bacelli Giuseppe, kitchen hand, r. 2 Ohio 
Bacelli Mauseto, r. 1425 Dupont 
Bacelli Pelegrino, fruits, r. 625 Walnut Av 
Bacelli Peter C, fruit dealer, r. 1714 Sutter 
Bacelli Pietro, baker, r. 1339 Dupont 






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Wholesale and Retail linmber 
Dealers. Redwood Lmnber for 
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101 fflarM St. 



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Pipe Fittings, all Sizes. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 



Bach, Adam, bartender, r. 124 Fourth 
Bach Alfred, salesman Charles Bach, r. 1583 Folaom 
Bach Andrew, laborer, r. 1128 Mission 
Barh Catherine, widow, r. 1322 Kearny, rear 
Bach Charles, prop Pioneer and Union Malt Houses 
and importer and jobber, hops, corks and brew- 
ers material, etc., 537-539 Sacramento, r, 1583 
Folsom 
Bach Enill E., tailor, r. 16111^ Dupnnt 
Bach Ferdinand, cabiuetmkr, r. 18 Garden 
Bach Ferdinand, seaman, r. 735 Harrison 
Buch Frederick W., bkkpr. r. HUH Pacific 
Bach tieorge, porter, r. 515 Sacramento 
Bach Henry (Henry Bach & Co.) r. 2 Hartford 
Bach Henry, barber, r. 815 Filbert 
Bach Henry h Co. (Henry and Oscar H. Bach) 

liquors, 402 Ca.'itro 
Bach Henry C, bkkpr Bach, Meese & Co., r. 2022 

Mission 
Bach John (Bach, Meese i Co.) r. 2022 Mission 
Bach John L., bookbinder, r. 2022 Mission 

BACH, MEESE & GO. .^^n 

Bacli i.nd Fraiilt H. Elclcenrotli) ^vliole- 
sale Avines and liquors and proprietors 
celebrated Botanic Bitters, 331 Mont- 
gomery- 
Bach Oscar H (Henry Bach & Co.) r. 938, 17th 
Bach William F., lithographer, r. 2022 Mission 
Bache Cl;arle9 L., chemist 213 Sansome, r. 19 Moss 
Baclieldar Alva H., mgr Holt Bros. Co. 30-32 Main, r. 

Oakland 
Bachelder Frank O., salesman, r. 1710 Pacific Av 
Bachelder Frederick H., watchman U. S. Mint, r. 847 

Capp 
Bachelder Horace W., stenographer, r. 3027 California 
Bacbelder James W., weigher, r. 22 Whitney 
Bachelder Willard J., teacher music, r. 706 Taylor 
8^"Bachelder. See Batchelder 
Bacher Charles, janitor, r. 172 Minna 
Bacher Charles S., butcher, SE cor Clay and Taylor, 

r. 1135 Clay 
Bacher John, liquors, NW cor 16th and Railroad Avs, 

South S. F. 
B^" Bacher. See Backer, Baker and Becker 
Bacheras Marine, cook, Palace Hotel 
Bachert August, salesman Nathan Dohrmann k Co., r. 

331 Kearny 
Bachia Anthony N., solicitor, r. 2515 McAllister 
Bachle Charles T., carpenter, r. 1136 M Stevenson 
Bachle William, cigar mfr, 423 Washington, r. Inter- 
national Hotel 
Bachman Albert, longshoreman, r. 2 Natoma 
Bachman Arthur, salesman Esberg, Bachman k Co., 

r. 1509 Gough 
Bachman Brothers (Herman S., Nathan S. and Leo- 
pold S.) importers foreign and domestic dry 
goods, 10-12 Battery, New York office 66-68 Worth 
Bachman D., r. Hotel Richelieu 
Bachman Felix, r. 1508 Post 
Bachman Herman S. (Bachman Brothers) r. Palace 

Hotel 
Bachman J. C, carpenter, r. 718 Valencia 
Bachman Lawrence N., elk, r. 1716 Van Ness Av 
Bachmaji Leopold, r. 2434 Jackson 
Bachman Leopold S. (Bachman Bros.), r. 619 Leaven- 

worth 
Bachman Nathan 3. (Bachman Bros.), r. 1716 Van 

Ness Av 
Bachman Samuel, manager M. J . Seely, r. 940 Howard 
Bachman Samuel N., salesman Bachman Bros., r. 

1716 Van Ness Av 
Bachman Simon (Esberg, Bachman k Co. and E-sberg- 

Bachman Leaf Tobacco Co.), r. 1509 Gough 
Bachman Walter N., bkkpr Bachman Bros., r. 1716 

Van Ness Av 
Bachmann Adolph, confectioner, 913 Florida 



BACHMANN EMIL, teacUer 
zitlier and bow zither, 6 iO Sutter 

Bachmiam Jacoli, hard